Asim Azhar asks buddy Asim Jofa to come to a distressed fan's rescue after a tailor ruined her sari

Published 05 Oct, 2021 05:03pm

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The singer's friend just happens to be one of the top fashion designers in Pakistan, and he was more than happy to lend a hand.

Singer Asim Azhar pulled some strings with a friend of his to help out a loyal fan in trouble. The friend in question just so happens to be one Pakistan's top fashion designers, and he was more than happy to offer his assistance.

The 'Jo Tu Na Mila' singer recently held a Q&A session on Twitter, asking his fans (endearingly called Asimates) to send him any questions they'd like him to answer.

Asimates asked all kinds of questions and shared many of their troubles, to which the singer eagerly responded with words of appreciation and support. For one particular fan though, he really went all out.

"My tailor has ruined my sari," the fan shared. "There is no one I can share my pain with. Everyone is feeling down themselves, who will listen to me. I feel like my world is falling apart. Suggest me something."

We totally get it. There is truly no distress like the one suffered when your tailor ruins your clothes, and that too a sari. Our grandmothers suffered it and so did our mothers. Of course, Azhar had to do his part to correct an injustice as old as time.

"Yaar I'm sorry that happened," Azhar replied. "I just spoke to my friend Asim Jofa for you and he will make you a happy girl. Send him your details!"

The singer replied back with proof. He attached a screenshot of the conversation with Jofa, asking him whether he can help a fan. "Absolutely bro," Jofa replied back.

You know someone's a true pal when they agree to fix your fan's sari.

The fan was over the moon at suddenly being connected to one of Pakistan's biggest fashion designers. "Omg I can't believe this," she tweeted. "Asim Azhar you're great!"

It's nice to see the singer has no qualms in helping Asimates out in whatever way he can. The fandom is truly in good hands.

We're pretty curious how Jofa will rescue that sari though. Will it be a simple stitch here and there? Or is there going to be some elaborate redesigning, worthy of being flaunted at fashion week?

Here's to hoping the fan soon spills the tea about the sari and her experience.

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