"the whole universe conspired to help you achieve it.”
Ali Haider has released his new single after a 10-year hiatus from the music industry.
His latest release, ‘Dholan Yaar’, was released at an event held in Dallas but promotions of the song were shared on Ali’s Instagram page.
The glamorous red carpet premiere was attended by a number of notable figures from various fields.
Ali addressed his excited fans and said that his new track was an upbeat song with a mix of Urdu and Punjabi lyrics.
CEO of FunAsia Vaishali Thakkar makes an appearance in the music video and says that she believes her daughters are her inspiration and calls her husband her inspiration.
Quoting Brazilian lyricist Paulo Coelho, Vaishali said:
“And when you want something, the whole universe conspired to help you achieve it.”
Since its release on YouTube, the song has garnered much love and fans have come forward to leave reviews on the latest release.
One fan said: “Ali Haider and Vaishali Thakkar’s latest song and music video are nothing short of pure awesomeness.
Their collaborative effort has resulted in a masterpiece that captivates both the ears and the eyes.
“The song’s melodious tunes and heartfelt lyrics create an enchanting atmosphere that is impossible to resist.
“Ali Haider’s soulful vocals perfectly complement Vaishali Thakkar’s captivating presence in the music video making it a visual and auditory treat.”
Another fan said: “A truly delightful song! Congratulations to the talented team!”
As well as being a talented singer, Ali is also a fashion designer and has previously tried his hand at hosting.
He also appeared in the drama serial Tumse Kehna Tha in 1995 with Marina Khan, Farhan Ali Agha, Badar Khalil and Salma Zafar.
The drama is an adaptation of the Hollywood film While You Were Sleeping, and was the debut screenplay for actor Syed Mohammad Ahmed.
It was directed by Sahira Kazmi and the drama ran for a total of 15 episodes.
He was considered to be a pop sensation during the 1990s and enticed audiences with hits such as ‘Purani Jeans’, ‘Zaalim Nazron se’, ‘Chand Sa Mukhra’ and ‘Tera Naam Liya Tho.’
Ali Haider took a break from singing after the death of his young son in 2009. He returned shortly in 2012 but instead of music, he began reciting Islamic poetry known as Hamds and Naats.