Atif Aslam and his Wife Sara Bharwana’s Biography and Pictures

Atif Aslam is a prominent singer from Pakistan, who has worked in numerous projects of Bollywood and even has made his way to Hollywood. Along with it he has also starred in a fim ‘Bol’ which is most notable film for revival of Pakistan film industry. Atif is one of the most popular singer of South Asia, entertaining the music lovers from around 11 years.


Early life: Atif was born in Wazirabad, started his early education at Kimberly Hall School, Lahore. Later on he moved to Rawalpindi, continuing his studies in St. Paul’s Cambridge School. He came back to Lahore in 1995 and studied in Divisional Public School and further he did his Fsc from PAF College, Lahore.  At his stay at PAF college he got involved in music and it carried on. Not to forget, Atif’s first priority was to be a cricketer, he also participated at School and college level as a fast bowler for the side. It is also said that, Atif was selected for the U-19 cricket team trials and even aimed to be part of  the U-19 side. Till now Atif never misses any chance to play cricket, he’s often seen playing cricket at different charity events.

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Musical Career: During College days Atif met Gohar Mumtaz- a guitarist and this meeting later turned them into band-partners, forming ‘Jal’. The duo use to sing at different events at restaurants and college functions. According to onlookers, Atif also used to sing at college canteen while entertaining his friends during free time. Atif and Gohar under platform of ‘Jal’ started doing mini-concerts (first voluntarily than commercially). The band recorded their first song ‘Aadat’ at Mekal Hasan’s studio, directed by Umer Anwar. The song received huge appreciation and took the internet by storm. The song was also on-aired on Radio channels. Soon after this Atif leaved the band due to leading differences with Goher Mumtaz.

Atif Aslam and Goher Mumtaz
Atif Aslam and Goher Mumtaz

Atif started his solo career in July 2004 with album (‘Jal Pari) , which was declared as best selling album of the year within just 5 months of release. Atif later climbed upto Bollywod and sang ‘Woh Lamhe Woh Baatein’ in the movie ‘Zehar’ and months later his song ‘Aadat’ was part of ‘Kalyung’. Both the movies were from Bhatt camp, God-father of newbie’s Mahesh Bhatt provided chance to young Atif and he completely used it. After this he sang for many of the Bollywood movies and also came up with two albums (Doorie and Meri Kahani).

Promo of Album: Jal Pari
Promo of Album: Jal Pari

Atif Aslam lent his voice for these Bollywood movies:  Zeher, Kalyug, Bas Ek Pal, Race, Kismat Konnection, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, Prince, Spanish Beauty, F.A.L.T.U, Tere Naal Love Hogya, Jayanta Bhai ke Love Story Race 2, Badlapur and Bajrangi Bhaijaan.

Atif sings 'Tu Chahiye' for Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Atif sang ‘Tu Chahiye’ in Bajrangi Bhaijaan


Major Awards and Acheivements: In 2008 Atif was awarded Tamgha-e-Imtiaz by Government of Pakistan following his musical achievements. Atif became the youngest recipient of one of the prestigious Pakistani award. He also became the youngest Pakistani out of two others, to perfrom in the prestigious (Royal Albert Hall), UK. In 2012 Atif was named among top performers of Dubai for 2012 along with Enrique  Iglesias and others. Atif have also bagged several music awards out of it the most important are: Sahara Sangeet Award 2005 of ‘Best Playback Singer’ and ‘Best Debut Singer’ and Lux style Awards 2006 for ‘Best Album’- Doorie.


Acting Career: In 2011, Atif made his acting debut by starring in the Pakistani movie ‘Bol’. The film was received warmly by the Pakistani audience and also by the Indian audience.


Marriage: After making a long stir in Pakistan media, Atif decided to marry her long-time girlfriend and fiance Sara Bharwana. On March 28, 2013 these two were tied into a knot. The couple was blessed with a baby boy in March 2014.

Atif Aslam with his wife Sara Bharwana
Atif Aslam with his wife Sara Bharwana

Sara Bharwana: After her marriage with Atif, ‘Sara Bharwana’ was a famous search on web as Atif’s female fans checking the one who broke their dreams. Many girls were Jealous of Sara and even raised pages ‘Hate Sara Bharwana’ on social sites. But that wasn’t of any worth, as the proverb says it is useless to cry over split milk. Sara Bharwana, born on 7th July, 1984 is daughter of an ex-policeman Punjab. According to some sources, she was student of the Kinnaird College, Lahore and Atif was studying at Government University, Lahore at that time. Both of them were indulged in a relationship, which further succeed towards their arrangement. Sara Bharwana has also worked as teacher in a school, after getting graduate from Kinnaird College.


At Lux Awards
At Lux Awards

Top Ten Music Bands in Pakistan

Pakistan music industry is one of the leading growing industries in Pakistan. Pakistan music industry is full of legendary singers and musician of the world. This industry gives the world, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Madam Noor Jahan, Ustad Mehdi Hassan, Ghulam Ali Khan, Zubeeda Khanaum, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Atif Aslam, and many more. Here is the list of top music bands in Pakistan according to pop, rock, jazz, traditional, classical genres and Pakistani folk music.

  1. Vital Signs:


Vital Signs were a Pakistani pop and rock band. It was formed in 1986 in Rawalpindi and remains active till 2013 with some gaps. Junaid jamsheed, Rohail Hayatt, and Shahzad Hassan were its founding members. It was the most popular rock and pop band of its era.

  1. Strings:


Next Pakistani and internationally acclaimed band in the list is Strings. Strings was formed in 1988 and had remaind active till 1992. In 1999, it revived again and still in the music industry. Band is known for pop and rock music and Faisal Kapadia and Bilal Maqsood are key members.

  1. Fuzon:


Fuzon is a Karachi based band that was formed in 2001 and remained active till 2004, however, band is in industry again since 2007. Rameez Mukhtar and Shafqat Amanat Ali were the past members and now it is being led by Khurram Iqbal, Shallum Asher Xavier, and Imran Momina.

  1. Laal:


Laal is a another most popular Pakistani band that is known for singing socialist and progressive political songs especially poetry of leftist Urdu pots such as habib Jalib and Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Laal was formed in 2008 in Lahore and still in the field. Taimur Rahman, Mahvash Waqar and Haider Rahman are its key members.

  1. Noori:


Noori is a Lahore based Pakistani rock band. The band was formed by Ali Noor along with his younger brother Ali Hamza in 1996. Noori is considered as one of the pioneering forces behind what is dubbed at the 21st Century pop revolution of Paksitan.

  1. Jal:


Jal is a pop and rock band that was formed in Lahore in 2002. The band was originally formed by Goher Mumtaz and Atif Aslam and later on joined by Oer Nadeem. The band became most popular after its first song, “Adat”, that was a massive hit in Pakistan.

  1. Aaroh:


Aaroh was a Karachi based alterntive rock, pop rock and power pop band. The band was formed in 1998 and deactive since 2009. The band was founded by guitarist Nabeel Nihal Chishty, and vocalist Farooq Ahmed.

  1. Awaz:


Awaz was a Pakistani pop band that was formed in Karachi in 1992 by Haroon Rashid and later on was joined by Faakihir Mehmood and Asad Ahmed. It was one of the pioneer bands of the local pop music scene and was highly skilled and talented musicians and producers and composers.

  1. Roxen:


Roxen is a Pakistani rock band from Lahore that was formed in 2004 and still active. The first album of the Roxen studio was ozen-e-Deewar that was released in 2006. Mustafa Zahid, Haider Halim, and Shahan Khan are its key members.

  1. Zeb and Haniya:

Zeb and Hanya

Zeb and Haniya is a Pakistani pop, rock and sufi band from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The band was formed in 2007 and is active till now. The band is the project of two cousins, Zebunnisa Bangash and Haniya Aslam.