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Ali Zafar, Jaan-e-Bahaaraan, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 2 - Buxrs.com
Published: 4 months ago By: Coke Studio

By: Coke StudioPublished: 4 months ago


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Produced & Directed by Strings
Music Directed by Shuja Haider
Originally Composed by Master Inayat Hussain
Lyrics by Tanveer Naqvi
Licensed by EMI Pakistan

Weaving a spell to ensnare the listener, Shuja Haider returns with a tribute to the legendary film music director, Master Inayat Hussain. The reimagination of the song stays true to the theatrical and dramatic nature of Pakistani film music and infuses Spanish musical motifs in it’s stylings. Ali Zafar proves himself as the perfect cast for the roll of a love-struck beau with his captivating vocals and pronounced stage presence. As Zafar convincingly professes his devotion and adoration for his Jaan-e-Baahaaraan, a powerful string section packed with a punch of percussions serves as the perfect backdrop for this ditty.


HOUSEBAND
Imran Akhoond (Guitars)
Aahad Nayani (Drums)
Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass)
Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla)
Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano)
Omran Shafique (Guitars)
Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions)

BACKING VOCALISTS
Rachel Viccaji
Shahab Hussain
Natasha Khan

STRINGS SECTION
Javed Iqbal (First Violinist)
Ghulam Abbas
Ghulam Muhammad
Muhammad Ilyas
Babar Ali
Khawar Hussain

GUEST MUSICIANS
Amir Azhar (Rubab & Nylon Guitar)
Sajid Ali (Flute)

Weaving a spell to ensnare the listener, Shuja Haider returns with a tribute to the legendary film music director, Master Inayat Hussain. The reimagination of the song stays true to the theatrical and dramatic nature of Pakistani film music and infuses Spanish musical motifs in it’s stylings. Ali Zafar proves himself as the perfect cast for the roll of a love-struck beau with his captivating vocals and pronounced stage presence. As Zafar convincingly professes his devotion and adoration for his Jaan-e-Baahaaraan, a powerful string section packed with a punch of percussions serves as the perfect backdrop for this ditty.
HOUSEBAND
Imran Akhoond (Guitars)
Aahad Nayani (Drums)
Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass)
Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla)
Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano)
Omran Shafique (Guitars)
Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions)
BACKING VOCALISTS
Rachel Viccaji
Shahab Hussain
Natasha Khan
STRINGS SECTION
Javed Iqbal (First Violinist)
Ghulam Abbas
Ghulam Muhammad
Muhammad Ilyas
Babar Ali
Khawar Hussain
GUEST MUSICIANS
Amir Azhar (Rubab & Nylon Guitar)
Sajid Ali (Flute)



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