5 Things I Hate : Valentine’s Day
1. Imposing of the concept
As February arrives everywhere turned to be red and intentionally forced to accept this concept of Valentines . People have certain views in their own country , majority of Pakistan does not want to accept this concept of Valentine due to their custom values . Despite of this , one group of people investing in this to create a hype of Valentine for accepting / imposing.
2. The only day to share love
Fine it’s a love day to share your happiness with your parents , spouse , children or most preferably with your girl friend. However, this is not the final or last day to celebrate with your love ones . In our Muslims teaching ‘ Every Muslim should have to be polite, loving and caring for every human being ‘ 365 days a year. So this day probably turns out to be a drama day.
3. Muhabbatein Affects – Classes Bunked
In Pakistan the actual spark of Valentine came after the Muhabbatein movie of Shahrukh Khan & Aishwayria Roy. This impacts on students of colleges and universities on a very large scales which ultimately results a very high bunk rate from academic classes on 14th February .
Commercialism is in accordance with the imposing concept of Valentine’s day. Majorly businesses such as , courier services , bakeries , magazines , news channels , book shops , restaurants , café’s and the most important florists have made this day so much commercialized , which have affected the cuteness and simplicity of this day.
5. Because it’s in Pakistan
Yes , the most important thing is that “A VALENTINES DAY IN PAKISTAN” . Just imagine how we use to celebrate 14th August on streets , Eid , Eid Milad-un-Nabi and basant . We don’t even have any limits to celebrate any event in Pakistan . So this could be dangerous to celebrate Valentine’s day with freedom in Pakistan.