Natasha Noorani dedicates ‘Faltu Pyar’ to all women settling for mediocre boys

Natasha Noorani dedicates ‘Faltu Pyar’ to all women settling for mediocre boys

The singer talked about the creative process and said there was synergy between her, Talal Qureshi and Hasan Raheem.
05 Jul, 2022

Natasha Noorani recently dropped ‘Faltu Pyar’ and the catchy single was instant ear-candy. The singer went behind the scenes to talk about how the song came about and dedicated it to all women settling for less, telling them it’s not worth it.

On Tuesday, Spotify Pakistan shared a clip of Noorani talking about her latest song in collaboration with Hasan Raheem and Talal Qureshi.

“Pro-tip: If you’re tired of your situationship, we have a song for you,” they captioned the video.

The ‘Choro’ singer said the singers had great chemistry right off the bat. “The creative process was really fun because Talal, Hasan and I just got into a room and decided to make lots of music. And we were just kind of riffing off each other — Hasan was coming up with guitar parts, I was coming up with synth parts and Talal was doing what Talal does best which is make killer beats and so it was just a lot of synergy that was really really fun.”

Noorani said the lyrics are “a fun take” on a breakup situation where the girl has simply had enough and the relationship is over. “It’s a really fun kind of space to explore female agency in that situation. So the lyrics are a fun take on that,” she added.

The ‘Trace’ singer concluded by dedicating the song to “all the young women who are settling for mediocre boys — it’s not worth it, don’t do it,” she said.

‘Faltu Pyar’ was released on June 12 and features Raheem and Noorani’s vocals with a reggaeton-ish beat and latin guitar samples. The song won over fans early on and garnered a great response.


M. Saeed Jul 05, 2022 06:20pm
If it is real faltu, than it is merely a time wast and nothing.
Realistic Jul 05, 2022 06:56pm
I think it goes both ways, perhaps girls more than boys. However, splitting up is due to silly reasons, mostly due to misunderstandings and non-acceptance of their own shortcomings by women. As for men, their reasons for splitting range from absurd to illogical or their physical needs due to biological imperfections.
Salman Jul 05, 2022 07:29pm
Mediocre boys or girls. Everyone is a baggage these days if they are not doing anything with their lives means feeding off of someone else hard earned money.
badmash Jul 05, 2022 07:46pm
Bashing an entire gender and assuming that women are superior and, thus, "deserve" better? Extremely sexist.
Sab Se Pehle Pakistan Jul 05, 2022 08:01pm
Pathetic is the word. Who are these losers anyways. Long gone the days when we use to have real talent and celebrities in our country.
Abid Khattak Jul 05, 2022 09:22pm
And I thought she is creative. Just wondering where are we heading with this. It can easily be said the other way around too, "boys! don't settle for mediocre girls" and then what ? Gen Z is destroyed!
Amjad shoaib Jul 05, 2022 10:08pm
What if we reverse it. Would That be acceptable? Boys dont settle for gold diggers? Would this be ok. So easy to make fu of males
zaya Jul 06, 2022 06:33am
Dont settle on Faltu girls like Natasha, she is average, plenty Faltu singing.
H Jul 06, 2022 08:22am
Faltu kaam
Emp Jul 06, 2022 10:47am
Ah the ones who fit no where. Not in Pakistan , not outside Pakistan. I’m sorry but this woman is mediocre.