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Ali Zafar Sings ‘Aitebaar’ to Pay Tribute to Junaid Jamshed!

Ali Zafar has paid tribute to the legendary Junaid Jamshed by singing a song on JJ's birthday.

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All-time famous singer Ali Zafar has paid tribute to the legendary Junaid Jamshed by singing a song on JJ’s birthday. This exclusive wish has emotionally linked fans to the memory of Vital Signs and Junaid Jamshed. Ali Zafar made JJ’s birthday wish special by singing ‘Aitebaar’. It nostalgically connected fans to the evergreen songs produced by Vital Signs in the soulful voice of Junaid Jamshed.

Ali Zafar Sings Aitebaar on JJ’s Birthday!

All-time famous singer Ali Zafar has paid tribute to the legendary Junaid Jamshed by remembering him on his birthday. This exclusive wish has emotionally linked fans to the memory of Vital Signs and Junaid Jamshed. Ali Zafar made JJ's birthday wish special by singing 'Aitebaar'. It nostalgically connected fans to the evergreen songs produced by Vital Signs in the soulful voice of Junaid Jamshed.  Ali Zafar Sings Aitebaar on JJ's Birthday! Junaid Jamshed would have been of 56 years as September 3rd is marked as his birthday. To make everyone feel his presence even today, Ali Zafar sang Junaid Jamshed's one of the most popular songs, 'Aitebaar'. Here is how Ali Zafar wished JJ on Twitter. He penned the birthday wish as, "Happy 56th birthday dear Junaid Jamshed. You will always rule our hearts. Rest in peace. Sharing my little tribute again." Watch this video for Aitebaar's cover by Ali Zafar! About Junaid Jamshed Junaid Jamshed is the name that doesn't need any introduction. He has always been the one in the millions. He gained prominence and international recognition with his band named 'Vital Signs'. The first album was launched in 1987 from which Dil Dil Pakistan made Junaid Jamshed mount the peak of fame. Dil Dil Pakistan is called the second national anthem of Pakistan now. The commercial success of Vital Signs' first album helped develop Pakistan's rock music industry. In 2004, Junaid Jamshed took major decision of leaving music career and devoted himself to the path of religion, Islam. This period made him emerge as an Islamic scholar and preacher.  Junaid Jamshed's Death Junaid Jamshed was on his mission to preach Islam in different regions of Pakistan. His second wife Nahya Junaid was also on this journey along with him.  The couple died on 7th December 2016 when PIA Flight 661 crashed in Havelian. The flight was en route to Islamabad from Chitral.  Junaid Jamshed's Children Junaid Jamshed has left behind three sons and a daughter. His sons stay active on social media and they are also trying to follow the path of their father. His sons are named as Babar Junaid Jamshed, Taimoor, and Saifullah. 

Junaid Jamshed would have been of 56 years as September 3rd is marked as his birthday. To make everyone feel his presence even today, Ali Zafar sang Junaid Jamshed’s one of the most popular songs, ‘Aitebaar’. Here is how Ali Zafar wished JJ on Twitter.

He penned the birthday wish as, “Happy 56th birthday dear Junaid Jamshed. You will always rule our hearts. Rest in peace. Sharing my little tribute again.”

Watch this video for Aitebaar’s cover by Ali Zafar!

About Junaid Jamshed

Junaid Jamshed is the name that doesn’t need any introduction. He has always been the one in the millions. He gained prominence and international recognition with his band named ‘Vital Signs’.

All-time famous singer Ali Zafar has paid tribute to the legendary Junaid Jamshed by singing a song on JJ's birthday. This exclusive wish has emotionally linked fans to the memory of Vital Signs and Junaid Jamshed. Ali Zafar made JJ's birthday wish special by singing 'Aitebaar'. It nostalgically connected fans to the evergreen songs produced by Vital Signs in the soulful voice of Junaid Jamshed. 

The launch of his first album in 1987 made a mark to such an extent that he is still fresh in our memories for his beautiful voice. Among all of JJ’s songs, Dil Dil Pakistan was the one to make Junaid Jamshed mount the peak of fame.

Dil Dil Pakistan is called the second national anthem of Pakistan now. The commercial success of Vital Signs‘ first album helped develop Pakistan’s rock music industry.

All-time famous singer Ali Zafar has paid tribute to the legendary Junaid Jamshed by singing a song on JJ's birthday. This exclusive wish has emotionally linked fans to the memory of Vital Signs and Junaid Jamshed. Ali Zafar made JJ's birthday wish special by singing 'Aitebaar'. It nostalgically connected fans to the evergreen songs produced by Vital Signs in the soulful voice of Junaid Jamshed. 

In 2004, Junaid Jamshed took the major decision of leaving music career and devoted himself to the path of religion, Islam. This period made him emerge as an Islamic scholar and preacher and his fans highly appreciated this step.

Junaid Jamshed’s Death

Junaid Jamshed was on his mission to preach Islam in different regions of Pakistan. His second wife Nahya Junaid was also on this journey along with him.

All-time famous singer Ali Zafar has paid tribute to the legendary Junaid Jamshed by singing a song on JJ's birthday. This exclusive wish has emotionally linked fans to the memory of Vital Signs and Junaid Jamshed. Ali Zafar made JJ's birthday wish special by singing 'Aitebaar'. It nostalgically connected fans to the evergreen songs produced by Vital Signs in the soulful voice of Junaid Jamshed. 

The couple died on 7th December 2016 when PIA Flight 661 crashed in Havelian that was en route to Islamabad from Chitral.

Junaid Jamshed’s Children

Junaid Jamshed has left behind three sons and a daughter. His sons stay active on social media and they are also trying to follow the path of their father.

His sons are named as Babar Junaid Jamshed, Taimoor, and Saifullah.

 

Wardah Farooqi
Wardah Farooqi has been working as a writer for 6 years. She also worked at Dunya News, Live Pakistan Magazine, and numerous local as well as international platforms. When she isn't writing, you can find her assisting people in bringing out the best!

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