@fjehangir and mn6666: maya and her team decided to do their wedding week in a way that would benefit someone so they randomly picked a family from hundreds of submissions.. they had this campaign going on for two weeks..so underprivileged families submitted their names who didn't have enough finances to get their daughters married off...they short listed some names then randomly picked noreen's family.. samaatv then decided to take on the financial responsibility of her wedding..hope this answers your question:)
guys, i was wondering if you could all add your names to a list, congratulating noreen and ali for their wedding and of course maya and her team for doing such a wonderful job..i'm going to mail the list out to samaatv so they feel appreciated and encouraged.. such efforts should not be ignored and maybe by doing so, samaa and other channels will start helping out more people..if this is the least we can do to help out such families, i think we should..may Allah swt give privileged folks and media the encouragement they need to pursue such ideas..Ameen..
Here's my name to the list..
1. Hayzell: many blessings to noreen and ali's family..may Allah swt keep you both happy and together always..Ameen and congrats to maya and samaa for doing such a wonderful job..keep it up!
bohat hi saday loog ho app......woh apni publicity kar rahay hain ,khareeb loogon kay uper or app samajh rahay ho naik kam ho raha hai.....Do u ever know Balqeez Edhi arrange thousands of girls marriages every year but they don't publicize it.......bec naikee iss tarah karo kay bayeen hath ko pata na chalay kay daeeyan hath nay kia diya hai.
@rider: agreed with the comment about naiki shouldn't be publicized but you have to understand that Balqeez Edhi is not running a morning show...it is indeed commendable what she does but in the world of media, where morning shows are just superfluous, superficial junkies with lots of money to spare for frivolous activities, this morning show made an effort to do something that at least seems genuine..i don't want to doubt their intention but lets just say even if they did do this for ratings, it ended up doing lots of good to a family who couldn't have afforded such a wedding..so at the end, that family got the benefit..i just want to appreciate samaa for that so that such families benefit from the efforts..baqi, sub kay amaal sub ke saath aur neeyatoun ka haal Allah swt he jaanay..
pehlee baat to yeh hai kay kiss nay kaha hai kay marriage main itnay expenses karo....saba say tayar hoo,itnay hazaroon ka jora,itnay tolay soona.....etc
Islam main to yeh kharafat nahi hain....Hum nay apni taleemat ko bhulaa diya hai...Islam ki shaadi to sirf do gawhoon kay saamnay sadgee say nikkah ki hai or haan usskay baad doost ahbab ko feast dena hai.......baqi saab fazooliat.
loogon ka to dimagh kharab hai ,doosroonn ki dekha dakheee kam kartee hain ,chahay jaib khalee hi keon na ho.
Noreen pagal ki bacchi say koi yeh pochaay kay issko istarah shaadi kar kay kitnay nafloon ka sawab mil gaya hai.
agreed with the notion that yes, the general weddings in pakistan do support activities that portray non-islamic beliefs..and it is quite sad that just like anything else, weddings are just a competition of how much money one can spare (but i think that's worldwide not just pakistan)..but couple of things: i don't think this was an EXTRAVAGANT wedding to begin with..her dress looked reasonable, not sure about her jewelery and the rest of the tayaaris seemed average nothing like a million dollar wedding..another thing, like i said earlier this was an effort made by a medium that is associated with frivolous activities so at least they decided to do something that would benefit a family..yes, they could've done it more simply with less money..but at least its a step in the right direction..we should appreciate that because you never know the next wedding any other channel or samaa does, might be more religion conscious..