| ساحر علی باگا|
| Sahir Bagga|
| Rock, sufi, pop, R&B and Pakistani film music|
Composer, music director, singer, instrumentalist and record producer
Pritam Chakraborty, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Shafqat Amanat Ali
Zinda Bhaag, Halla Gulla, Dukhtar, Nation Awakes, Hijrat
Sara Raza Khan, Anupam Amod, Masuma Anwar, Javed Ali, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
Sahir Ali Bagga (Urdu: ساحر علی بگا) is a Pakistani singer, music director and composer from Lahore, who composes music for Lollywood and other independent singers. Recently he has composed music for the Pakistani movie, Zinda Bhaag (2013). He also worked on the soundtrack of Pakistani movies, Hijrat and Tamanna, contributing two songs to the latter; Koi Dil Mein and Chell Oi. He has also composed music of Hum TV's Ishq-e-Benaam.
Sahir Ali Bagga started in the music industry as a drummer and later joined the band Jupiters where he met music video singer Jawad Ahmad. He composed music for Ahmed's album and this helped Bagga find his career path. Bagga is a son of the 1970s composer, Amjad Hussain. He first received a lot of recognition and praise for his work and musical arrangements on Pakistan Television produced TV show named Virsa: Heritage Revived (2009-2010) TV season. On this show, he composed music for TV performances of Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Azra Jehan, Sanam Marvi and many more performers. This highly popular TV show was hosted by Lahore's socially active personality Yousuf Salahuddin. He has also appeared in Coke Studio season 10 in a duet song with Aima Baig.
Bagga has worked on the following albums throughout his career.
Sahir Ali Bagga Wikipedia