Eid with Indian stars

14 Comments so far

  1. ameerhamza on September 18th, 2008 @ 11:39 pm

    When parents wile away their time watching Indian soaps instead of praying Taraweehs and when Muslims, instead of watching good programs watch stupid Indian movies along with their children, then the only thing their kids can do is discuss Indian stars and buy their cards on Eid day. For one, Pakistaniat looks dead. And this is a photograph which is as much disturbing as a photograph can be. Secondly, it clearly resonates with an idea that Muslims need a serious awakening from this disastrous leap into hell.

  2. Ali (retroguy02) on September 19th, 2008 @ 12:16 am

    ^^ Well, no one is asking you to watch Indian soap opera or movies – there is no coercion in religion. And as far as your "disastrous leap into hell" is concerned, consider rape and murder in our city and society, both overwhelmingly dominated by Muslims. A recent Daily Times article put rape at 100 per day in Karachi city alone; the article was recently posted on this blog as well. If I’m not wrong, I think that these things are far more convenient one-way tickets to hell than Indian soap operas, movies, or even pornography for that matter.

  3. wkhang on September 19th, 2008 @ 5:15 am


    Ha ha ha, I hate so say this, this cable is becoming a virus for us, indians are every where so they are in the cable, teaching us how to kiss, how to F**K, how to make girl friends, how to do dance, Promotion of non Pakistany Culture….

  4. wkhang on September 19th, 2008 @ 5:17 am

    Please stop this, save your youth from MasterB****G.

  5. maha (mahasyed) on September 19th, 2008 @ 8:04 am

    As eid is approching fast, these stupid eid cards can be spotted very easily, so this is a nice topic to be brought under consideration.
    I think parents are heavily responsible for all this, i can’t get one thing, why does parents allow their kids to watch unlimited TV, why don’t they develop reading habit in them so that kids can become fans of writers rather than these film stars. But the reality is that most of the parents don’t even hav reading habit themselves so how can they???? In my view the solution is to conduct seminars in which parents should be given basic awareness and help them bringing up their kids as responsible citizens of the society! And these seminars should be conducted for all classes of society.

  6. human01 on September 19th, 2008 @ 10:20 am

    Ever heard of the phrase "Bunder key Haath Naryal", that’s literally suits us. We got the cable & satellite & the whole nine yards & so we got access to western & Indian entertainment. Now I am not sure about India but in the rest of the world, there is a thing called PG rating that allows viewers to know the content of the movie/drama or any theatrical piece so that they can judge weather the program is suitable for kids or not. Ironically, like the rest of the things, we don’t care. We used to have pretty extreme (some cases, over active) censorship for our TV programs and Films, which we got rid off & now got to another extreme. I believe Ultimate Ignorance & Illiteracy is the Key to all problems. It is the root of all evil. Unless there is true education, we are doomed. May Allah Subhano Tala help us all….Amin

  7. khaled on September 19th, 2008 @ 2:24 pm

    @ ameerhamza
    how many Taraweehs you offered till date ?

  8. wkhang on September 19th, 2008 @ 4:07 pm

    Agreed with Human01…

  9. wkhang on September 19th, 2008 @ 4:26 pm
  10. saadshah on September 19th, 2008 @ 11:56 pm

    look beyond the images on the post cards..
    look at the interest in the children.. thy’re huntin the best cards to write their wel wishes to their friends.. so wht if thy’re indian stars on the cards?!?!? were we not all indians once upon a time??
    stop this hatred for a country, which has people just like us… who speak more or less the same language and dress like us…

  11. aflatoon on September 20th, 2008 @ 12:52 am


    and its the same friendly country who cut Pakistan into half and now is positioning its army in Afghanistan.

    you guys are naive or are trying to pretend naive.

    These indian movies are porn for the family. They give you a slow dose of behayai and you don’t realize that after some time half naked ladies seem norm to you.

    Wakeup, before the tide gets over our heads.

  12. wkhang on September 20th, 2008 @ 2:48 pm

    @ aflatoon,

    Agreed with you !!

    @ saadshah,

    We are not near by you, we dont want be look like you, we just cant become a biggest country of AIDS,(INDIA) just like you people.

    We know very well what the RAW is doing in Bolochistan, Northern Areas and near the boarder of Afhan…

    Dude we are not dumb okay… we just wait and see what our target is searching, when the time come we will show you ………

  13. saadshah on September 20th, 2008 @ 3:42 pm

    dude.. show me wht?? im sittin in karachi.. thrs no cross border exchnge of words here!!! who needs enemies in this country whn we have AZ as a leader of this country!! n also ur talkin bout aids! u urself live in a city which has bout a 100 women raped in a day!! *tsk tsk!

  14. wkhang on September 24th, 2008 @ 2:08 pm

    Yeah 100, not ten thousand a day : \….

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