The Pakistani singer, songwriter, and actor have been in the limelight from the age of 14.
From writing his first song at the age of 16 to becoming the youngest performer to be featured on Coke Studio Pakistan at the age of 21, Uzair Jaswal has quickly established himself as a heavyweight in the Pakistani music industry.
Uzair, who made his Bollywood playback singing debut in Ek Paheli Leela (2015), has managed to garner quite a strong fan following in India also.
Here are some of his best songs.
There’s a special bond that is shared by two people who love each other. This bond goes beyond the physical being and can only be experienced by those who have experienced true love.
In this song, Uzair sings about his ‘poor heart’ and his feelings after being separated from the one he loved.
The album is a great collection of 10 songs and of which you’ll get addicted just after listening it once. Each song is worth listening to and no doubt you’re going to like it
Tere Bin Nahi Lage
The song is about longing that ‘special someone’ and all the pain that comes with reminiscing about the beautiful memories you shared together.
Originally released in 2010, this track was slightly modified and used in the Sunny Leone starrer Ek Paheli Leela (2015).
Nindiya Ke Paar
How many emotions can you squeeze in to one song? Well, this Uzair Jaswal song takes you to a place that is sad, fascinating, bleak and beautiful at the same time.
When listening to this song, be prepared to take a deep spiritual journey with Uzair’s soulful vocals.
This upbeat and peppy number is all you need to brighten your day and lift up your spirit. This song, featuring Uzair’s melodic voice coupled with a catchy beat, is all you need to profess your love to your partner.
This beautiful song, composed with a classical touch, is the epitome of love. Uzair’s voice creates a magic that will bound you to hit the replay button again and again.
Another groovy number, with a dash of fun and mischief thrown on top of it that highlights the range and diversity of Uzair’s singing.
The quirky and sometimes weird retro-themed music video, featuring throwbacks to classic movies and songs like Grease, MJ’s Thriller and Dracula, makes for an interesting watch also.