[VIDEO] What was Junaid Jamshed’s lifestyle? His son takes us at his room tour
He finally gives in to the request of his followers.
Junaid Jamshed was a Pakistani pop icon, a businessman, a fashion designer, and a devout Islamic preacher.
In the late 1980s, Junaid joined a college band called Nuts and Bolts and then joined a professional pop band called Vital Sings, VITAL SIGNS as a singing lead. The band achieved stunning success with its first album (Vital Sings 1 of 1987), while two singles, Dil Dil Pakistan and Tum Mil Gaye, stormed the hit lists. This musical success eventually persuaded Junaid to forego his engineering job and focus on singing. Vital Signs remained highly popular throughout the 1990s.
The Karachi-born-artist Junaid Jamshed earned millions of hearts for his work in developing Pakistan’s rock music industry, nationally and internationally.
However, as time passed he grew more interested in religion. In 2004, he turned away from his pop career and focused on religious activities to promote Islam. He started reciting nasheeds and even released CDs.
Moreover, the talented Junaid Jamshed also become a fashion designer by starting a boutique that has grown into the “J.” company. The brand has outlets across Pakistan.
Unfortunately, in December 2016, Junaid and his second wife lost their life in a plane crash.
Recently, Junaid Jamshed’s son Babur Junaid has started vlogging and currently has 167K subscribers on YouTube.
In his recent vlog, Babur showed his father’s room on request of his followers.
“This video is very personal as I am going to give you a room tour of my father. You have always given me so much love and requested many times for this video,” said Babur Junaid in his video.
He showed Junaid Jamshaid’s personal diary, sports jacket and books, and other personal items.
Babur Junaid Jamshed also shared that his father used to travel a lot, and whenever he came back from traveling, he came to his father’s room and slept while talking with him.
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