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Social Activist Pandit Rao Takes A Dig At Harjit Harman For Singing ‘Sharaab’ Song In Karan Aujla's 'Bacdafucup'!




By: Krishma | July 29, 2021

Social activist Pandit Rao who is often seen raising his voice against the Punjabi songs glorifying violence, weapons, alcohol and not abiding by the rules has once again taken a dig at the veteran singer Harjit Harman who is collaborating with Karan Aujla in his album ‘Bacdafucup’.

So, let us tell you, the veteran singer will be singing a song titled ‘Sharaab’ in the album. Therefore, opposing his choice of song, Pandit Rao reached outside veteran singer’s house carrying banner criticizing him and holding a banner which states that Harjit is a dignified artist and he should refrain from collaborating with Karan Aujla. In one of the photographs shared, the assistant professor is seen tired and frustrated as he is sitting outside the veteran singer’s house. Also Read : Social Activist Pandit Rao Filed A Complaint Against Sidhu Moosewala And Sub-Inspector Turned Model Harshjot Kaur

 
 
 
 
 
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Neither Karan nor Harjit has reacted as of now to the social activist. Infact, the song for which the singer is being criticised is not released yet. As a matter of fact, Karan has posted a video on his Instagram account where he said that his entire album will be out soon and will come live for the same in a couple of days. May be we can expect a reaction on the raised concern in the live session. Let's see! Also Read : Popular Singer Sippy Gill Gets Notified By Animal Welfare Board Of India- Details Inside!

Well, it’s been a long time that the social activist is indulged in his own kind of fight against such songs. Recently, upon his complaint singer Sippy Gill was also issued a show cause notice by Animal Welfare Board of India for using animals in his songs without taking a No Objection Certificate (NOC).  



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