Sahir Ali Bagga calls Rahat Fateh Ali Khan a ‘Hypocrite’

In a recent occurance, Sahir Ali Bagga took to his social media, penning down his thoughts on Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.

Sahir Ali Bagga calls Rahat Fateh Ali Khan a 'Hypocrite' - F

“Bagga is just jealous of him.”

Sahir Ali Bagga stands as a towering figure in the Pakistani music industry, renowned for his musical prowess and prolific contributions.

Among his noteworthy collaborations is his partnership with the renowned ghazal singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.

Over the years, Sahir Ali Bagga has composed many hit songs for Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, contributing to his illustrious career.

However, recent developments suggest a strain in their relationship, as Sahir Ali Bagga has openly criticised his once close friend.

In a recent social media post, Sahir Ali Bagga expressed his grievances against Rahat Fateh Ali Khan in no uncertain terms.

He accused Rahat of being hypocritical.

The scathing post read: “Rahat Fateh Ali Khan is the biggest hypocrite and a brutal person – Khuda ki lanat ho munafiq pe.

“Rahat Fateh — Khan Darinda sift hone kay sath MUNAFIQ bhi hai.”

This translates to: “May God’s curse be upon the hypocrite Rahat Fateh Ali Khan — a beast, who in addition to being a brute, is also a hypocrite.”

The public denouncement by Sahir Ali Bagga has stirred a significant response within the industry and among fans.

It has sparked discussions about the nature of their relationship and the underlying reasons for the fallout.

While specific details regarding the rift remain undisclosed, Sahir Ali Bagga’s candid expression of disillusionment suggests deep-seated grievances.

Some people suggest that it is because Rahat Fateh Ali Khan was awarded Tamgha-e-Imtiaz.

A user wrote: “Maybe Bagga wanted the award for himself. This might be out of jealousy.”

Another said: “Bagga is just jealous of him.”

Ali Zafar reacted to Bagga’s statement and said:

“Dear brother Sahir Ali Bagga, I would request you to kindly maintain the spirit of Ramzan as you mentioned in your post earlier that mentioned, ‘Guard our tongue, not judge others.’

“We are all flawed in our own way, may Allah show us the light and may peace be upon us all. Ameen.

Others suggested that Bagga’s statement was linked to the ‘Dam wala Paani’ incident.

A comment stated: “We all think that after the brutal beating of that young man, Rahat Fateh Ali does not really deserve to be given Tamgha-e-Imtiaz.”

Sahir Ali Bagga has now deleted his post upon request of Ali Zafar. Bagga wrote:

“Thanks Ali Zafar. I apologise for revealing any truth about someone during Ramadan. I am now deleting the post.”



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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