Atif Aslam, who has been a singing sensation in Bollywood, and lent his voice for some amazing tracks like 'Tera Hone Laga Hoon' from the 2009 film "Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani", starring Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif is now facing the wrath of people digitally.
Film critic, Omair Alavi said people need to remember that Bollywood films and dramas are shown openly in Pakistan in cinemas and on television channels as art, film or music has no boundaries.
"Don't Pakistanis go to watch Indian films? Are not Indian dramas a regular on our channels?," he questioned.In his defense, the actor shared his feelings on Instagram.
Atif's act has prompted many of his fans back home to question his patriotism and also hit out at him.
A Twitter user who uses the handle @sakhwa wrote, "Zero respect for Atif Aslam!"
Another user with @Pakistani09 handle tweeted calling for a boycott of the singer. "Boycott Atif Aslam @itsaadee Ap Ne Dil Tor diya #boycottAtifAslam #AtifAslam." However, many like vocalist
Shafqat Amanat Ali, who has also lent his voice to some Indian songs, defended Atif. "I stand in support of Atif Aslam for singing his songs at the parade. Music is not Indian or Pakistani. It's just music. Singers are synonymous with their songs which are loved equally by fans from every country," Amanat said.