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.Occupation(s).Years active1971 – 2019Attaullah Khan Esakhelvi عطااللہ خان عیسی خیلوی);(19 August 1951; surname also translated as Esa Khailvi) also known as ' Lala' (which means 'elder brother' in ) is a award-winning musician from,. He was thrown out of his house for wanting to become a singer, against his father's wishes. The only opportunity seemed to him was to follow his passion during his father's. Contents.Early life Esakhelvi was born in Esa Kheil, Province, as Attaullah Khan Niazi.
Is a populous tribe based in extreme north-westprovince of and eastern regions of. Attaullah developed an interest in music as a child, but music was strictly forbidden in his home. Despite the restriction on music in his home, Attaullah secretly sought to learn more about music.
His school teacher taught him and songs and told him never to stop singing. Attaullah tried to explain his passion for music to his parents and convince them to let him sing, but they forbade him to continue singing. Disillusioned, Attaullah left home when he was 18 years old. He traveled extensively within Pakistan and supported himself by working from. He is most popular in rural areas of Pakistan and some other countries in world.Musical career Esakhelvi continued his training after leaving his parents' home and often recorded himself on cassette tapes that he later distributed.In 1972, Esakhelvi was invited to perform on,. That same year, he performed in a concert in Mianwali. Esakhelvi performed on the television show in 1973.He was invited by a company in to record folk songs in their studio, and recorded four albums in one recording session.
The albums were released at the end of 1977 and became national bestsellers.In 1980, Esakhelvi performed in the for the first time. It was also his first concert abroad. His albums were eventually released in UK under various labels, including Hi-tech, OSA and Moviebox.He has performed and Kalaam of famous poets, such as 's Saiful Maluk and 's Keey Bay Dardan Sang Yaree.He also sang song of Sadiq (a famous saraiki poet).Popularity in India Attaullah Khan visited India during 2014. Wrote: 'TNN Apr 17, 2014, 12.00 AM IST: A Sufi concert, Ibaadat, organized in association with Navbharat Times, was recently held at Purana Quila in the capital. Pakistani folk singer Attaullah Khan performed for the first time in Delhi at this event. Khan sang his Achha Sila Diya Tune Mere Pyaar Ka, and other Pakistani Sufi hits for the audience.
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The concert was organized by the AAS group, an NGO which works to spread awareness about cervical cancer among women and ways to prevent it, and this concert was organized to spread that message.' Attaullah Khan had gained a lot of popularity in India during the 1990s. There were stories about his failed love which were doing rounds. While these were all fake, many people in India had taken them to be true.
These added to his popularity and at one point of time, he had become almost a cult figure.Personal life Attaullah Khan is from district Mianwali and his hometown is Esakhel. He received his early education from Esakhel. He is traditionally considered as a Saraiki artist.Attaullah relocated to after becoming a professional musician performing in, and English. He has been married four times and has four children. His daughter is a professional artist who has worked for several Hollywood films. His son is also pursuing a career in music, while yet another son, Bilawal, is an actor and director based in, apart from also being a musician. Legacy He is considered a folk icon in his home country and considered as one of the most popular singers in its history.
The constant companion of Pakistani truck drivers is the lilting tunes of Attaullah Khan Esakhelvi. This Mianwali-born vocalist with his swashbuckler moustache, kameez shalwar and shawl on one shoulder became the poster boy for traditional Pakistani music.Singing in Saraiki,that dominates western and southern Punjab, his searing impassioned songs caught on like wildfire almost from the moment he recorded his first session for Radio Pakistan Bahawalpur in the mid 1970s.
For years, Esakhelvi reigned supreme and unchallenged, in a universe that existed parallel to the cultured music salons of the elite.The awarded him the in 1991. He was also awarded on 23 March 2019.He has recorded more than 50,000 songs in seven languages. He has received a lifetime achievement award from of Great Britain, and had his name entered in the in 1994 for the highest number of audio albums released. Albums YearAlbumArtistMusic directorLabel1992Attaullah KhanT-SeriesMusicians Attaullah has his own band which travels with him. Members of the band include:. Salamat Ali Khan. Javed Ali.
Babar. Sabir Ali The musicians in Attaullah's band have performed with him since the 1970s, in, and.References. 22 November 2008. From the original on 25 April 2011. Retrieved 29 April 2011. ^.
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