Ali Zafar is an exemplary actor, singer, and composer of music. He has accomplished a lot, and he rarely gives bad advice regarding music!
The well-known Pakistani singer-songwriter, who has won awards both domestically and abroad for his work in Bollywood and music, has established himself as one of the leading figures in the music business. The well-known Jhoom singer has a string of successful hits under his belt.
He frequently uses catchy beats to delight his devoted fan base and impart music quality knowledge. Zafar, who has an incredible 5.8 million Instagram followers, recently shared a post that was both a visual and aural treat for social media users and a lesson in music.
The Sajania star shared a picture on Instagram that brought back memories of “simpler times” when “no mistakes were allowed” and autotune was an unusual idea. The post was intended for his devoted fan base who like old school classics.
Zafar added that singers “justiced” the songs by expressing their emotions as required by the music directors of the day, and that music placed a strong emphasis on “poetry and composition.’
The 43-year-old singer also emphasised to his audience that true art is lost in time and that there are no quick routes to success or recognition.
For fans of vintage school classics. simpler days. Every musician would practise and record in unison. Errors are not permitted. No auto tuners,” the actor from Teefa In Trouble wrote.
“A strong focus on poetry and composition, with singers doing justice to appropriately convey the emotion as directed by the film’s music director and screenplay,” he revealed
“If you want to make it and sustain it,” Zafar continued. Put a lot of effort into your craft. Pay attention to the artwork. No shortcuts.
Zafar wrote, tagging Manesh Judge and Noor Lodhi, Tere Mere Milan Ki Yeh Raina is one of my personal faves during a spontaneous jam.