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OST of Khuda aur Muhabbat reaches 100 million views on YouTube

Pakistani drama serial Khuda aur Muhabbat's OST has reached 100 million views on YouTube, making it the first Pakistani OST to reach such a remarkable feat.

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Song of drama serial, Khuda aur Muhabbat, has crossed 100 million views on YouTube. The OST of Khuda or Muhabbat has become the first-ever Pakistani OST to reach 100 million views.

The song has been sung by maestro Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Nisa Asher while the drama serial was premiered on January 29th, 2021. The song has been composed by Naveed Nowshad and written by Qamar Nowshad. Both Khan and Asher have made it into a magical song with their powerful vocals.

Earlier, the serial smashed several records as it became the first Pakistani serial to cross 60 million views on its first episode. Despite massive popularity, the serial had gained criticism for the inappropriate storyline. The song has reached 100 million views in the first four months of its release.

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Nida Asher’s excitement

Nida Asher, a British-Pakistani singer, has celebrated the success of the song. Talking to Pakistan media outlet, Asher said that she is excited that OST featuring her voice has made a remarkable success.

She said she was offered the song while she was visiting her family in Lahore. She said she was left shocked when she was asked to sing a few lines with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.

“I went to meet Ustad Rahat as a fan and a follower and I was totally shocked when I was asked to sing the song with him. I was under huge pressure but I managed it. I did my best to make sure that I met the expectations of a great singer like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. It happened just like that. There was no planning.”

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She said: “I am thankful to Naveed Nashad and Qamar Nowshad for the opportunity. This OST is the biggest hit of my life and I have been singing ever since I was a child.” Nisha lives in East London with her parents and two sisters.

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