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Shiraz Uppal

Shiraz Uppal
Origin Lahore, Pakistan
Genres Rock, pop
Occupation(s) Singer / Music Producer
Instruments Vocals, guitars, keyboards
Years active 2001-2014
Labels Fire Records, Sadaf Stereo, T-Series, Eros
Associated acts Atif Aslam, Noori, Zeb and Haniya, Jal, Amanat Ali, Fariha Pervez
Website .com.shirazuppalwww

Shiraz Uppal is a Pakistani singer, songwriter and music producer. His popular songs include Tera Te Mera, "Raanjhanaa", "Ala Hada", "Roya Re", Mann Ja Ve, "Saiyan Ve" and Rabba.



Year Title
2001 Tu Hai Meri
2003 Tere Tay Mera
2005 Jhuki Jhuki
2009 Ankahi


Uppal sang many songs for Bollywood films such as Raanjhanaa in "Raanjhanaa", Ala Hada in Lekar Hum Deewana Dil, Shakalaka Baby in Nayak, Roya Re in Dhokha and Rabba in Aashayein.

Year Song Film Co-Singer(s)
2001 Shakalaka Baby Nayak Vasundhara Das & Praveen Mani
2003 Secret of Success Boys Kunal Ganjawala, Blaaze & Vasundhara Das
2007 Roya Re Dhokha (none)
2010 Rabba Aashayein
2013 Raanjhanaa Raanjhanaa Jaswinder Singh
2014 Daata Di Divaani Youngistaan (Rafaqat Ali Khan)
Mere Khuda Youngistaan (none)
Alaahda Lekar Hum Deewana Dil (none)

Pakistani drama soundtracks

Year Song Drama Serial Co-Singer(s)
2010 Pehla Pehla Pyar Pehla Pehla Pyar (none)
2012 Ishq Samandar Ishq Samandar[1]
Naina Tere Mera Pehla Pyar Ammar & Qurat-ul-Ain Balouch


  1. ^ Ishq Samandar OST by Shiraz Uppal

External links

  • Official website
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