Controversy erupted after popular Pashto singer Gul Panra recording PSL final song at the University of Peshawar

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Controversy erupted after popular Pashto singer Gul Panra recording PSL final song at the University of Peshawar
Controversy erupted after popular Pashto singer Gul Panra recording PSL final song at the University of Peshawar
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The University of Peshawar was closed on Valentine’s Day on a strange pretext, but the actual matter turned out to be facilitating popular singer Gul Panra to record songs at the main academic blocks of the institution, The News reported.

An academician told the publication that if the university had been open, she wouldn’t have been able to do the recordings.

However, Numan Khan, the institution’s spokesperson, dismissed rumors that the university had been closed for the recording of the song.

He stated that after receiving notification of the university’s closure the day before, the PSL organizers approached them about recording a song for the final match. The team was allowed to record after receiving permission from the deputy commissioner’s office.

The letter issued by the DC office states: “Shamsher Ali Khan, SK films, Lahore is allowed to hold the event recording of video shoot regarding the PSL final match from February 13 to 18 — at Islamia College, the University of Peshawar, cafes of Peshawar and the walled city.”

The recordings took place on Sunday and Monday, according to Numan, and had nothing to do with the holiday. The break was intended to provide a long weekend to university employees who had been busy planning events for Kashmir Day.

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