Atif Aslam reveals his Craziest Fan Moment

Renowned playback singer, Atif Aslam, who has a large fan following in Pakistan and India revealed his craziest fan moment.

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Atif confirmed this crazy fan was a man.

Popular Pakistani playback singer Atif Aslam shared his craziest fan moment and it is certainly shocking.

Known as one of Pakistan’s most renowned singers, Atif has also extended his charm and talent across the border in India.

The singer made his Lollywood debut in the 2011 film, Bol. Despite being his career in acting, Atif went on to captivate fans with his amazing vocal abilities.

Some of his hit songs include ‘Dil Diyan Gallan’ from Tiger Zinda Hai (2017), ‘Pehli Nazar Mein’ from Race (2008), ‘Dekhte Dekhte’ from Dekhte Dekhte (2018) just to name a few.

Understandably, having such a successful career in the music industry leads to a rather large fan following worldwide.

Atif is certainly one of the most followed male celebrities of Pakistan.

As a result of this fame, he is often bombarded with photo and autograph requests by his fans.

However, what happens when fans do not get their requests fulfilled by the star they so strongly admire?

It appears Atif Aslam had one such incident to share.

On a chat show, Atif Aslam shared the story of a fan who asked him for a picture when he was in a rush.

Atif recalled that he had parked his car outside his friend’s house.

Atif further added that he took a selfie with this particular fan two to three days ago.

Yet, his fans did not agree with Atif and said that must have been with someone else.

Before leaving, the fan said “I love you” to which the host asked if it was a man.

Atif confirmed this crazy fan was a man.

He continued to mention that after two hours when he came out there were scratches all over his car.

On the car was written, “I love you, Atif Aslam.”

It seems the award-winning singer has many admiring male fans.

Atif’s impressive career has seen him be awarded the fourth-highest award given to civilians in Pakistan, Tamgha-e-Imtiaz.

His melodies voice is recognised by many across the world. Yet, what many recently discovered is Atif has a surprisingly good female singing voice.

During the Covid-19 lockdown, Atif joined Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik in an online interaction on Instagram Live.

Atif was asked if he could sing in a female voice. Accepting the challenge, he sang a few lines of the Farida Khanum’s 1988 hit song, ‘Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo.’

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