Danyal Zafar & Momina Mustehsan, Muntazir
The song “Muntazir”, produced and directed by Strings is performed by a star pair that are more than just good looks and smiles. Being his first ever performance, Zafar encapsulated a totally different style from his brother, Ali Zafar, when it comes to singing. This exceptional debut is certainly going to provide Zafar with a means to foster his name in the music fraternity of Pakistan.
Ahmed Jehanzeb & Shafqat Amanat, Allahu Akbar
Shuja Haider’s ‘Allahu Akbar’ is sung by Ahmed Jehanzeb and Shafqat Amanat Ali. There is absolutely no doubt that Shafqat Amanat Ali’s voice is mesmerizing and his duo Ahmed Jehanzed engulfed the audience with his mellifluous voice. This song can certainly be considered to be the lead song in episode 1. The melodious track is a testimony of the hardwork of the artist and the house band. Furthermore, this reminds us why Ahmed Jehanzeb and Shafqat Amanat Ali are among the best we have in Pakistani music.
Hina Nasrullah & Amanat Ali, Chaa Rahi Kaali Ghata
‘Chaa Rahi Kaali Ghata’ is Sahir Ali Bagga’s debut track for the show. Amanat Ali the award winning singer along with Hina Nasrullah who have certainly proved to be a perfect duo. Hina Nasrullah with her impressive composure and Shehroze Hussain’s sitar without any doubt brings arrangement to life. The song was certainly the highest point of the entire episode.
Ali Sethi, Ranjish Hi Sahi
The song ‘Ranjish Hi Sahi’ is basically the tribute to Ustad Mehdi Hassan Sahib, performed by Ali Sethi. Sethi’s commitment to bring the very best of him to sing the legendary song is unparalleled. Sethi’s skills in classical singing are off the charts.
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