Atif Aslam says that the love he received from India is still with him: ‘It’s in my heart’

Tahir Yameen

20th Aug, 2021. 06:24 pm
Atif Aslam

Atif Aslam is a Pakistani singer, composer, and actor. He was born on March 12, 1983, in Pakistan. On July 17, 2004, Atif Aslam published his first collection, Jal Pari, which was a huge success. In the year 2005.

In 2011, Atif Aslam has made a big appearance by performing in the social film Bol. Atif Aslam has sung various blockbuster topping songs. In 2008, Atif Aslam was also awarded the fourth-highest award in Pakistan, the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, which is presented to regular Pakistanis.

He has stated that he has no regrets over not being able to read music like Chashni for Bharat for Bollywood. The musician, who has a long list of Bollywood hits under his belt, further stated that if it was meant to be, it would have happened.

“To be very honest, I don’t think it is bittersweet…You cannot do anything about it so I don’t look back and regret that ‘Oh my God, I think that I would have sung Chashni’ and all that. But it is interesting in a way that I have worked the most over there and I have enjoyed myself thoroughly. The love that I have gotten from there I still have it, my heart has it.”

“It can never be bittersweet because I am a firm believer in the fact that if something is for me, it will come to me. If something is not meant to be, you should not have regrets. So it was not in my control to stay back in Pakistan or not to sing for Bollywood movies. It was meant to be like this and it’s good if you accept certain things and embrace them.”



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