Pakistan Idol Week 17 – Eighth Elimination!

Wallah! The first thing I said when I started watching the episode was OH MY GOD & that is because of Bushra Ansari. ENOUGH SAID!

Moving onto the eliminations. Another surprise was revealed that from now on the danger zone would consist of 2 contestants instead of three, so that means more pressure on the contestants & their supporters. I’m definitely sad at the elimination because I certainly wanted one from a couple of others to get eliminated but nevermind.

The first duo that came in for their result for was of Rosemary & Abdul Rafay Khan. By listening to Mohib’s revision, it seemed that Rosemary also got picked on some of the weak points in her performance but yes hers must’ve been a tinsy bit better than Abdul Rafay Khan because she was safe obviously & well deservingly.

The second duo that got it’s results was of Kashif Ali & Zamad Baig. One is Kailash Kher the other is Rafat Fateh Ali Khan so yes, we lack versatility from them & for this reason one of them went to the danger zone which was Zamad Baig.

The last & the third duo that faced the results was of Ali Asad Zaidi & Mohammad Shoaib. It was the best moment of the whole episode to see both of them being safe.

Then it was a time for the segment which was dedicated to Zamad Baig & his family. It was sweet to see him meet his parents after 3 good months. Happy times for Zamad Baig. I think by this time it became a little too obvious as to who’d be going home.

It was now the time for the final announcement regarding Zamad Baig & Abdul Rafay Khan. Yes, it was Zamad Baig who was safe leaving Abdul Rafay Khan behind & eventually eliminated.

Obviously the judges felt sad with the fact that his journey ended & they had some really nice things to say about him. I think Hadiqa Kiyani certainly has a role to play in his elimination because yes, it goes back to the song that was allotted to him.

Anyways, I wish him all the luck, success for his bright future because he certainly has a long way to go. Share your opinions about the elimination tonight.

Keep Supporting,
Cheers,
Zahra Mirza.

Zahra Mirza

Zahra Mirza got associated with Reviewit.pk in 2012. After moving to Australia, Pakistani content was a way of staying connected to the roots, language & Pakistani culture because it felt home. Eight years ago, review writing began as a hobby but has now turned into a passion.

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