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Published On: 2008-11-17
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Atif Aslam performs in Dhaka
Concert at Bangladesh China Friendship Conference centre
Nadia Sarwat

Atif Aslam in his element at the concert.
At the Hall of Fame of Bangladesh China Friendship Conference centre on November 15, hundreds of young music lovers were eagerly waiting for Atif Aslam, the Pakistani rock singer whose popularity has transcended the boundaries of his country. When the star appeared on the stage, the crowd went wild. Atif did not waste a moment and started with a performance of his claim to fame number “Woh lamhey.”

Fire Works Events & PR organised the concert titled “Atif Aslam: A Date in Dhaka.” As matter of fact, this was Atif's second “date” with the Bangladeshi audience. He first performed in Dhaka in 2006.

Atif started his singing career with the Pakistani Band Jal. The success of some of the band's most popular songs like “Aadat” and “Woh lamhey” depended largely on his exceptional, wide-ranged vocals. Bringing in some controversies, however, he left the band and retained his fame as a solo act. He is now a regular playback singer in the Bollywood film industry and has produced a number of hit songs such as “Tere bin” from the film “Bas Ek Pal,” “Peheli nazar mein” from “Race” and more. His solo albums are also quite popular among the young audience of the subcontinent.

At the concert, the audience had to wait for a while for the artiste, as the first one to take the stage was a Bangladeshi newcomer, Rumi. Rumi expects to release his debut album produced by 'Rage Audio' next Eid. Though nervous, performing as the opening act, Rumi's melodious tunes were well-appreciated by the audience.

Atif's interaction with the audience during his performance was vivacious. Another hit number; “Ehsass” was the second song he presented. “Mahi ve,” a soft melodious tune followed -- the lyrics written by the artiste himself, dedicated to his fiancé. “Doorie” from his album with the same title was one that the crowd waited for. “Kuch is tarah,” “Yeh meri kahani” along with Atif's other popular numbers kept the audience charged throughout the concert.

ATN Bangla, Radio Foorti, and Daily Ittefaq were the media partners of the event while Rage Audio and Neptune Advertisement LTd were event partners.


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