In her latest tweet, Jemima Goldsmith has asked people to share with her the suggestion for the contemporary Pakistani wedding pop songs.
The excited Pakistani Twitter suggested various wedding songs to the former wife of PM Imran Khan. A user asked in the comments if she is marrying off her son. Jemima, however, did not reveal the reason why she was asking for the song. Pakistanis, however, came with interesting recommendations. Some recommended the trending song ‘Larsha Pekhawar Ta’ sung by Ali Zafar and Gul Panra.
Other recommended various upbeat songs from Coke Studio. Some even came up with old Punjabi songs like ‘Lathay Di Chadar’ and ‘Mundaya Dupatta Chad Mera’. A user even shared the classic song by Alamgir. Jemima frequently interacts with Pakistani Twitter and often gets an interesting response from the users.
Question for Pakistani Twitter: What is the best contemporary Pakistani pop song please that would play at a wedding?
— Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) October 20, 2021
However, sometimes things went unpleasant that forced Jemima Khan to either delete the tweet or turn off the comments.
She recently deleted her tweet following bizarre responses from Pakistani Twitter users. In a deleted tweet, Jemima Goldsmith had asked Pakistani social media users to help her find an English translation of the Qawwali ‘Athra Ishq Ni Saon Denda’ sung by maestro Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Soon her Twitter feed flooded with responses from Pakistani Twitter users.
One Twitter user said that the qawwali is currently in the Punjabi language and its English translation is not available yet. However, she must contact Prime Minister Imran Khan for the English translation of the Qawwali.
Lar sha Pekhawar ta!!!
— Ihtisham Ul Haq (@iihtishamm) October 20, 2021
Hello Queen of 💕 Lathay di chaddar is a must in the weddings..https://t.co/jDdy9rwqwz
— 𝔼𝕒𝕣𝕝𝕪 𝔹𝕚𝕣𝕕🇵🇰 (@KhaOmm) October 21, 2021
Another user said that PM Imran Khan will help her since both the former cricketer and singer respected each other. A Twitter user said that it is a very difficult task to translate the songs and Qawwalis of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan in English.
Later, Jemima Goldsmith deleted the tweet. She did not give the exact reason for deleting her tweet but it seems that bizarre suggestions from the Pakistani Twitter users offended her.