Singer Ali Zafar shared a sneak peak of his anthem for the fifth version of the Pakistan Super League on Twitter on Sunday night time.

He posted a 15 second BTS video from his studio and mentioned: “Bhaee Aa Raha hai!”

Bhaee Aa Raha hai! #bhaeehazirhai

— Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) February 23, 2020

On Monday morning, he shared one other teaser video. In a tweet, he mentioned: “Little warm up before recording the Dhols. Jo maza “live” mein hai. Jo maza life hai. Enjoy kerein.”

Little heat up earlier than recording the Dhols. Jo maza “live” mein hai. Jo maza life hai. Enjoy kerein. #bhaeehazirhai

— Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) February 24, 2020

In an interview with SAMAA TV, Zafar additionally revealed some lyrics from his upcoming PSL anthem.

Last week, Junoon’s entrance man Ali Azmat claimed that his PSL anthem was receiving hate as a result of “bloggers were especially hired by singers to spread hate against the anthem”.

The pop-singer claimed that singers who had beforehand sung anthems for the match had conspired in opposition to this yr’s anthem Tayyar Hain.

Zafar had beforehand sung the anthems for a number of seasons of the match.

In response to Azmat’s remark, Zafar took to Twitter and posted a video filled with sarcasm. “Whatever problem you have in life, whether it’s social, or economic or the failure of a song or an event, there’s only one person responsible for it and that’s me,” the singer mentioned.

Zindagi me koi masla ho. #bhaeehazirhai

— Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) February 21, 2020

Singer Asim Azhar, who additionally sang Tayyar Hain, was dragged into the struggle between the superstars mentioned that he revered Ali Zafar.

Ismay insult ki kya baat hai. 😊 He’s my senior & I respect him for the work he’s completed. I’d be very happy to assist something for the betterment of Pakistan. Yehi tou masla hai. Hum aapas mai hello batay hue hain. Aik dusray ko assist karnay ki zarurat hai. 💚

— Asim Azhar (@AsimAzharr) February 22, 2020


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