‘Freedom of expression’, Noor Jehan’s granddaughter responds to Ali Azmat’s sexist remarks about her

Natasha took to her Instagram and posted a note where she praised the legendary singer and called out Ali Azmat for his derogatory remarks.

The famous Makeup artist and the granddaughter of the late singer Noor Jehan, Natasha Ali Lakhani, has responded to Ali Azmat’s degrading comments about her grandmother.

Natasha took to her Instagram and posted a note where she praised the legendary singer and called out Ali Azmat for his derogatory remarks.

She also shared some videos where celebrities, including actor Dilip Kumar and singer Lata Mangeshkar, were seen praising Malika-e-Tarannum Noor Jehan.

Natasha said, “Madam Noor Jehan is a name synonymous with greatness. A woman that did more for her country and her art than most can dream of doing in a lifetime. She received every accolade known to mankind &, while leaving us, was also rewarded in death to depart for Heavenly abode on the most blessed of days.”

Natasha recreates her grandmother look

“I got thousands of you today sending messages of how much you love her & that you want me to say something about what someone had to say about her. To that, I share one of my favorite quotes ‘What you say about me says more about you.’ When someone expresses an opinion breaking boundaries of respect & decorum, they show you that they lack common decency.”

She further went on to say, “Freedom of expression is qualified for a good reason. It should not be permitted to be used as means of indignation for others.”

“Let us take a moment to disagree with disgraceful utterances from an interview conducted with a now-faded representative of Pakistan’s music industry. Let us take a moment to recognize this person’s unregulated & greatly unjustified tenor & evident lack of intellectual coherence.”

“When explaining popular culture relevant to his generation, he (Ali Azmat) effortlessly stooped to an appalling low. Evidently unable to express himself while visually pleased with this demeaning ‘quality,’ he did not shudder for a month when discussing a legend, an icon, a muse of all things valued & endeared, a mother.”

Natasha concluded saying, “Noor Jehan is and will always be what this person can never attain. Grace, humility, courage, integrity, and above all, Immortality.” 

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