OMG! Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Gets Brutally TROLLED Over His Viral DRUNK Video, Netizen Says, ‘Ziada Hi Pee Li, Shame On Him’

An old drunk video of popular Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan goes viral and it has raised many eyebrows on social media!

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OMG! Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Gets Brutally TROLLED Over His Viral DRUNK Video, Netizen Says, ‘Ziada Hi Pee Li, Shame On Him’
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, the talented Pakistani classical singer, has many hits and iconic songs to his credit. Rahat, the nephew of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, is immensely popular both in Pakistan as well as India. Rahat, who often makes headlines for his soulful tracks and amazing performances, has raised many eyebrows over his old drunk video that has gone viral on social media. On the occasion of the death anniversary of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, an old drunk video of Rahat hit the internet.

Several netizens are badly trolling the singer for the same. In the clip, the 'Ajj Din Chadheya' hit-maker could be seen with his friend, talking to the camera. Rahat was repeating the words spoken by the men standing beside him. He addressed the man as Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and called him his ‘jaan.’ Soon after the video surfaced online, fans said Rahat is fully drunk and that whosoever uploaded his drunken video wanted to tarnish his reputation and name in the public. Several netizens have also criticized the Pakistani singer for consuming alcohol in high quantities. One user reacted, “he is high on alcohol as usual.” Another netizen said, “Ziada hi pee li , shame on him.” ALSO READ: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan reveals the Bollywood actor his voice suits the best


Meanwhile, on the 25th death anniversary of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Rahat penned a heartfelt note for him and said he had touched countless lives in his lifetime and even after his death, Nusrat lives through his music and family legacy.

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, known as the King of Qawwali passed away at the age of 48 due to sudden cardiac arrest on August 16, 1997. He also suffered from liver and kidney issues.


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