Bilal Saeed has apologized for the video recording of the song in Wazir Khan Mosque

Video recording of song in the mosque: Bilal Saeed apologizes



Lahore: (August 10, 2020) Singer Bilal Saeed has apologized for the video recording of the song in Wazir Khan Mosque and has announced not to include scenes filmed in the mosque in the video.

Releasing a video statement on his Twitter account, the singer said, "We realize that what has happened in the last few days has deeply hurt your feelings." We, as Muslims, as civilized people, and as artists, will never insult or disgrace Islam or any other religion, race, caste, color or creed.


He said in the video statement that the marriage scenes were filmed in the mosque but due to misunderstanding, it was understood that we played music in the mosque and violated its sanctity by dancing on it. "Alhamdulillah, I'm a Muslim and born in a Muslim family. I can't even think of such a thing," he said.


Bilal Saeed said that knowing God as the present spectator, I say that we did not play music or dance in the mosque. The management of the mosque there is also a witness to this. However, this misunderstanding was caused by a clip. We make mistakes unknowingly and we humans make mistakes. Me, Saba Qamar, and I all apologize to Allah Almighty.

He said that if we have unknowingly hurt someone's feelings, we sincerely apologize to you. The video statement issued should be considered as a sincere apology from me, Saba Qamar, and the rest of the team.


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