“It was a time when we embraced another culture and it later became a norm,” he added. Pakistani singer Ali Azmat was recently seen on Ahmed Pansota’s show, where he talked about art and culture in the country. During his talk on the subject, he also talked about the legendary icon Noorjahan and said that he hated this woman.
Commenting on how the art and culture industry has changed in recent years, she said she hated to see Madam Noorjahan on screen, wrapped in a saree with her ‘big earrings and extra make-up’. Were
Azmat made some very sarcastic, sexist and old-fashioned comments on the female icon, saying, “She was like flesh hair, she was an old woman at the time and we thought it was not necessary for us to see her.”
“It was a time when we embraced another culture and it later became a norm,” he added.
Talking about the cultural aspects and how art is understood around the world, Azmat said that American society is not very fond of thrills. He added that he is not one of those men who sticks out his tongue when he sees Madonna on screen.
I’m not a person if Madonna is appearing on screen and I keep my tongue out. It happens, and after a few minutes someone says shut it down or you’ll get a fly in your mouth.
Here is the clip of the interview: