Rahim Shah

Rahim Shah


Rahim Shah is a leading Pakistani singer who sings in Udru, Pashto & Punjabi. Rahim Shah’s solo career began in the late 1990s with lots of hits to his credit from the onset, to mention the song Ghum which broke popularity records. In a short span of time, Shah has shown his singing talent beyond belief. He sang Ghum under the supervision of Salman Alvin and recorded his album working extremely hard on making it different to others. The song turned out to be a huge hit and was highly appreciated by the people. His Pashto album Peera became an instant hit after its release. Another album called Sabaru had success with the tracks Tap Tap and Payal, in the same year Rahim Shah released another Pashto album titled Medda Medda. After taking a short time of reflection he returned to work bringing another hit with the song Channa. Rahim Shah also worked on three videos that were Priya and Rang Lai Mehndi, directed by Sarwar whereas Suhail Javed directed his third video Tere Ishq Ne. Rahim Shah also sang Jhoola, which he wrote and dedicated to his mother whom he dearly loves. Rahim Shah attracted the attention of Indian audience with his song Pehle Toh Kabhi Kabhi Gham Tha, a tune which was sung in Pashto by renowned Pashto singer Haroon Bacha. This was later re-copied by Indian singer Altaf Raja. Rahim Shah still has a fan base in India.


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