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Bilal Maqsood demand to revive the music industry.

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Famous Musician and singer Bilal Maqsood also demand from the Prime Minister to revive the music industry.

Bilal Maqsood:

Bilal Maqsood is a member of Strings. A very popular Pakistani pop band. He has also direct a number of music videos. For Bilal and his band Strings, success came in 1992. After the launch of the song Sar Kiye Yeh Pahar, the song was an instant hit and so was Strings. Strings made its entry into the Bollywood music scene in 2006.

He is the son of Pakistani popular writer, actor, TV artist, and TV host and comedian Anwar Maqsood.

Bilal Maqsood demand for revival of music industry:

Bilal Maqsood has said that the Prime Minister should play his role in revival of cinema industry as well as music industry.

Popular pop band Strings singer and musician Bilal Maqsood. He says that while reading the newspaper that Prime Minister. Imran Khan during a meeting has given instructions for the revival of cinema in the country. It is a good thing. But it should also be mention. For a musician, what is in this country and what is our importance?

Bilal Maqsood said that if this is the perception of the government about us. Then tell me but I do not think that Imran Khan has such thinking. Because he has connections with great musicians in the world. So we should be provided such platforms. From where the mindset of the people about musicians changes and musicians do not have to step anywhere in fear.

Musician Bilal Maqsood said that we face animosity everywhere. Whether it is social media or a concert. So if we continue with the same mentality, music will disappear from Pakistan.

It may be recall that a few days ago. Prime Minister Imran Khan in a meeting had directed the concerned ministries. To make efforts for the immediate revival of the film industry in the country. During the meeting, the Prime Minister emphasize on improving Pakistan’s film industry by producing high quality local content.

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