The famous Pashto singer Gulpana was a guest in a concert of Yak TV.
She sang her various Pashto songs in the concert, but not a single Pashto word was spoken to her.
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Ghazal Inayat, a popular Dari singer, was also present at the concert.
The concert started with a Pashto song “Gulpana” and then came to the trilingual pioneer.
She introduced the concert singer and said that besides the petals, Ghazal Inayat is also involved in it.
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The bad thing about the concert was that Gulpana was called as a Pashtun singer, but from the beginning to the end not a word was said in Pashto.
Don’t get tired of the petals, Eid Mubarak and some other words were all in English and some in Urdu.
The reason was that the concert host knew the same languages and did not learn Pashto.
From this situation, it seems that the rose petals are not happy.
There were many reasons for her affected face, such as:
ـ Gulpana and many Khyber Pakhtunkhwa people and singers consider Afghanistan as their great home and Kabul as their dream city. Wouldn’t you be impressed with the feeling that a singer is coming to Kabul and the concert host is speaking to him in English and Urdu?
– Most of the people present in the concert hall also looked non-Pashtun. It is natural in such a situation, that the non-Pashtun singers present at the concert with the petals are more and the petals are less encouraged.
ټوله On the whole, Gulpana felt alienated in her big house and giving her that feeling was really a cruelty and a repetition of Punjabi behavior.
Why a concert on TV?
People may have criticized Gulpain for leaving Pashtun TV stations and coming to a concert.
But critics should not forget that Pashtun TVs do not give such privileges to Gulpaini or any other famous singer / songwriter, who bring them to their programs from far or near.
These TVs are accused of (Mim Zarma, all mine).
If they had nurtured their singers / singers properly, they would have gained more viewers, fame and status and would have really served the Pashto music and culture!