Yes, you heard it right! A case has been registered against singer Bilal Saeed and actress Saba Qamar for filming a song Qubool in Lahore’s Wazir Khan Mosque. The FIR has been registered under Section 295 of the Pakistan legal code , i.e. deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs.
Soon after a clip of Qamar and Saeed allegedly dancing within the mosque surfaced on social media, it stirred a debate. including playing music, dancing is strictly prohibited during a mosque, the clip deeply hurt the emotions of Muslims. because the short video clip went viral, both the celebrities came under attack for a sequence shot at the mosque.
We were all pretty excited to listen to the news of the award-winning actress collaborating with singer Saeed. However, things turned ugly before the discharge of the song. it’s been sad to ascertain both the celebs negligent enough to shoot a music video inside the historic mosque.
An FIR lodged last Thursday against both the celebs over their controversial draw a bead on the newest music video Qubool. A case has been registered in Akbari police headquarters of Lahore on the complaint of advocate Farhat Manzoor Khan. He had earlier filed a petition on August 10 to file a case against the artists.
The FIR also involves stern action against the mosque administration and endowment department officials.
In addition, the filming of scenes for filming songs within the mosque has hurt religious sentiments. FIR against actress Qamar and Saeed charges with violating the sanctity of the mosque. Earlier, Advocate Liaquat Gabol in Karachi had filed a petition against the actors, director, et al. within the district and sessions court.
s the hearing resumed yesterday, the police submitted a report. It said that a politician inquiry was launched against officials of the Auqaf Department after suspending them. The court also put within the picture that Zonal Auqaf administrator requested for proceeding against Qamar et al. responsible.