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R.I.P. Amjad Sabri: A Playlist

R.I.P. Amjad Sabri: A Playlist
R.I.P. Amjad Sabri: A Playlist
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1970-01-01T05:30:00+05:30

Renowned qawwal Amjad Sabri was shot dead in Karachi after two gunmen shot at the windscreen of Sabri’s car as it drove off a bridge in the congested Liaquatabad area of the city.

Amjad Sabri was the scion of the great qawwali duo Sabri brothers and took the reins from his father Ghulam Farid and Uncle Maqbool Sabri. He re-rendered many of their famous qawwalis fo rmodern audiences.

In his memory, we bring to you some of his most popular numbers:

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