Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Early life Aslam was born into a family in,. He began his education in at Kimberley Hall School,. In 1991, he moved to where he continued his studies in St. Paul's Cambridge School,. In 1995, Aslam returned to Lahore where he continued his studies in. He attended (PICS) to do his in Computer Science (BCs).
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Aslam played cricket as a fast bowler and after couple of years he got interested in music. Even though Aslam always admired and, his first love was for cricket and he dreamt of representing his nation as a cricketer. He was a fast bowler and his passion for the sport saw him being selected for the national Under 19 cricket team trials. At one stage Aslam was training to represent his country in the U-19 World Cup. [ ] Spurred on by his friends, he began to sing in public during his days at PICS, where he met guitarist and talented young composer,. After performing at their college and at various restaurants, they eventually formed a band named ' – an Urdu/Hindi word which means 'water'. Working together, the pair recorded the song 'Aadat' with the help of Salman Albert, amongst other established and accomplished Pakistani musicians, and the music video for 'Aadat' was shot in a warehouse in Karachi.
Within a matter of weeks, 'Aadat' became popular on a host of promotional Pakistani music websites and went viral online, making Aslam a household name. On the basis of the popularity of this song, Jal began their tour of Pakistan. However, while on tour, personal problems between Aslam and Mumtaz led to an unannounced and indefinite break, during which Aslam launched his solo career, while Mumtaz continued using the band name 'Jal'.
[ ] Career On 17 July 2004, Aslam released his first album titled (meaning 'Mermaid') which was an instant hit. Several songs from his debut album, such as: 'Bheegi Yaadein', 'Ehsaas', 'Mahi Ve', 'Ankhon Sey' and the title track 'Jal Pari' went on to become major hits and charted across countries in the subcontinent. Since 's album,, and Aslam's album, Jal Pari, shared certain tracks such as 'Aadat', 'Bheegi Yaadein' and 'Ankhon se', a war over rights began which resulted in both sides claiming to possess hard proof to support their respective claims that they alone owned these songs. He got his first breakthrough in Bollywood when director Mahesh Bhatt called Aslam to seek his consent to include 'Woh Lamhey' in the soundtrack of his new motion picture, Zeher (2005). The song (especially the remix version) became a hit.
Following Jal Pari, Aslam released two more successful solo albums, Doorie and Meri Kahani. He also recorded many songs for Bollywood, that were successful too. International tours His first international tour, performing in the US and Canada with and. Aslam then made his solo debut concert in in Summer Beats 2008 at, which also featured, and. After a sold out concert in New Jersey, Aslam returned with his band and special guests to to perform on 2 July 2010. Atif performing in Lahore, Pakistan Two years later, Aslam returned to the US. Collaborating with vocalist, their March 2010 tour originally had 10 shows announced in US and Canada.
However, the response inspired the organizers to put shows in six more cities. The following month, Aslam made his debut in South America with a performance at Anthony Nesty Sports Hall,. [ ] He continued to tour the world with headline performances at the in London, alongside ). He followed that with dates, across major concert venues in the UK in 2010. Aslam performed with for the first time at, Mississauga, followed by another show at, San Francisco, Oakland, in July 2011, during their USA and Canada tour. In September 2011, Aslam performed at New York. Aslam performing at O2 Arena On 22 April 2012, Aslam became the first Pakistani to perform in London's a concert spectacular to promote love, peace and unity among India and Pakistan.
Aslam performed for four hours. This was followed up by shows in and. In 2012, he was invited for three concerts at the World Trade Centre in Dubai. This was followed by his debut concert in Bangkok at the Centara Convention Centre on 6 October 2012. Aslam then returned to perform in ten major Pakistani cities during his Jazz Jazba Generation Tour. On 2 November, he performed his first public concert in Malaysia. In December 2012, Aslam was named among top performers of for 2012 alongside,,,, and.
Aslam also is the first man from Asia, and the second artist after Bryan Adams, to be permitted to perform inside the Dashrath Rangasla National Football Stadium in Kathmandu,. Aslam once again returned to Dubai for multiple concerts in 2013 at the world-famous Atlantis resort. In April 2013, Aslam performed for the first time at the LG Arena in following which he became the first artist from Asia to perform twice at London's. Also in concert at the O2 were Bollywood stars, &.
In November 2014, Aslam performed at the Leisure Valley grounds in Gurgaon alongside Arijit Singh in front of thousands. In August 2015, Aslam performed at London's for the third time. Hollywood Four songs from Aslam's second album were featured in two films. Two of them; 'Yakeen' and 'Ehsaas', and a single ' from his first album, featured in 's 2005 film which has won international awards and was praised by the critics.
Two other songs, 'Doorie' and 'Maula', were selected in 2010 for the soundtrack of the Spanish Beauty, the Hindi version of the 2005 Mexican film directed. He then sang two songs; 'Bol Ke Lab Azaad Hain' and 'Mori Araj Suno', in 's 2012 film. Acting career Aslam made his acting debut in the 2011 Pakistani movie. He has also made special appearances in many film songs. Aslam at launch of Sur Kshetra Aslam appeared as a captain of Team Pakistan in a singing talent show called which was shot and broadcast from, where Indian and Pakistani contestants competed against each other. At the end of the show, from Aslam's team won the contest. On 19 April 2017, he hosted the ceremony, and it was the first time he was seen hosting the ceremony of Lux Style Awards.
He along with, and was also on the judge panel of a nationwide talent show; emceed by Pakistan from July to September 2017. On 1 November 2017, Aslam's rendition of 'Tajdar-e-Haram' crossed 100 million views on YouTube, becoming first video origin in Pakistan to achieve the landmark record. The qawwali-song, originally sung by, was released on 15 August 2015 in and has been viewed in 186 countries across the world. Also, it is Aslam's first individual video on YouTube to make the record. Impact and recognition Aslam's work has received praise from several artists.
Actor Suyyash Rai affirmed that he 'developed an interest in singing' because of Aslam. Praised Aslam's singing as well. Ranbir Kapoor likes Aslam. Singer thanked Aslam for keeping pop music alive in Pakistan. He said: 'I'm thankful to Atif for keeping pop alive. It's because of them that I feel my music still has a place in today's music scene.' Actor is a big fan of Aslam and always wanted him to sing his tracks in a film.
He said: 'I am a fan of Atif's voice and really wanted him to sing for me. I didn't know it will happen so soon!' , referring to the song 'Jeena Jeena' sung by Aslam for the film. Is all praise for Aslam: 'I love this guy and I love his songs', he said. Admitted to being a big Aslam fan; she said in an interview: 'I am his number one fan.
Music is the best vehicle to promote understanding and our music brings people together.' Aslam calls his fans as 'Aadeez'. Personal life He married educationist Sara Bharwana, in Lahore on 29 March 2013.
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