Atif Aslam, one of Pakistan’s most famous musicians, has released a special Ramadan Kalaam.
The 38-year-old Jeena Jeena singer chose Hazrat Imam Ahmed Raza Khan’s most popular Kalaam, also known as Aala Hazrat in the subcontinent. Mustafa Jaan-e-Rehmat Pe Lakho Salaam by Aala Hazrat is Pakistan’s most famous salaam.
Aslam had previously teased the forthcoming salam to the sacred presence of the last holy Prophet [peace be upon him] on social media. “Salam-e-Ajizana coming soon,” he captioned his post.
Apart from Atif Aslam, Ali Pervez Mehdi, Nouman Javed, Ahsan Pervaiz Mehdi, and Kumail Jaffery took part in the recitation. All five can be seen standing with their hands respectfully folded.
As the video opens, ‘MUSTAFA JAAN E REHMAT’ along with ‘NAAT E RASOOL E MAQBOOL’ can be seen written in light colours to match the video’s overall theme.
Earlier, Atif Aslam released naat recitations on several occasions, especially in the holy month of Ramadan. His credit includes great hits like Tajdar-e-Haram and Wohi Khuda Hai for Coke Studio. Last year, he decided to recited the 99 names of Allah for Coke Studio.
With his soothing vocals, Aslam has once again won the hearts of his fans as the video garnered over 433,500 views on YouTube within hours of its release. In the meantime, his admirers took to Twitter to express gratitude for sharing Durood-e-Salaam video during the fasting month.
Have a look at some of the messages here:
Ali Pervez Mehdi, Nouman Javed, Ahsan Pervaiz Mehdi, and Kumail Jaffery, in addition to Atif Aslam, took part in the recitation. All five people are standing with their hands crossed politely.
‘MUSTAFA JAAN E REHMAT’ and ‘NAAT E RASOOL E MAQBOOL’ are written in light colours to fit the video’s overall theme as the video begins.
Atif Aslam has previously published naat recitations, most notably during the holy month of Ramadan. Tajdar-e-Haram and Wohi Khuda Hai for Coke Studio are among his many accomplishments. He agreed to recite the 99 names of Allah for Coke Studio last year.
Aslam has once again won the hearts of his fans with his calming vocals, as the video received over 433,500 views on YouTube within hours of its release. In the meantime, his fans took to Twitter to thank him for posting the Durood-e-Salaam video during Ramadan.
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