Another photo shows Saifullah standing with his older brother
The youngest son of the late singer Junaid Jamshed has shared the news of his marriage on social media.
Saifullah Junaid Jamshed shared a series of photographs on Instagram.
The first photograph is a beautiful photo of the bride’s hand placed on top of Saifullah’s, adorned with mehndi and showing off their wedding rings.
The following images range from Saifullah dressed in a white outfit paired with a pastel pink waistcoat, to him signing the Nikah papers and accepting the marriage in front of his guests as he says “I do”.
Another photo shows Saifullah standing with his older brother Babar Junaid Jamshed and both share a striking resemblance to their late father.
Junaid Jamshed was a Pakistani singer and lead member of the hit boyband Vital Signs.
Famous for his striking green eyes and good looks, paired with his distinctive voice, Junaid Jamshed was the most popular member of his band and had girls swooning over him, with his posters plastered on bedroom walls.
Vital Signs song ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’ became a cricket anthem and catapulted Junaid Jamshed to national and international recognition.
Some of their hits include titles such as ‘Sanwli Saloni’, ‘Aetbaar’, ‘Tum Duur Theh’, ‘Gore Rang Ka Zamana’ and ‘Tumhara Aur Mera Naam’.
In the early 2000s, Junaid Jamshed underwent a significant transformation in his life and announced to his fans that he had left the world of music and turned towards Islamic preaching and philanthropy.
Following his new journey, Junaid Jamshed began hosting Islamic programmes via Ramadan transmissions where he shared his knowledge of Islam with his audience.
He began reciting Naats such as ‘Muhammad Ka Roza’, ‘Ilahi Teri Chokat Peh’, and ‘Duniya Ke Aeh Musafir’.
To add to his many talents, Junaid Jamshed proceeded to start his clothing brand named ‘J.’, which became well-known for its modest and Islamic-inspired fashion.
In a tragic turn of events, Junaid died in a plane crash on December 7, 2016, in Pakistan, leaving the showbiz industry in a state of shock.
The plane was en route from Chitral to Islamabad when it crashed near Abbottabad.
The accident claimed the lives of all 48 passengers on board, leaving behind a legacy of his contributions to both the entertainment industry and religious and charitable activities.
Following his funeral prayers that took place in Karachi, Junaid’s sons gave a statement in which they urged the public to pray for their father and the other victims.
The boys were asked if they would follow in their father’s footsteps and join the world of music, but Taimoor stated it would be disrespectful to their father because he had left his musical career to focus on religion.
“My father left this world while working on great causes and I will never disrespect his memory by taking up singing.”
“I request everyone to pray regularly. This is what my father did.
“He would always offer prayers, recite supplications and that’s why he received so much love from people.”