Writer/ Philosopher Farnood Alam Explains Why Singers In Pakistan Join Tableeghi Jamat Starts A New Debate
According to Farnood singers in Pakistan unable buy a house in Pakistan due to their profession so join preaching groups to get social approval. He also said that many singer take selfie with Moulana just to wash their sins and to please the society.
Writer Farnood Alam is journalist , teacher and philosopher who give opinions about different social issues. Farnnod spotted at different marches as a participant. He give speeches in seminars based on social issues. He has serve tribune and Dawn as writer. Recently he was invited at a podcast where he share his opinions that why singer and musicians join preaching camps and started a new debate. He explains why celebrities join religious groups , his 2 cents on these issues create a mess and fans share their disappointment after knowing his views. Imran Noshad Khan host the podcast.
Writer Farnood Alam explores the reasons why musicians in Pakistan join the religious preaching campaign “Tabligh.” According to Farnood, artists in Pakistan seek social approval, and he notes that these singers perform a naat every year and take photos with Tariq Jamil. Farnood suggests that for these artists, Tariq Jamil is considered a means to cleanse sins, and an annual picture with the Kaaba becomes a significant act for social approval. For more insights, refer to the video.
Undoubtedly, the entertainment sector appears idyllic; it encompasses a way of life that many people aspire to and value. But some artists—often at the height of their careers—have chosen their spiritual enlightenment over the gloss and glamour.
Anum Fayyaz, who gained recognition for her roles in numerous hit dramas including Yeh Chahatein Yeh Shiddatein and Beqadar, recently declared that she was leaving the entertainment industry to convert to Islam. Actress Zarnish Khan also announce her distance from showbiz. Numerous well-known people have followed this route over the years. The following is a list of musicians who, for religious reasons, decided to renounce their splendour and popularity.