Parineeti Chopra Trolled for her take on a Farida Khanum Song

Parineeti Chopra recently shared a snippet from her concert on Instagram, performing the Farida Khanum classic ‘Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo’.

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"Who told her that she could sing?"

Parineeti Chopra, who recently made her foray into the realm of music, excitedly unveiled her singing debut in January 2024.

She had expressed her enthusiasm for simultaneously venturing into the world of music alongside her flourishing acting career.

The actress stirred a spectrum of reactions when she shared a video capturing her inaugural live singing performance on Instagram.

The showcased performance highlighted Parineeti’s vocal prowess. She delivered a rendition of Farida Khanum’s timeless classic, ‘Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo’.

Accompanying the video, Parineeti added a caption that read:

“My nana’s favourite song.”

However, despite the personal connection and emotional resonance that Parineeti conveyed, the online community responded with diverse opinions.

Some admirers praised her earnest effort and applauded her.

On the other hand, critical voices emerged, providing constructive feedback and commentary on aspects of her vocal delivery.

A user commented: “Autotune doesn’t work on stage.”

Another said: “Wow! Not even a single tune was hit.”

One wondered: “Who told her that she could sing?”

Another wrote: “I feel bad for the people who attended the concert.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Some people joked about her singing and left sarcastic responses under her video.

One user remarked: “This was my favourite song, not anymore.”

Another expressed: “Your voice is precious. Please keep it to yourself only.”

One commented: “Nana won’t forgive you for this.”

Another humorously added: “I have tears in my eyes after listening to this. But only because of ear pain.”

One said: “When you have money, but not voice.”

Many Pakistanis also expressed their disappointment in the video, claiming Parineeti Chopra had ruined their classic hit.

One user said:

“Successfully destroyed the pleasure of listening to this Pakistani song.”

A comment pleaded: “Please for the love of God stop ruining Pakistani classics.”

Another comment criticised: “First, she stole a Pakistani classic, and then disrespected it like this.”

Besides the hate and mockery, some people praised her singing skills and the sentiments attached to it.

A user said: “Your nana would have loved to hear you sing.”

Another one questioned: “She is so good, why are people hating?”

A comment praised: “Sounds great! Was a wonderful performance.”

Someone appreciated: “She sings with such sentiment.”

Parineeti Chopra’s concert marks a significant milestone in her artistic journey. She has embarked on a new and multifaceted chapter of self-expression.



Ayesha is a film and drama student who adores music, arts and fashion. Being highly ambitious, her motto for life is, "Even the Impossible spells I'm Possible"




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