Ali Gul Pir told Why I make the song against women Strayers
KARACHI: Singer Ali Gul Pir has said on Ahsan Khan's show that he created the song "Taroo Maroo" to highlight the problems of women leaving home for work.
By the way, Ali Gul Pir is one of Pakistan's most accomplished celebrities, and he is often seen mocking other artists on his social media accounts. But in fact, Ali Gul Pir is a man with a painful heart who knows the problems of women.
Recently Ali Gul Pir joined the show of Ahsan Khan where he talked about issues of women when they going outside and going to work. Ali Gul Pir said that at the time of his parents' divorce, he was very young and lived with his mother. When we came to Karachi, I used to travel on buses and I used to go everywhere with my mother and everyone was staring at my mother.
Ali said I was born in Islamabad and lived in Canada for 6 years but I had not seen it all so I was not aware of these things. I was growing up and wanted to protect my mother from the people who stared at them and that's why I was staring at the people who stared at my mom.
Ali Gul Pir added that when I was a little older, I realized that besides Amy, the other women who leave the house to work and travel on daily buses, the school-going girls accompany them. Everyone happens daily.
That was why Ali Gul Pir released this song to bring people's attention to the problems of women travelling in buses, to distract women and to identify those who are staring at them.