Natya Kalam of Ali Zafar, the most popular singer and actor of Pakistan Showbiz Industry has been released.
On the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan, Ali Zafar recited the famous Naat “Bulgh-ul-Ali Bakmala” with such devotion and respect that the listeners are mesmerized.
Ali Zafar has shared his motto on his social media accounts.
In the caption of the message shared by Ali Zafar, the actor wrote that he hopes that listening to it will calm your heart as it happened to me while reading.
The Natia Kalam released by singer Ali Zafar is being liked by the fans.
While different people are sharing it on the internet wherever it is appreciated and heard.
It should be noted that singer and actor Ali Zafar was awarded the Medal of Excellence by the President of Pakistan Arif Alvi.
Ali Zafar’s mother Prof. Dr. Kanwal Amin and Begum Ayesha Fazli were also present at the awards ceremony on the occasion of Pakistan Day.
Singer and actor Ali Zafar’s mother Prof. Dr. Kanwal Amin had said that she is proud to be the mother of a son like Ali Zafar.
Ali Zafar’s wife Ayesha Fazli had said that Ali is not only a good singer and actor but also the best person.
Singer Ali Zafar was born in 1980 into a middle class family, the eldest of three brothers.
However, his mother was a librarian and his father a professor of fine arts at the university.
Singer Ali Zafar started sketching at the age of 18 in the lobby of the PC Hotel.
From Chhannu’s eye to the rock star and then from the whistle, a nation had traveled to one destination.
Every song of Ali Zafar won the festival while Ali Zafar proved his singing and acting skills not only in Pakistan but also in India.
In India, he played prominent and memorable roles in major films such as Tere Bin Laden, My Brother’s Bride, Kill Dil, Total Siapa, London Paris, New York, Chashma Badur and Der Zindagi.
Later, Taifa In Trouble, the biggest film in Pakistani cinema, made record business across the country.
On the other hand, Ali Zafar also participated in the national service during the corona virus and during the lockdown, the Ali Zafar Foundation distributed rations to 11,000 families.
While providing financial support to 850 musicians and transgender people, the Ali Zafar Foundation is also providing scholarships to poor female students.