Asrar releases Bas Ik Nazar to express love for Prophet Muhammad

Asrar releases Bas Ik Nazar to express praises, love and devotion for Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ‘Alayhi Wa Sallam). At the heart of every Muslim also lies the love Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ‘Alayhi Wa Sallam) – The last Messenger of mankind. Bas Ik Nazar is directed and delivered beautifully.

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Keeping the ‘not going outside’ constraint because of COID-19 in mind, the video for Bas Ik Nazar is creative. Asrar’s vocals as always are flawless. The entire production and post production team has done a wonderful job for the video.
The video is directed by Adnan Tariq while the music is by Asrar and Majid Raza. Majod Raza also happens to be the executive producer for Bus Ik Nazar.
The rest of the team is credited as:
Asst Director: Raafid Naveed
DOP: Hamza Tariq
Asst DOP: Amad Somi
Edit/Colour Grading: Kamran Ehsaan
Produced by: Raagbaaz

Asrar was featured in Coke Studio Season 7 with his original “Sub Aakho Ali Ali”

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Born in Pakistan administered Kashmir on April 20, Asrar is settled in Lahore, Pakistan. From an early age, he was inspired by Sufi music and started writing his own songs. In 2011 he released his debut single “Nai Saiyyo”. in 2014, Asrar was featured in Coke Studio with his original “Sub Aakho Ali Ali” . He made his Bollywood debut in July 2015 with a song Afghan Jalebi for the film Phantom. Asrar also did the vocals for Pakistani Drama Cheekh starring Saba Qamar Zaman and Bilal Asharf in lead roles, while Aijaz Aslam, Maira Khan, Emmad Irfani and Azekah Daniel in supportive roles.

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Poems or verses composed/written to narrate the greatness of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ‘Alayhi Wa Sallam) or to show how much one loves HIM are called Madih in Arabic and Naat in Urdu. Commonly the term Na’at-Shareef (exalted poetry) is reserved and used for poetry in the praise of Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu ‘Alayhi Wa Sallam) written in Pashto, Bengali, Urdu, English, Turkish, Persian, Arabic, Punjabi, Sindhi, Sylheti & Kashmiri.

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