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Ali Zafar Considering PSL 9 Anthem

Singing sensation Ali Zafar takes polls on X for popular opinion about him becoming part of PSL again

As the nation is all set to host one of the most anticipated cricketing events, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) — which is just a month away — fans eagerly wait for the exciting anthem for its season 9.

When it comes to PSL songs, the first name that comes to mind is Pakistani singing sensation Ali Zafar, who has given anthems for the first three seasons of the tournament.

In 2016, Ali Zafar sang and produced Ab Khel Ke Dikha. The following year, the anthem Ab Khel Jamay Ga broke records of cricket anthems, becoming the most popular song following its release in 2018. Next year, Dil Se Jaan Laga De by Zafar came out as the anthem for season 3.

Fawad Khan and Youthful Desi additionally worked together for the 2019 song of devotion named Khel Deewano Ka, composed by Shuja Haider, which likewise acquired some unmistakable quality, while Tayyar Hain in 2020 highlighted the aggregate abilities of Ali Azmat, Haroon, Asim Azhar, and Arif Lohar.

The 2021 song of praise, Furrow Mera, united Aima Baig, Naseebo Lal, and Youthful Shockers, catching the substance of the game.

Agay Dekh in 2022 exhibited Atif Aslam and Aima Baig’s melodic ability, with verses by Abdullah Siddiqui and Natasha Noorani.

The 2023 hymn, Sab Sitaray Humaray, highlights Asim Azhar, Shae Gill, and Faris Shafi, who took the distinctions.

Be that as it may, fans generally contrasted Stomach muscle Khel Jamay Ga and the melodies as a whole.

This time around, Zafar posted on X (previously Twitter) and transparently scrutinized the likely effect of his contribution in making the song of praise for the PSL this year and requested that individuals vote.

He looked for fair sentiments from people in general, contemplating whether such a commitment would reinforce the picture of both the PSL and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), strengthen the connection with the audience, and generate increased financial benefits for all stakeholders.

Zafar communicated an absence of self image and stressed his certified interest in understanding the feelings and inclinations of individuals of Pakistan, standing out them from the viewpoints of a limited handful people standing firm on compelling or legitimate situations.

In another post, he focused on that he would give a clarification of this post later and ask individuals to just cast a ballot.

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