Classical singer ‘Asad Amanat Ali Khan’ remembered on 14 death anniversary

Classical singer ‘Asad Amanat Ali Khan’ remembered on 14 death anniversary Classical singer ‘Asad Amanat Ali Khan’ remembered on 14 death anniversary

Lahore: Renowned classical and ghazal singer Ustad Asad Amanat Ali Khan is being remembered on his 14th death anniversary on Thursday (today).

The acclaimed singer was born in Lahore on September 25, 1955 and started his musical career performing ‘Thumri’ and then went on to record some of his most popular numbers and Ghazals.

He recorded his first song at the age of 10, which featured on his grandfather’s debut album. His father was also a famous musician.

He sung multitude of songs for television, film and radio. Some of his evergreen melodies includes Umran Langiyaan Paban Bhar, Dil Mein Dard Hua, Gham Tera Hum Nay, Zara Zara and Kal Chaudvin Ki Raat Thi.

Asad performed all around the world and was honoured with the Pride of Performance award on March 23, 2007 due to his wonderful music services.

Asad Amanat Ali Khan passed away on April 8, 2007, in London, England due to cardiac arrest.

The popular classical, semi-classical and ghazal singer passed away on April 8, 2007, in London, England due to cardiac arrest and was laid to rest in Mominpura Graveyard in Lahore.

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