|Zayn Javed Malik|
Responding to the question, Hawking first said, "Finally, a question about something important", and then he added: "My advice to any heartbroken young girl is to pay close attention to the study of theoretical physics. Because one day there may well be proof of multiple universes. It would not be beyond the realms of possibility that somewhere outside of our own universe lies another different universe. And in that universe, Zayn is still in One Direction."
Ever since the British-Pakistani singer Zayn Javed Malik decided to quit the band "One Direction", his fans around the world have been heart-broken. There have been tears. Adding to their heartbreak, Malik does not seem like he will change his mind anytime soon, according to the National Public Radio (NPR).
NPR ended the segment by playing Zayn's popular song: "Baby, you light up my world like nobody else. The way that you flip your hair gets me overwhelmed. But when you smile at the ground it ain't hard to tell". Another popular song "“Don’t forget where you belong” by Zayn is seen by his Pakistani fans as a nod to his Pakistani heritage. Express Tribune, a Karachi newspaper, reports a Zayn sighting in Pakistan after he left One Direction.
Zayn had said earlier that his surprise visit to Pakistan would be a month-long trip taking him to Karachi, Lahore and parts of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. “It’s time I went back to my roots and take a break from life in the limelight,” said the 22-year-old in an interview.
Here's Zayn Malik singing "Don't Forget Where You Belong":
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