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The PSL anthem has got another critique as Firdous Ashiq Awan, special assistant to the Prime minister on information and broadcasting, believes that the melody could have been even better.
She says Naseebo Lal is our pride and could have been presented as the voice of the nation. Firdous was spotted speaking to Geo News on the PSL anthem, where she opened her thoughts just like others on the PSL anthem.
Firdous Ashiq Awan highly disappointed with the PSL anthem
“It could have been improved further”, she said. “Naseebo Lal is our ‘laal’ [beloved] and Lal should have been presented as a jewel and voice of the nation.”
However, she has not gone too far and criticized it as being within a limit. PSL 20201 anthem has witnessed many such critiques who have crushed the new song under their horrible sense of humor.
The majority of the people have disliked it. One can mention Shoaib Akhtar as a prominent example. The former player is even trending on Twitter after he badly has criticized the anthem, saying ‘ITNA BURA GANAA?’
He has humorously credited the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for coming up with a ‘nonsense’ song. Shoaib also termed the Young Stunners as ‘Rangeen Rapper.’
He says that he would have sung the better version of the song, and Groove Mera is the worst one in PSL songs’ history. Analyzing the tune, Shoaib believes it rises somewhere and is a classic in some places.
Notably, the song will be heard in the National and Gadaffi Stadiums by 20th February as the current title defenders Karachi Kings, and Quetta Gladiators will lock horns with each other at NSK in Match 1.
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