LAHORE:A documentary film on 30 years career of singer turned religious scholar Junaid Jamshed will be released on December 1.
According to APP, Pakistani American Imran Ahmad Khan, producer and director of the film ‘Ansoo’, told that his film will show the secret aspects of Junaid Jamshed’s life as a kind person.
He said that last conversation of Junaid Jamshed before the crash of his aeroplane on December 7, 2016 is also a part of the film.
Junaid Jamshed started his singing career in 1980’s as lead singer of vital signs band. He was a man of many labels – a trendsetter, a spiritual inspiration, the centre of much media attention and never far from controversy.
Junaid’s father served in the air force. Junaid also wanted to become a fighter pilot but due to his week eyesight was unable to fulfill his dream.
It included the singles ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’, and ‘Tum Mil Gaye’. The famous ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’ that became the second national anthem was in this album.
In 1994, he released his debut solo album, Junaid of Vital Signs followed by Us Rah Par in 1999 and Dil Ki Baat in 2002.
According to BBC, In 2003 “Dil Dil Pakistan” was ranked third among the top 10 songs in a poll to choose the most popular songs
In 2004, Junaid Jamshed left the music industry after a spiritual awakening, choosing to devote his life to religious activities.
Junaid was awarded the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz in 2007. He has sung a number of Naats, Hamds and has been travelling in many parts of the world spreading the message of Islam.