Famous TV actor Ahad Raza Mir who made his singing debut with a rendition of 'Ko Ko Korina' at Coke Studio Season 11, has responded to the backlash and criticism he and Momina Mustehsan have been receiving.

Yesterday, Minister for Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari's comment on the latest version of Coke Studio's 'Ko Ko Korina' stirred up a storm on social media.

Pakistan Peoples Party leader Sherry Rehman also mirrored Shireen Mazari's thought which makes the matter more intense.

In a series of Tweets Yakeen ka Safar actor opened up about all the negativity and comments.

So there has been a lot of talk about a certain song. So lets do just that. Talk about it.

— Ahad Raza Mir (@ahadrazamir) October 23, 2018

He added, “I am honoured that I got to cover Ko Ko Korina. Some people enjoyed it and some not to so much, which is fair. Look at how we love to appreciate and criticise. It shows our nation is alive. Even after hearing the song. Pun intended.”

Ahad Raza also thanked the people who liked and appreciated his first ever singing effort.

Commenting about the Shireen Mazari's opinion on the song he wrote, “I am also pleasantly surprised that the Minister of Human Rights noticed our attempt, although she did not have very nice things to say, I’m still happy she noticed. Just a piece of advice: better choice of words next time Ms Minister,” he commented.

“Ms Minister you represent a party that wants to bring change, supports youth and new ideas in Pakistan. The reach and duty of Human Rights promotes a caring approach to life. Don’t “massacre” its meaning. You represent human rights in our country. Think about what that means,” he stated.

'Pervaz Hai Junoon' actor sought out respect for artists as well, "what they are doing they are not doing it for themselves but for the audience and if anybody wants to criticize, do it with love," he wrote.

I will continue to work thanks to all those who appreciated his efforts and will work harder to impress the critics, he concluded.