Jawad Ahmed (Artist)

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2017-07-10 06:48:12Jawad Ahmed
Jawad Ahmad is the most popular Pakistani singer, musician, actor, director, producer and social worker. He sang many songs and also performed live. He also appeared in some dramas and television shows. He is running his own trust named Taaleem For All. He got so much fame with his songs Tu Hi Dildar Hai, Ucchayan Majajan Aali and Mehndi Ki Ye Raat.
  • Personal
  • Name:

    Jawad Ahmed

  • In Urdu :

    جواد احمد

  • Famous As:


  • Nick Name::


  • Nationality:


  • Careers In::

    Actor, Director, Musician, Producer, Singer

  • Residence:

    Lahore, Punjab,

  • Age::


  • Education:

    University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore

  • Religion:

    Punajab pakistan

  • Profession:


  • Albums::

    Uche Majajaan Wali, Bol Tujhe Kya Chahiye, more

  • Height:

    5 ft 11 inches

  • Instruments::


  • Awards :

    Lux Style Award Best Singer 2003, Sitara-e-Esar, Indus Music Awards

  • Years active: :


  • Born
  • Date:

    29 September 1970

  • Place:

    Lahore Punjab Pakistan

  • Career
  • Occupation(s):

    Film director, film producer, writer, musician, singer

  • Genres:

    Pop, Bhangra


Jawad Ahmed Profile
Jawad Ahmed Profile
Profile Jawad Ahmad was born on September 29, 1970 to parents who are both professors of political science. His father is 'Professor Tauqeer Ahmad' and his mother was 'Professor Mrs. Anees Tauqeer'(late).


 Education Jawad Ahmad He studied in Cathedral school,4 Church Road, Lahore.studied mechanical engineering at the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore ,Pakistan. Allah Meray Dil kay Andar Jawad Ahmad is a Pakistani singer. Jawad first captured Pakistan's attention as a person who called attention to the transcendental existence of God through the song '"Allah Meray Dil kay Andar" which most say showed a way to inner peace. The lyrical expression that he has used to portray his inclination towards Sufism bears traces of Ghalib and Faiz who are known to have emphasized on the same values so as to eradicate all barriers that hinder the establishment of a connection with God and differentiate amongst human beings by placing them into groupings of race and class.


 Music career His career in music is preceded by active participation in various societies including the music and the literary society at University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore and which he claims formed the basis of a serious consideration of adopting music as a career much later in his life after he had graduated and left the band named Jupiter. He has received no formal education in music, most of his songs are written and composed by him. He claims to be an ardent admirer of Ustad Amanat Ali Khan, Mehdi Hassan, Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, Tufail Niazi, Pathanay Khan, Hamid Ali Bela, Noor Jehan, Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar and Mohammad Rafi. Albums Bol Tujhay Kya Chahiye Ucchayan Majajan Aali Jind Jan Sohnian Music Direction Aside from his albums, he is also to be accredited with the Music Direction of the movie Moosa Khan produced and directed by Shaan also for a TV drama serial, produced by Kashif Mahmood. The song was called "Deewanay". In line with this, another hit song, "Mehndi" was composed and sung by him for the drama serial "Mehndi" produced by Evernew Entertainment. It gained immense popularity due to its melodious depiction of emotions using folk beat. The popularity of the song was further heightened by its video directed by Ahsan Rahim and Amna Khan, two of the country's most talented video directors. He claims that music direction allowed him a margin of more creativity, as stated concepts were used to develop quality music, a rare phenomenon in the film industry in Pakistan. UNICEF ambassador of Pakistan for the eradication of Polio He has been appointed by the US-Aid and the UNICEF as the ambassador of Pakistan for the eradication of Polio and British Council Beyond Borders project, awareness regarding the dangers of drug addiction. In this regard, he has used his talent to produce a song called "TUM ABHI TO AA KAR" accompanied by a video to portray the social impact on an individual of drug intake [1] Jawad Profile

British Council

Beyond Borders project, awareness regarding the dangers of drug addiction. In this regard, he has used his talent to produce a song called "TUM ABHI TO AA KAR" accompanied by a video to portray the social impact on an individual of drug intake. He hopes to present the nuanced aspect of life in order to motivate people to realize their stakes. Earthquake in Pakistan and fundraisers He has published many albums and when the chaotic earthquake in Pakistan struck, he sang at many fundraisers and supported rebuilding his country. He has also performed several times at APPNA. Taaleem for all trust Another turf is a program against illiteracy, which he has been exploring for a while. In conjunction with this, he is currently running ten schools in the most backward and underdeveloped areas of Pakistan under the TAALEEM FOR ALL TRUST (Education for All). Most Famous Songs Mehndi Allah Meray Dil Kay Ander Bin Tere Kya Hai Jeena Tu Hi Dildar Hai Aa Jaa Hunn Dholna Banto Di Jaan Haan Main Ucchayan Majajan Wali Dosti Aasma se uncha Aj darti ko rang de Awards President General Pervez Musharraf has awarded Sitara-e-Esar to Jawad Ahmad for his services in rehabilitation of the earthquake victims. Acknowledging the services of Jawad Ahmad in the field of music and bringing good name to the country and impressive community services, Government of Pakistan has awarded Tamgha-i-Imtiaz. President General Pervaz Mushraf has awarded Polio Award to recognize Jawad Ahmad's impressive contribution to the society as an Ambassador for Polio Eradication by the Ministry of health and UNICEF. Jawad Ahmad has received Indus Music's Best [2] British Council 

Political Party

  1. Singer Jawad Ahmed on Monday applied for registration of his political party to formally enter electoral politics.
  2. The singer submitted papers in the Election Commission of Pakistan saying he will start campaigning for the next elections as soon as his party is registered.
  3. Speaking to The Express Tribune, Jawad said his party, which will follow leftist policies, aims to work for the poor masses who toil in fields and factories. “There is not a single political party which works for labourers and peasants,” he said.
  4. The singer did not reveal the name of his party saying they will make it public once the party has been registered.All parties accept the current minimum wage which is merely Rs15,000 for the working class, meaning that they agree the poor can survive on this meager amount,” Jawad said. “This proves how little existing parties care for the masses,” he added.
  5. When asked about the party’s manifesto, Jawad said his focus will be on four major issues: land reforms, increase in minimum wage, provision of social security and high taxes for the rich. [3] Political Party 

List of Songs

  • Mehndi
  • Tu Hi Dildar Hai
  • Bin Tere Kya Hai Jeena
  • Allah Meray Dil Kay Ander
  • Dosti
  • Aj Darti Ko Rang De
  • Banto Di Jaan Haan Main
  • Ucchayan Majajan Wali
  • Aasma Se Uncha [4] Songs list

List of Albums

  • Bol Tujhe Kya Chahye
  • Jind Jan Sohnian
  • Ucchayan Majajan Aali
  • Love, Life, Revolution [5] Albums albums


YearAwardCategoryAwarding BodyResult
2003Lux Style Award Best Singer 2003Best SingerLux Style AwardNominees
2006Sitara-e-EsarServices in rehabilitation of the earthquake victimsGovernment of PakistanWon
2006Tamgha-e-ImtiazAcknowledging the services of Jawad Ahmad in the field of musicGovernment of PakistanWon
2006Polio AwardAmbassador for Polio Eradication by the Ministry of Health and UNICEFGovernment of PakistanWon
2007Indus Music AwardsIndus Music's Best Bangrha Song AwardIndus Music AwardsWon

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