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Omer Nadeem


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This was where the band Jal was born, right before the very eyes of Omer Nadeem, as Atif was invited by Goher at Haider Haleem’s place so that the four of them would Jam together and compose music. Thus Omer Nadeem was part of the official line up of Jal in 2001 playing bass for them. The much famous controversy occurred then between Atif and Goher where ways were parted and Omer started playing lead guitars for Atif in concerts. It was an open war between Jal and Atif in which Omer Nadeem was silently caught up. He even got an offer from Goher Mumtaz to be the vocalist of Jal, which he refused, due to such high scale of the controversy existing between the two performers and the uncertainty of who is right and who is wrong.

Eventually Jal found a new voice, Farhan, and Omer left Atif Aslam with Haider to start their own band ‘Sifaar’ which started off with their debut song ‘Hadh’ released on 21st September 2004. The song was recorded in Mekaal Hasan Studios with Salman Albert playing drums and acoustic guitars and Mekaal Hasan also playing some lead guitar parts. It got a great response over the internet and was a hit. Along with Sifaar, Omer and Haider also started helping Roxen out, as the vocalist Mustafa Zahid contacted these two young talents through Atif Aslam and asked for their help. Omer Nadeem composed 5 songs for Roxen during that time which are:

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