Ali Zafar’s upcoming film ‘Aman ki Asha’ renamed as ‘Total Siyappa’

November 14, 2013
Ali Zafar

Ali Zafar’s film Aman ki Asha renamed as Total Siyappa

Ali Zafar‘s latest venture into the Indian film industry is all set to tickle the audience’s funny bones by bringing to light the ever-contentious Pakistan-India rivalry. The tremendously talented, emerging director Eeshwar Nivas of De Taali and My Name is Anthony Gonsalves fame brings together renowned and beloved actors like Ali Zafar, Anupam Kher and Kiron Kher in this film, which has been rechristened ‘Total Siyappa’ from its earlier title, ‘Aman ki Asha‘. The film tells a touching and humorous tale of Aman, a Pakistani Muslim boy based in London who falls in love with a Hindu Indian girl, Asha, played by Yami Gautam. The story kicks off with Asha taking Aman home to meet her parents, which marks the beginning of the roller coaster ride of laughter interspersed with heart-rending scenes as a chain of hysterical errors is set into motion.

Ali Zafar on a break in London

August 12, 2013
Ali Zafar on a break in London

Ali Zafar on a break in LondonAli Zafar, the emerging star of the subcontinent has taken a break from all the hard work of hectic tours and film shootings and is on vacation in London with his family.

The multitalented actor/singer /composer/painter had just returned from a successful tour in US and decided it was time to recuperate. Ali Zafar established himself in the public’s heart with the movie ‘Tere Bin Laden’ and since then has given back to back hit films with the latest being ‘Chashme Baddoor’. The audience loves him with all his boyish charms and has dubbed him as the new lover boy of Bollywood.

‘I am being offered gangster roles and action movies now’ – Ali Zafar Exclusive from Mumbai

June 27, 2013
Ali Zafar

Ali ZafarAli Zafar has it all, looks, charm, style and most importantly talent. The huge success of his recent romantic comedy ‘Chashme Baddoor‘ has added to his growing fan base here and across the border. The multitalented star is now back in Mumbai after the Cannes Film Festival in France, to work on his upcoming movie Aman Ki Asha where he recently gave an exclusive interview.

When asked in the interview regarding Katrina’s promise to be in one of his song video’s here is what Ali said, “When a video song does come up, I will call up Katrina, we are good friends and are in touch as friends normally do.” Although he is not currently working with her on any project. Ali’s and Katrina’s chemistry was highly popular and was well received by the audience.

Ali Zafar performing with SRK, Katrina, Preity on Valentine’s Day

February 6, 2013

PR – 2013 is proving to be a big year for Ali Zafar. With five major projects already in the pipeline, Ali Zafar will be setting the stage on fire on Valentine’s Day in Muscat with a sixth. Not only will he be putting on his trademark electrifying performance and wooing fans, he will also be performing alongside Bollywood A-listers Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Preity Zinta. It is quite clear that Ali’s fame and self-effacing charm precedes him wherever he goes. Pakistan’s golden boy is quickly becoming a household name in Bollywood as well.

A source close to the event divulged,

Strings and Euphoria to record a song “Aman Ki Asha”

February 2, 2011

Pakistani Pop rock band Strings and Indian rock band Euphoria have been promoting peace talks between Pakistan and India. Both the bands have been supporting Aman Ki Asha, a peace initiative, for a year now.

Strings and Euphoria are all set to collaborate again for a song called “Aman Ki Asha” which has been written by Palash Sen, the lead vocalist of Euphoria. The song is about promoting peace between India and Pakistan, and how a peace pact between both the nations shall benefit the entire South-East Asian region.

Pakistani Musicians Won Awards at Mirchi Music Awards 2010

January 28, 2011
Mirchi Music Awards 2010

Mirchi Music Awards 2010MUMBAI: Radio Mirchi geared up for the third edition of India’s leading music awards ceremony, “Mirchi Music Awards 2010” which were held last night (January 27, 2011) at the MMRDA Complex in Bandra, Mumbai, India.

Mirchi Music Awards, instituted by Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM, celebrates excellence in the music industry of India. Positioned and envisioned as the Grammys of India, the Mirchi Music Awards are purely Bollywood awards. It is an award of excellence and not a popularity award. The event was supported by the Singers Association of India and the Music Composers Association of India.

Pakistani musicians swept Mirchi Music Awards as Rahat Fateh Ali Khan was nominated under four different categories for his bollywood songs while Amanat Ali, Najam Sheraz, Shafqat Amanat Ali & Shiraz Uppal were also nominated.

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Wins GIMA Award for ‘Aman Ki Asha’

November 11, 2010

Rahat Fateh Ali KhanMumbai, Nov 11: Music is a universal language. It speaks across geographies, across cultures. With music, nothing is lost in translation. Based on this inspiring thought this year Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Shankar Mahadevan have been awarded for the Best Non Film Music Album (Aman Ki Asha) at India’s first and the biggest music awards, the Global Indian Music Awards (GIMA) and the award was presented by Raju Hirani, the director of the famous film, 3 Idiots.

Atif Aslam & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan were also nominated under the same category of the ‘Best Playback Singer (Male) at GIMA. Unfortunately they couldn’t win the award.