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In this world majority of people who just work eat and live their whole life and there are some other people who have a mission in their life Alike Steve Jobs or other great people who connect people together and invent new technology to make human life easier Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is one of them who tried to connect people from different religion and different countries by singing the songs He was born in Pakistan after 3 years of partition of India He sings Qawwali the devotional music of the Sufis Many American heard his voice in the film of Dead man walking When I hear his Qawwali I felt myself as the character of the song who is doing different tasks in song or I related story line of the song to myself Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan had full team which has full balance they saying together in all of the live concerts Nusrat Fateh Ali Khans concerts were often rapturous events where fans showered the musicians in money He had worked with Bollywood movies where he sings Punjabi Folk songs He always held to special event and performed in temples and mosques He always said music has its own language and own religion I still watched his live concert on YouTube and I never get tired to hear the song I always felt different He sings in different language Punjabi Urdu Hindi and other language He works with Michael brook that time he wins a best music award As now his old songs have been remixed with new music it gets hit on YouTube My favorite song of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is Vich Pardesan that which is remixed by Dr Zeus He had different style it is hard to sing the way he sings thats the reason people really like him He did music concert in Europe and North America people from
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