Natasha Noorani says ‘Faltu Pyaar’ is for all the girls settling for mediocre boys

Shanzay Salman

Shanzay Salman

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As the hit single ‘Faltu Pyaar’ trends at number 27 in Pakistani music, Natasha Noorani talks about what the song lyrics mean to her and the creative process behind creating it!

Chatting with Spotify Pakistanthe singer dedicated the song to “all the girls settling for mediocre boys. Its just not worth it. Don’t do it.”


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Natasha further shared “The lyrics are just a fun take on a breakup situation where the girl has just had enough. And it’s just over. And its a really fun kind of space to explore female agency in that situation. So the lyrics are just a very fun take on that situation.”

The song ‘Faltu Pyaar’ is a collaborative venture between  Hassan Raheem, Talal Qureshi and Natasha Noorani! All three musicians have built a name for themselves among the Gen-Z.  Karachi based record producer Talal Qureshi has many hits to his credit and recently also got featured in Disney+ production Ms. Marvel. Hassan Raheem has delivered hits such as ‘Peechay Hutt’ , ‘Joona’ and ‘Aisay Kaisay’. And likewise, Natasha has also won fans over with many of her songs including ‘Choro’ and ‘Trace’.