‘Politics Apni Jagah’ but Junaid Safdar’s vocals won our heart-Fashion Times Magazine

 Junaid Safdar and Ayesha Saif Khan recently got married in London. For the unversed, Junaid is the son of PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz and Captain Muhammad Safdar Awan. Junaid looked dapper in a tuxedo while Ayesha looked stunning in a pastel Sabyasachi lehenga choli.

 


For obvious reasons the internet was curious to know more details about the big fat wedding. The highlight of the wedding was a video that surfaced on the internet showcasing the groom’s soulful signing skills on Mohammad Rafi ‘s 1977 classic, Kya Hua Tera Vaada.

 

 

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Junaid’s great vocal won hearts all across. Popular celebrities and netizens alike expressed their views.

Wow’ posted Saboor Aly and Zoya Nasir

 

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Singer Bilal Maqsood took a sly dig PML-N, but gave ‘full marks’ to his singing

 

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Popular TV host Mathira called out Bilal while sharing the singer’s post and penned, “Please stop being rude. It’s his happy moment.”

 

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Vj and Actor Anoushey Ashraf kept her political views aside and called it ‘Sweet’

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Popularly known for her potshots on the present government, actor Iffat Omar responded with a desi ‘wah’

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Elan’s creative head Khadija Shah was all praises and called it ‘Amazing’

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Areeba Habib labeled it as the ‘Sweetest thing on the internet’

 

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Senior Journalist Maliha Rehman shared another video of Junaid’s soulful voice

 

 

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A post shared by Maliha Rehman (@maliharehman1)

Nitizens took to social media and applauded the musical performance and choice of song

 


We at Fashion Times feel that Junaid Safdar can pursue a career in singing. Someone, send him a mic please.

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