Pakistani singer Muhammad Atif Aslam (Popularly known as 'Atif Aslam') was born on March 12,1983 in Wazirabad, Punjab. He is a versatile artist who's ability to adapt and mould into any genre of music is unique. He debut in Bollywood with blockbuster song ‘Woh lamhe woh baatein’ of Zeher. He has given significant contribution to Pakistan music too, thus receiving the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, one of Pakistan's highest civilian honours.
He completed his early education from Kimberley Hall School, Lahore in 1991 followed by St. Paul's Cambridge School in 1993 and Divisional Public School in 1995. He graduated from Punjab Institute of Computer Science. As a pop singer, his albums – Jal pari, Doorie and Meri Kahani were huge hits breaking many records. He has also sung a few Hollywood songs for the movies – Man push cart and The reluctant fundamentalist.
Among his wonderful hit Bollywood songs these songs were mega blockbusters - Tere Sang Yaara, Tajdar-E-Haram, Toota Jo Kabhi Tara, Khair Mangda, Tu Jaane Na, Jeene Laga Hoon, Kuch Is Tarah, Pehli Nazar Mein, Jeena Jeena, Woh Lamhe Woh Baatein, Piya O Re Piya, Tera Hone Laga Hoon, Man Aamadeh Am, Zindagi Aa Raha Hoon Main, Tere Bin, Tu Chahiye, Aadat, Mar Jaayen, Hona tha Pyar, Meri Kahani, Yun Pyaar Kar - Be Intehaan, Main Rang Sharbaton Ka, Tere Liye, O Mere Khuda, Bakhuda Tumhi Ho, Aa Bhi Ja Mere Mehermaan, Rang Jo Lagyo, Dil Kare, Tera Naam Doon, Doorie, Mahiya Ve Soniya, Bairiyaa.