The singer has released this song to ignite more love for the motherland among the youth on the eve of Independence Day.
LAHORE: (UrduPoint/UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News-August 13th, 2020) Popular Singer Shafqat Amanat Ali released his new song in connection with Independence Day here on Thursday.
“Zindagi hey Pakistan”—is the title of the song which ignites love for the mother land.
“Ishaq se Janoon se jhomti hey Zindagi——Zindagi Zindagi , Zindagi hey Pakistan,”.
Shafqat Amanat Ali is the first singer among all others who has produced such beautiful song for Independence Day.
Millions of fans have liked his song and appreciated him for his great efforts that once again have ignited love for motherland.
The entire nation is going to celebrate Independence on August 14 tomorrow with traditional fervor and zeal.
Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan (born 26 February 1965) is a Pakistani classical singer belonging to Patiala Gharana lineage.He was the lead vocalist of the Pakistani rock band Fuzön until 2006.He was awarded the President’s Pride of Performance civil award on 23 March 2008.
Early life and background:
Shafqat Amanat Ali was born into a Muslim family in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan to Ustad Amanat Ali Khan and his wife Almas Amanat Ali Khan, on 26 February 1965 making him the ninth generation of Patiala Gharana. He is the youngest brother of the late Asad Amanat Ali Khan.
He received his bachelor’s degree from Government College University, Lahore (now known as GC University). He received the roll of honour from the Music Society of Government College University, Lahore, which is led by Tariq Farani.
The Career of Shafqat Amanat Ali
“Aankhon Ke Saagar,” “Khamaj,” “Ankhiyan” and “Mitwa” are some of his most popular works. He also sang the songs “Phir Wohi Raastey” and “Allah Megh De” for a Pakistani film named Ramchand Pakistani
Shafqat was introduced to Bollywood by Shankar Mahadevan. One morning while driving to his studio, he heard Shafqat’s hit song “Aankhon Ke Saagar” on the radio. He immediately called the radio jockey who was his friend and got Shafqat’s contact number. Shafqat sang “Mitwa” composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy for the movie Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna.
The song was listed in the top charts in India, helping propel Shafqat into stardom. He was the voice behind the critically acclaimed song “Yeh Honsla” [sic] in the Bollywood film Dor. He sang background for the films Hello and Mumbai Cutting.His songs “Mora Saiyaan” and “Tere Bina” were featured in Nagesh Kukunoor’s Hyderabad Blues 2.
After leaving the band Fuzon in 2006, Shafqat concentrated on his solo career. Based on folk and Sufi works, the album Tabeer was commissioned and released by Music Today in mid-September 2008.
The first video of the premier song of the album, “Khairheyan De Naal”, was aired on all channels in India and Pakistan. He has fondly been nicknamed the “Rock star Ustad” by Saleem Merchant of the Saleem-Suleman duo.He also appeared on the Rubaroo episode of Indian Idol He released his second solo album Kyun Dooriyan in 2010. It included a couple of songs — “Kaga Ja” and “Naal Naal” — which he had written during his time with Fuzon.