Atif Aslam And Badshah To Sing Along In Dubai

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The iconic Atif Aslam and Badshah from Pakistan and India are going to perform in The Dubai Sports City 2 Nation Music gig. This will be before coming together for the four-hour show’s grand finale.

Atif Aslam

Reported by Khaleej Times, Atif Aslam and Badshah have joined hands in hands to perform and it is for a good cause. They will spread the message of peace through their melodious vocals live in Emirates. The show is going to be held on September 7th.

Pakistani host Waqar Zaka and Punjabi artist Flint J along with local DJ’s will be joining the duo in Dubai at the event.

Atif Aslam, the biggest renowned singer, is worldwide famous for his mystic voice. He has recorded numerous songs both in Pakistan and India. Whereas Aditya Prateek Singh Sisodia AKA Badshah is an Indian rapper who started his career with Honey Singh but later split. He too has done multiple hits in movies and had copious single hits.

Atif Aslam’s Mahi Ve, Ankhon Se and Who Lamhey and Badshah’s Kar Gayi Chul, DJ Waley Babu have had over a million fans in their time.

Event Manager Talks About Atif Aslam’s Performance

Dubai Sport’s City’s event manager, Salman Hanif said the event will be themed around Pakistan and India’s Independence Day celebrations. Both the countries flags, banners, and music will be together for the harmonious event.

Talking to Gulf News tabloid, Hanif indicated,

“India and Pakistan are two of the biggest communities we have in the UAE. And the idea was to bring them together with a message of peace and unity on one stage. We plan to make this an annual event.”

Said Syed Saad, Managing Director of organizers Mirchi Entertainment said: “We are expecting a strong crowd of 8,000 plus spectators. As both artists commanded a large fan following in the UAE. We felt such a concert was important in today’s political climate. Especially one with a message that says music has no boundaries.”

We’re looking forward to September 7th to witness the event either live or on our television screens.

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