|Also known as Badar Ali Khan|
Name Badar Khan
Genres Qawwali, Ghazal
Years active 1974–2007
|Born 17 February 1962
Pak Pattan, Pakistan (1962-02-17) |
Died March 2, 2007, Lahore, Pakistan
Albums Lost In Qawwali III, Aashiqon Ko Jalana Buri Baat Hai
Similar People Sher Mian Dad, Badar Miandad Khan, Qawwal Bahauddin Khan, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Faiz Ali Faiz
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Badar Miandad (17 February 1962 – 2 March 2007), also known as Badar Ali Khan, was a Pakistani singer and Qawwal. He released 200 albums in Pakistan. Several albums were also released under U.K. and Indian labels.
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- Badar ali khan black night
- Early life and career
- Badar Featured In American TV Show Breaking Bad
Badar ali khan black night
Early life and career
Ustad Badar Miandad was born in 1962 in a noted family of qawwals in Pak Pattan. His father Ustad Miandad and grandfather Ustad Din Muhammad were reputed qawwals. He was a cousin & brother in law of the late Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Badar Miandad started his qawwali career in 1975, and by the mid 80s he had earned fame. He composed the music for Bollywood films, including Virod, starring Salman Khan. He also composed the music for several Pakistani films, including Chupkay Chupkay, Lahoria Ibraa Janat Ki Talash and But Shikan.
His famous qawwalis include: Dam Dam Hussain Maula Hussain, Jashan-e-Aamad-e-Rasool, Tu Nahi Tay Tairiyan Yadan Sahi and Ganj Shakar Walian Da Raja.Husan Walo Khuda K Liy Chordo. Angraiyaan
Like his famous cousin, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Badar Miandad Khan experimented with qawwali remix projects, in which traditional qawwali lyrics were performed to non-traditional instruments and contemporary beats. Working with producer/arranger/composer Suresh "Baba" Varma, Badar produced a best-selling qawwali fusion album, Good Karma 1.
Badar Featured In American TV Show Breaking Bad
Badar Ali Khan's Qawwali "Raataan Kaaliyaan / Black Night" was featured on famous American TV show Breaking Bad's Season 3 Episode 7. The track plays (21st-22nd minute of show) when Protagonist Walter White enters his meth lab and his partner is listening to the song.
Badar Ali Khan died on 2 March 2007 in Lahore due to a heart attack, after two years of cardiac trouble.