The 'Waar' actor shared snippet of the song which he wrote himself
Shafqat Amanat Ali
The year '2016' has been an eventful one for the Pakistanis, to say the least. Be it Adnan Sami’s ‘treachery’ (as some call it) or Shafqat Amanat Ali’s infamous fumble while singing Pakistan's national anthem in India– all these moments had a spillover outrage on the social media and vigilantes in its wake were quick to pour scorn on the 'offenders'. Here we will look at some of the happenings and incidents that invited rage of Pakistanis and their reactions making news headlines and social media trends. …
NEW DELHI: Pakistani singer Shafqat Amanat Ali has condemned the Uri attack in which more than 18 Indian soldiers were killed. According to his statement published by the Zee News, "I condemn the Uri terror attack, however, I don't know about other," he reportedly said in an interview to Times Now. "...No one wants war as we all know the end results. If there is firing from one side, the other side always responds in the same way and that's what is happening today," said Ali Shafqat Amanat under fire for ‘wrong’…
After facing scathing criticism for forgetting some words of the national anthem, Shafqat Amanat Ali got some relief when Pakistan's musical heavyweights backed him up.
The electrifying crowd at Eden Gardens, Kolkatta added to the excitement and thrill of Pakistan-India World T20 match. While celebrities, mainly those of India, also turned up in large numbers to cheer for their team.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani singer Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan and Indian actor Amitabh Bachchan will sing their country's respective national anthems before the Pak-India World Twenty20 match at Kolkata's Eden Gardens stadium on March 19th.
Dil Dharakne Ka Sabab is a classical, sorrowful melody picturized on Naseeruddin Shah, with Shafqat Amanat Ali crooning the number.