“Flower” is the most plainly besotted song on this album. It is also sung in Urdu, the native language of Mr. Malik’s father. That Mr. Malik has inserted a 104-second Urdu love song into the middle of his album of sweaty, smooth R&B is a wink and also a feint — a quick, restrained nod to those in the know, who have been following him for years, that he hasn’t forgotten his past as a Muslim R&B-inclined singer trying to operate with dignity in the unforgiving, often choppy waters of pop’s mainstream.
AU: You have a crush on both of the Malik twins and just can’t choose between them. The brothers love you and do everything to get your attention. They start to fight with each other when they notice that they’re both deeply in love with you.