Bands like Strings, Junoon, vital signs, Awaz took music of Pakistan to the skies of glory, where as solo songs by Zohaib Hasaan,Nazia Hasaan, Haroon, Faakhir, Juniad Jamshaid, Jawad Ahmed, Abrarul Haque, Hadiqa Kiyani, Sajjad Ali and Ali Haider attracted a wide and rapid ever-growing list of fans.
Once you turn on your cassette players or ipods to listen to these songs, you will find your self flowing in the sweetest melodies and poetic lyrics. Even the videos of these songs would be perfectly harmonized with the culture of Pakistan. Simple and innocent. For instance, remember the video of Zara chehra to dikhao, Sanwali Saloni and Zalim nazron se? All were the sure-hit of that time. Unlike the songs of the current times, most of which are sold to India, the songs of 90's would only feature the simple, fully covered models avoiding all sort of unnecessary fusion of the male or female models. That was the real Pakistani culture. That was the real essence of Pakistani music infact.
|Mr.Fraudiye was the most favorite song of 90's of all age groups.|
No matter, what the music popularity chart shows, its a fact that people still love the music of 90's. Including the children who were not lucky enough to be born in the mentioned eras. I also remember the songs of mid 90's, however i love to browse, find and listen the songs of old times again and again.Who can forget the memorable song Purani jeans, chaand sa mukhra, Mr.Fraudie, Ae Jawaan and dil dil Pakistan?
Do you also miss golden era of Pakistani pop music?