Atif Aslam, the uncrowned king of the Pakistani music industry turned forty today. Through his enchanting voice and truly magical performances, Atif Aslam has brought fame and honour to his native country for decades.
Born on March 12, 1983 in Wazirabad, Atif Aslam has ruled the hearts of millions with his melodious voice, not only in Pakistan but beyond borders too.
The music icon, who dreamed of becoming a cricketer as a child, developed a passion for singing during his college days and made his formal foray into the world of singing in 2004 with Jal the Band.
Entering the world of music with the song ‘Aadat’, and his first album titled as Jal Pari that brought him the much needed glory, Atif Aslam has given some of the most tremendous performances including Coke Studio’s cover of Tajdar e Haram and VELO Sound Station’s cover Kadi te hans bol.