Sahir Ali Bagga is a Famous singer of Pakistan. He started his career as a Drummer in 1989. He has sung many fabulous Soundtrack (OSTs) of super hit drama serials such as Munafiq, Ana, Ehd-e-Wafa, Deewangi and Mehrposh. His voice, every time, console the people having different themes. Sahir is known in the Pakistani industry as a composer, Music Director, Singer, Instrumentalist, Lyricist and record producer. He composed Music for Zindha Bhaag Pakistani movie.
His father, Amjad Hussain, was playing percussions on the track and little Bagga had accompanied him to the plant. Once assembled, Madam Noor Jehan’s accompanying musician’s plant themselves without a drummer.
The film’s songwriter, Riaz Sahab, suggested little Bagga as a relief for the missing drummer, an idea met by mixed responses. Bagga’s father worked off musical memorandum, a skill that Bagga had picked up — he was made to read through the memorandum as the drumkit was set up for him. Because his legs were too short to reach the kick pedal, its position had to be acclimated — indeed also, little Bagga had to strain to reach it. Riaz Sahab and Amjad stood with him as he played, the other musicians at a safe distance, not wanting to crowd the youthful child and overwhelm him. Sahir Ali demonstrated what he could do, his father instructing and correcting him, and to the general satisfaction of the gathered company, managed to learn his corridor.
To save little Bagga’s energy, he was told to skip the practices, a suggestion he met with a considerable kick. Little Bagga was agitated, ready to show these grown-ups what he could do, and didn’t want to be left out. He was told he could join in by smoothly beating the cans with his hands. While the grown-ups rehearsed, Bagga sat at the barrel tackle, watching and staying, gratifying himself with what little he was allowed to do.
By the time Madam Noor Jehan stepped into the plant, little Sahir was fired up and ready to be let loose. She may not have been used to seeing a child in her recording sessions, but she took it in her stride. The song began and Bagga gave it all he got, eyes fused to the musical notes in front of him, only moving to look up at his father from time to time. As Anjuman Shaheen dances to the song in Bilawal, lip-syncing to Madam Noor Jehan’s voice, little Bagga can be heard playing his cans, his legs straining to reach the kick pedal.
Sahir Ali Bagha had formerly discarded toy buses for musical instruments by the time he played on Noor Jehan’s track. At home, he’d always be planted playing with his father’s percussion instruments – woodblocks, tablas, congas. In a YouTube videotape, Bagga’s father tells the story of 7 year-old Sahir Ali Bagga helping him set up his first electronic drum kit. Indeed when he got into trouble, it was because of musical instruments — he remembers breaking the window of a locked room to get to the drum kit. Substantially, Bagga was just curious. He’d hear for sounds in songs and his 7 year-old mind would go home and try to recreate them with what he could find.
“In our family, you would be pulled into music if you showed a gift for it,” Sahir explains. He spent his nonage in the hallways and apartments of the Tafu Gharana’s haveli in Lahore’s Bhati Gate, girdled by relatives and uncles. Taken in as an apprentice amongst this ménage of ustads, he was playing for musical titans similar as Ghulam Ali, Lata Mangeshkar, and Mehdi Hassan Khan – at whose half- joking decree Bagga cut off his long hair – during his teenage times.
Childlike curiosity turned into imagination and Bagga planted himself exploring other musical avenues, empty for creative outlets that allowed for invention. Bands like Jupiter came on and Bagga started uniting with artists like Jawad Ahmed, who induced Sahir Ali to try his hand at composing. All that he’d been learning and storing in his musical mind since he was that eight-time-old, staying to be let loose, made Bagga a protean patron. For the over 5000 songs that he’s produced, Bagga would occasionally sing companion lyrics in the rally tracks. They’d be meant to guide the voice on their corridor, but music directors began asking Bagga to sing. With that same curiosity, Sahir threw himself into a career as a pantomime, erecting a protean force as a voice.
Throughout his career, Sahir Ali Bagga has been guided by his imagination and his desire for trial, reaching into the musical storehouse inside his mind, chancing ways to revise what he has seen and learned. His music is embedded forcefully in the colors of the Key and when he talks about invention, it’s with a repeated emphasis on doing so with original instruments, musical scales, and measures. “I always, always want to do music that’s ours, that comes from our soil,” he says conclusively, “because our culture, our music, is unequaled in the world.”
Sahir Ali Bagga Songs List:
- Bharosa Pyar Tera
- Aye dil tu bata
- Mumkin to nahi
- Kahin deep jalay
- Pakistan zindabad
- Anaa – ost
- Maaf karen tu maula maaf Karen
- Mein teinu samjhawan ki
- Bagga ghar titli ka par
- Dard kam nahi hota
- Tu kya jane
- Roye roye
- Tum se hi taluq hai
- Maula meri tauba
- Hum tere sapahi hain
Live Concert Schedule 2022:
Sahir Ali Bagha share his Live Concert Schedule on Instagram March, 2022.
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He likes to active on Instagram. He shared his live concert schedules and other activities. His fan following cross 1.5m followers on Instagram. His Instagram account link given below.
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