Singer Aima Noor-ul Ain Baig is from Pakistan. She gained notoriety for her 2015–2017 performances on the program Mazaaq Raat. She first became well-known for her songs in Lahore Se Aagey, and she continued to become well-known for her roles on numerous soundtracks and in Coke Studio. Recently, Aima Baig, got upset with Pak Fest organizers because they are accused of using her name without her consent to promote the festival, which will be held in Lahore from March 10 to 12.

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Nine vocalists performed during the event, including Ali Zafar, Kaifi Khalil, and Bilal Saeed. The complaints made by Baig appear to be going unanswered because the organizers haven’t responded to them yet. The event was held in Lahore at the Khayaban-e-Amin Cricket Stadium. Baig even uploaded an Instagram story on Sunday when she talked about the disappointment she and her fans experienced.

She even apologized to all those who bought tickets to see her. She wrote in her story, “I regret to participate in the Pak Fest Lahore and instead of removing my name from the participation, the organizers were making money (using) my name. they were misleading fans and people who were buying tickets to see me at the concert. We have not received any communication or explanation from Pak Fest Lahore’s end which has cost undue stress and inconvenienced me.”

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The singer requested that the accuser face harsh consequences. At the same event in the past, Hasan Raheem and Asim Azhar encountered comparable difficulties. Why do event organizers do this every time? And how long will this go on for?

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