Junaid Jamshed’s sons recite naats to pay tribute to their late father

When Junaid Jamshed passed away on December 7, he left behind an extensive legacy, one that his sons seem determined to carry forward.

The singer’s son, Babar has recorded his father’s favourite naat, Mera Dil Badal De.

Babar had also released a version of Ilahi Teri Chokhat Pe Bikhari Ban Ke Aya Hun earlier which was also received really well.

His eldest son, Taimur too released a reply to Muhammad Ka Roza; his first naat is called Tabeeb-u-Zamaan.

In a Facebook post where he shared the video, Taimur said, “I’d like to add that I am not trying to be like my father, I’m trying to continue his legacy and I need everyone’s love, support & duas.”

Junaid Jamshed and his wife Nayha Jamshed were on board Pakistan International Airlines flight PK-661, which crashed on the way to Islamabad from Chitral today. He and Nayha are confirmed dead.


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