Afreen Afreen Lyrics – Rahat fateh Ali Khan & Momina Mustehsan

Afreen Afreen

Aisa Dekha Nahi Khubsurat Koi
Jism Jaise Ajanta Ki Murat Koi
Jism Jaise Nigaahon Pah Jaadu Koi
Jism Naghmah Koi
Jism Khush-Bu Koi

Jism Jaise Mahakti Hui Chandani
Jism Jaise Machalti Hui Raagini
Jism Jaise Ki Khilta Hua Ik Chaman
Jism Jaise Ki Sooraj Ki Pahli Kiran
Jism Tarsha Hua Dil-Kash O Dil-Nisheen

Sandaleen Sandaleen
Marmareen Marmareen

Husn E Jaanaan Ki Tareef Mumkin Nhi
Husn E Jaanaan Ki Tareef Mumkin Nhi
Afreen Afreen
Afreen Afreen
Tu Bhi Dekhe Agar To Kahe Ham-Nisheen
Afreen Afreen
Afreen Afreen
Husn E Jaanaan Ki Tareef Mumkin Nhi
Husn E Jaanaan Ki Tareef Mumkin Nhi

Jaane Kaise Baandhe Tu Ne Akhiyon Ke Dor
Man Mera Khincha Chala Aaya Teri Or
Mere Chehre Ke Subh Zulfon Ki Sham
Mera Sab Kuchh Hai Piya Ab Se Tere Naam
Nazron Ne Teri Chhuwa
To Hai Yih Jaadu Hua
Hone Lagi Hun Main Haseen

Aafreen Aafreen Aafreen
Chehra Ek Phool Ki Tarh Shadab Hai
Chehra Us Ka Hai Ya Koyi Mahtaab Hai
Chehra Jaise Ghazal Chehra Jaan-E Ghazal
Chehra Jaise Kali Chehra Jaise Kanwal
Chehra Jaise Tasawwur Bhi Tasweer Bhi

Chehra Ek Khaab Bhi Chehra Taabeer Bhi
Chehra Koyi Alf Lailawi Daastaan
Chehra Ek Pal Yaqeen Chehra Ik Pal Gumaan
Chehra Jaisa Ke Chehra Kaheen Bhi Nhi
Maah-Ru Maah-Ru Mah-Jabeen Mah-Jabeen

Husn E Jaanaan Ki Tareef Mumkin Nhi
Husn E Jaanaan Ki Tareef Mumkin Nhi
Afreen Afreen
Afreen Afreen
Tu Bhi Dekhe Agar To Kahe Ham-Nisheen
Afreen Afreen
Afreen Afreen
Husn E Jaanaan Ki Tareef Mumkin Nhi
Husn E Jaanaan Ki Tareef Mumkin Nhi

Aafreen Aafreen
Aafreen Aafreen

About Rahat Fateh Aki Khan

About Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Sufi music, such as Qawwali, has been around for more than 700 years. In qawwali songs, praise is lavished upon Allah and Islamic virtues are extolled. Through ritualized listening, known as Sama, qawwali is intended to affect heightened spirituality. Poetic lyrics, coupled with a vivacious musical base and Sama’s participatory act, inspire ecstatic feelings of mystical adoration among both performers and audience members. In the history of qawwali, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was undoubtedly the most popular singer. In 1997, his nephew Rahat Fateh Ali Khan succeeded him as qawwal. He became the new leader of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s group after taking Nusrat’s first name in a traditional gesture of admiration.

He was tutored in qawwali music by his uncle at birth, after being born in Faisalabad, Pakistan. Rahat, a precocious child, began singing at the age of three with his uncle and his father, Farroukh Fateh Ali Khan, another respected qawwali singer. Rahat began formal training at the age of six with his uncle. Rahat joined his uncle’s celebrated group at the age of 15.

In addition to performing on recordings, Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan has also sung with Eddie Vedder at Tim Robbins’ Dead Man Walking Concert. Numerous shows around the globe continue to enthrall world audiences. On American Recordings, Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan released his self-titled album. Featuring four tracks recorded in Santa Monica, CA, it is both emotionally charged and expertly crafted. Rahat’s already potent sounds are boosted by the low end and tabla placed way up in the mix by producer Rick Rubin of Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Beastie Boys fame.

Although Rahat enjoys playing with Western pop musicians and recording in state-of-the-art studios, he is ultimately most concerned with the art of qawwali and its mystically imbued message. As he states, “qawwali music is not just music, it is a message. It was created by Sufis, and when we compose and practice it, it remains forever. Other music comes and goes, but qawwali never goes. It goes deep into your soul, deep into your spirit, and it makes you more human. Whenever I listen to this music, I feel that I have a responsibility to go and spread the message of Sufism. I hope that one day I will fulfill Nusrat’s desire to give this message throughout the world.”

About Momina Mustehsan

Performing artist, lyricist, and social activist Momina Mustehsan is from Pakistan. One of Pakistan’s most popular celebrities is Momina Mustehsan.

A native of Islamabad and a native of New York City. In addition to a Biomedical Engineering degree, Mustehsan earned an Applied Mathematics degree from Stony Brook University. As co-artist and author of Farhan Saeed’s single “Pee Jaun”, Mustehsan established unmistakable quality. With more than 100 million views, Awaari wound up one of the most watched tunes of Pakistan following her introduction. “Aaya Na Tu”, Mustehsan’s first single, was released in mid-2018. In less than 24 hours after its release, it climbed to number five on Youtube.

Mustehsan takes an interest in stage performances along with her singing vocation. In addition to advancing a variety of causes, such as training and emotional well-being, she is particularly vocal about issues like the job of women in Pakistan and women’s rights.

She has a mother, Huma Mustehsan, who is a specialist, and a father, Kazim Mustehsan, who is a resigned brigadier in the Pakistan Army and a recipient of Sitara-I-Imtiaz, the nation’s third highest honor.

With her song “Afreen” highlighting the maestro Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, the young lady with the songbird voice has created a stir. She has captured all the spotlight from the legend in their profound interpretation with her few lines in the notable tune.

She has a powerful voice that affects the hearts of a large number of people. Her voice and excellence inspire many people. 

Besides singing for Bollywood film “Ek Villian”, Momina also acted in it.

Singing in front of an easygoing crowd has been a part of her upbringing.

Her favorite song was Suraj Lakhon Tare, which she sang on every occasion and at every get-together at school.

It was her first time singing in her school’s ability show, and she cherished the experience!

After that, there was an ability show, and I was in the choir. Grandstanding was a necessity for everyone. Educator Momina Mustehsan asked if she had anything to show, and she replied, “She has no idea.”. The instructor also told her she sang well. It was at that point that I sang out of the blue. I didn’t think I could sing. During third grade, this happened. The experience was enjoyable.

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