Jeevay Pakistan live show became a “Callous Act” and unkind at heart. Hitherto Amir Liaqat proved himself a numb host who does not have ethics to run the show on ethical grounds, the “Unfortunate Incident” had Soared the Hearts. He later issues an apology, AS USUAL, he should have better hold on his words and timely think before uttering a word. Aamir Liaquat Made Public Apology From Adnan Siddiqui For Insensitive Joke on Irrfan Khan.
Adnan Siddiqui was invited in the show and with him, the host made a distasteful joke. Though Siddiqui was in a fair Relationship with the two Deceased Icons.
Here’s the video from the show where Amir Liaquat made insensitive joe about the death of Irrfan Khan and other Bollywood celebrities!
— The Newsflash (@The_Newsflash_) May 1, 2020
Adnan Siddique Got Angry at his Remarks about Irrfan Khan’s Death
Siddiqui later took to social media to release his statement where he shared how he felt about “this unfortunate incident.”
“The anchor Aamir Liaquat Sahab joked about something extremely sensitive. Not only were they both close to me but also as a human it was wrong on so many levels. I cannot even call it hitting below the belt. It was an extremely callous act to joke about the deceased. This is in very bad taste, not only does it show him and me but also the entire country in a bad light. I want to apologise to the families of Sridevi Sahiba and Irrfan Khan Sahab, their loved ones and fans. If you see my body language, I was extremely uncomfortable with what he said but I didn’t want to stoop to that level. I regret being on the show. I’ve learnt my lesson and I promise I will not tolerate such an act in future. I was hoping this bit wouldn’t become public but unfortunately, it has. I’m sorry.”
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Aamir Liaquat Made Public Apology From Adnan Siddiqui For Insensitive Joke on Irrfan Khan
“Sometimes you lose control over your words. What happens in a live show. At the time it didn’t seem like a big issue but when I later thought about, I realized that was not appropriate. So, I’m really sorry. Keeping humanity in mind, this should not have been saying. I made a mistake.”
I am sorry
Amir Liaquat pic.twitter.com/EdyscYv2TZ
— Aamir Liaquat Husain (@AamirLiaquat) May 2, 2020
Moral of the story, THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK!