Bilal Maqsood Suggestion About YouTube is Suitable

Artist Bilal Maqsood, who belongs to the Pakistani music industry, shared YouTube advice on social media, which was supported by all. Bilal Maqsood, a member of the popular Pakistani pop music band ‘Strings’, shared a photo, video sharing application on his Instagram account with a suggestion about Quranic surahs and verses with his fans, to which everyone agreed.

Bilal Maqsood wrote in a post that “in his opinion, advertisements should not run on YouTube between Quranic verses, surahs, and prayers.”

He further wrote, “Imagine that you are listening to the recitation of Surah Ar-Rahman and suddenly an advertisement of a lawn brand and oil brand starts in the middle, it is very rude.” Bilal Maqsood’s fans also commented on the message shared by him and justified his suggestion.

All of Bilal Maqsood’s followers said that he was right, they think so too. An Insta user commented that he thinks the same way and thanks to Allah that someone raised his voice.

Bilal Maqsood:

Bilal Maqsood is a member of Strings, a very popular Pakistani pop band. He has also directed a number of music videos. For Bilal and his band Strings, success came in 1992 after the launch of the song Sar Kiye Yeh Pahar, the song was an instant hit and so was Strings. Strings made its entry into the Bollywood music scene in 2006.

Personal life:

Bilal Maqsood is the son of Pakistani popular writer, actor, TV artist, and TV host and comedian Anwar Maqsood.

In quarantine, Bilal Maqsood’s Instagram is the wholesome content that keeps us going.

Whether it’s through unplugged versions of beloved classics, or fun jingles of forgotten advertisements, the singer has made sure we’re kept entertained.

Recently, the Mera Bichra Yar singer took to Instagram to give a sneak peak into his new song Ye Piyar Ka Roug Hai.


Prominent singer and lead vocalist of the Strings band Bilal Maqsood has shared that he is working on a new song.

Turning to Instagram, he shared the song lyrics and said it has been written by his father and playwright Anwar Maqsood.

The lyrics of ‘This is Pier’s disease’ are as follows:

Whatever happened, let it happen

It was a paper boat, let it flow

To walk like a lonely road

Ab Kia rakkha hai yaadon mein

Khamoshi ka khamoshi se kehna

Ab Kia rakkha hai baton mein

Ye aag hai, soug hai

Ye Piyar ka roug hai

Ye aag hai, soug hai

Ye Piyar ka roug hai

Earlier, Maqsood shared that he was diagnosed with coronavirus. Later, he told fans that he is doing well and is out of isolation.

The Strings band member said during an Instagram Q&A session that he started learning guitar at the age of 17.

He also said he would like to collaborate with Sting and Coldplay in future.


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