Abrar-ul-Haq Files Lawsuit Against Karan Johar. After voicing his complaints about Karan Johar using his song, Nach Punjaban, in his film JugJugg Jeeyo, Abrar-ul-Haq is now taking legal action.
One of famous singers and politicians of Pakistan, Abrar-ul-Haq has decided to host Ramzan transmission on A-plus with the show name “Mohabbat hai Ramzan”. After singing, acting and politics he is moving towards hosting. Along with Abrar-ul-haq, well-known religious scholar Junaid Iqbal will also be hosting the Ramzan transmission during the whole Holy month of Ramadan. Abrar-ul-haq will be a co-host. The transmission will be started on 1st of Ramadan and will be continued for the whole month of Ramadan. A-plus TV is Lahore based, but transmission of “Mohabbat hai Ramzan” will be live from Badar Banquet, Karachi.
The Punjabi singer filed a lawsuit in the United Kingdom through the British record label Moviebox Birmingham Limited, which claims rights over his 2002 hit Nach Punjaban. Despite receiving credits in the movie, the Pakistani singer is still going through with legal action against the Bollywood producer.
Screens have become an easy way to soothe children, and with everything life constitutes, we need all the help we can get as a parent. Back in the day, everyone would be involved in a baby’s life, no wonder they say it takes a village to raise a child.
Abrar-ul-Haq Files Lawsuit Against Karan Johar
Moviebox is yet to comment on the legal notice and recent developments. Despite being created by the 53-year-old singer, Moviebox is the source of on Spotify.