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The Spirit of Ramzan : Major Artists Rush To Capitalize

Major Artists Rush To Capitalize On The Spirit Of Ramzan

Sajjad Ali, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, and Waseem Badami among major celebrities who have dropped soulful devotional tracks to capitalize on the spirit of Ramzan.

Major Artists Rush To Capitalize On The Spirit of Ramzan. This Ramzan, Pakistani music maestro Sajjad Ali is back with a brand new devotional track. This time he lends his magnificent voice to a piece of music swathed to describe his true devotion and praises the dignity of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

The soulful and mystic track starts off with the soothing downbeat pattern of ‘Allah Hu’. The serene view of landscapes in the video is soothing to eyes leading the viewers to admire the beauty of nature.

The composite poetry in Ali’s naat honoring and respecting the last Prophet (PBUH) is like the fresh breeze that touches the heart in a subtle way. The lyrics of the naat and music arrangement is complimented with the ethereal voice of the famed composer.

The four-minute long brilliant composition captures the Spirit of Ramzan and is gathering admiration. The naat will be included in the Ramadan transmission of PTV.

Meanwhile, GEO TV has also released its official OST for its transmission titled ‘Ehsaas Ramzan’ that features the vocals of the legendary Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, who has also composed the music.

The intensity and range of Rahat’s voice along with the OST’s soulful lyrics makes this a truly memorable endeavor.

The poetry of the OST focuses on the Spirit of Ramzan, written by Sabir Zafar. The OST reinforces the message of the  Ramzan.  It encourages the essential values of patience, respect, and empathy in this blessed month with the Spirit of Ramzan.

Similarly, ARY unveils the special Kalaam for this year’s transmission that portrays the spirit of Ramzan.

This year’s Ramazan special features the vocals of two of Pakistan’s legendary icons, Junaid Jamshed and Amjad Sabri, along with Wasim Badaami.

The video begins with the voice-over of Iqrar ul Hassan reciting poetry that then leads to the vocals.


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