A combo image shows Bilal and his brother involved in a fist-fight.
Gulf Today Report
A video of renowned Pakistani singer Bilal Saeed fighting with his brother and attacking a girl has gone viral on social media.
In the footage, now making the rounds on Facebook and Twitter, Bilal Saeed can be seen in intense anger fighting with his brother and punching and kicking a girl in the presence of police officials.
On Thursday, Bilal Saeed wrote on Twitter, “Every human has the right to live with dignity and security, regardless of gender. I am a believer of peace, however I also believe in establishing boundaries when that peace is repeatedly compromised by another, regardless of gender.
“When the safety and dignity of a person is violated and jeopardized over and over again, he unfortunately is left with no option but to react.”
Last year, an FIR was lodged against actress Saba Qamar and Bilal Saeed in Lahore for shooting a music video inside a mosque.
Apologising to his fans, Bilal Saeed took to Instagram to clear out the misunderstanding on behalf of the entire team.
"I had never imagined my name would be associated with something like this. As a Muslim, I am extremely regretful of this and apologise on behalf of all of us, including Saba and our entire team."
In the video, the two are seen moving in a "Nikkah" sequence in the mosque. The act has flared up many, who believe that filming a song in a mosque hurts the religious sentiments of Muslims at large.
Advocate Farhat Manzoor had filed a complaint with the Akbari police station in Lahore, which later lodged an FIR against Bilal Saeed and Saba Qamar.
In the police report, it has been maintained that filming the music video at the mosque has hurt the religious feelings of the public, who demanded immediate and stern action against the mosque administration along with the singer and the actress.
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