Pakistani Celebrities

Atif Aslam is going to leave music industry and follow the path of Islam

Atif Aslam needs no introduction with any presentation. The Pakistani artist is a universal star and makes the most of his being a fan in the nation as well as over the fringe and around the globe too. Atif’s being a fan knows no a far cry and he is regarded all over the place. In light of his monstrous ability and a one of a kind voice, Atif Aslam had gotten consistent for all Bollywood films. 8 out of each 10 Bollywood movies would include a tune by Atif Aslam in them. Furthermore, despite the fact that after India prohibited Pakistani craftsmen from working in Bollywood, Atif’s fans over the fringe despite everything miss him.

 

He has sung many popular songs including; Doori, Dil Kare, Woh Lamhe, Baarishein,Hona Tha Pyar, Kaho Aaj Bol Do, Dil Diyan Gallan and many more. For his tremendous work, he has received Tamgha-e-Imtiaz and has also received numerous Lux Style Awards.

 

After that, during the pandemic, he recited Azaan in his soothing voice and also recited 99 names of Allah which again was loved by people. Atif Aslam started producing Islamic content.

 

Pakistani singer Atif Aslam has finally set the record straight about speculation about him exiting the music industry. During an interview with Hamid Mir, Atif Aslam addressed the rumours going rife about his exit from Pakistan’s music scene.

“The topic of leaving the music industry is one that’s quite personal. But I want to keep myself attached to my religion while still being part of the world. I won’t say I will be giving up on music entirely, but I want to highlight important aspects of religion like the 99 names of Allah and Tajdar-e-Haram.”

 

 

He further shed light on his recent Coke Studio performance of Asma-ul-Husna [the 99 names of Allah], which received massive acclaim from around the world.

“In life, we do a lot of things, some are virtuous some are sins. I was lucky enough to have performed Tajdar-e-Haram, and I consider myself very lucky to have gotten a chance to perform Asma-ul-Husna. I can’t explain the feeling I got while I was reciting the names.”

 

He said that “I had heard that during the times of our Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), people used to go up to their roofs to recite the Azaan. That’s where the idea came from and I just went with it without a second thought”

 

However, Atif Aslam appeared in Capital Talk and shared, “I am trying to keep my faith with my work because I am a human and human make mistakes. Don’t think that I am going to leave music and won’t leave in future because right now I have nothing like this in my mind.”