Atif Aslam seeks repentance from God for controversial lyrics

Atif Aslam, renowned for numerous chart-topping hits, expressed in a recent interview that while he stands by most of his songs, he regrets certain verses. The superstar candidly disclosed that he has sought forgiveness from Allah for inadvertently singing inappropriate poetry. Clips from his interview have circulated widely on social media, garnering praise for his genuine introspection.

Atif Aslam stated, “If I have ever unintentionally sung any verses deemed blasphemous in the praise of Allah, upon realizing, I have sincerely apologized.” Reflecting on his principles, he emphasized his stance against wrongdoing and his earnest efforts to seek divine forgiveness.

Regarding his journey in the music industry, Atif Aslam remarked, “During our time, auto-tuner technology existed, but it has now become a crutch for aspiring artists who seek instant fame.” He continued, “In today’s era, the desire for quick fame outweighs the willingness to put in hard work.”

He further remarked, “Ephemeral fame is fleeting.” While Atif Aslam didn’t specify particular songs, he acknowledged past errors. Both Atif Aslam and Qawwali maestro Rahat Fateh Ali Khan have previously faced criticism on social media for certain compositions and lyrics.

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