Pakistani singer Atif Aslam records a song despite being unwell, says director Amit Kasaria – Amar Ujala Hindi News Live

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Pakistani singer and musician Atif Aslam is making a comeback in Bollywood after seven years. He lends his magical voice to the romantic song in the upcoming film “Lovestory of Nineties”. The director of this film is Amit Kasaria. The special thing is that Atif wasn't feeling well, but he wanted to work on it with all his might. It is noteworthy that the songs of Pakistani singers were previously banned in India.

Atif is willing to work even in poor health

This film by Kasarisa is a simple family drama. He and his team found Atif perfect for the film's romantic songs. Actually, it represents a person who wants to live a simple life where there is a lot of room for love. Kasariya said, “When I spoke to him about this song, he liked this song. “I told him that we have very limited time to shoot.” Therefore, without wasting much time, Atif started preparations for recording the song even though he was not in good health. Kasariya shared that when he felt unwell, he flew to another city and recorded the song.

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Rahul Nair composed

This song sung by Atif Aslam was composed by music director Rahul Nair. The lead actors are Adhyanan Suman and Miss Universe Diva Divita Rai. The scenes were shot in Shimla. We tell you that after the Pulwama terror attack, Pakistani artists were banned. For this reason, actors, lyricists, singers or other artistic and technical personnel belonging to Pakistan have been banned from working here.

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Atif's songs are very popular

What's special is that Atif's songs have been well received here. He has given Bollywood not just one but many super hit songs. He lent his voice in the songs “Hum Chaar”, “Namaste England”. At the same time, he has lent his voice to songs like Dil Diyaan Gallan, Main Rang Sharbaton Ka, Jeena Jeena, Tu Jaane Na and Tera Hone Laga Hoon. Now, after many years, she is ready to enter Bollywood again with romantic songs.

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