Sahir Ali Bagga receives a 10-year golden visa from UAE


Sahir Ali Bagga – the Pakistani singer and musician – received a ten-year golden visa from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

According to the details, the news has been announced by the singer himself in a post on the social media platform Instagram today (Tuesday, August 22). He shared a picture of himself receiving a golden visa from the Emirati authorities on the photo and video-sharing app Instagram.

While sharing the picture, Sahir Ali Bagga wrote, “I am deeply grateful to the Dubai government for placing trust in my performance and granting me a 10-year golden visa. This is no less than a great achievement for me. @gdrfadubai. Special thanks to @muhammadmoazzamqureshi1 Those who have assisted in completing this task with great ease.”

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It is pertinent to mention here that the Emirati government has already given golden visas to many prominent personalities in Pakistan.

Sahir Bagga – son of the 1970s Pakistani music composer and drummer Amjad Hussain – is a Lahore-based Pakistani vocalist, music director, and composer who writes songs for both independent and Lollywood singers. He most recently wrote the score for the Pakistani film Zinda Bhaag (2013). He also contributed two songs—Koi Dil Mein and Chell Oi—to the soundtracks of the Pakistani films Hijrat (2016) and Tamanna (2014). He has also written the soundtrack for Ishq-e-Benaam on Hum TV. He garnered more notoriety by participating in Pakistan’s Coke Studio. His well-known soundtracks include “Yeh Mumkin Tou Nahin”, “Malang”, “Baazi”, “Rab Waaris”, “Roye Roye”, “Dhola”, and “Badnamiyan”.