Jan 18, 2020
Arieb Azhar (born 1972) is a Pakistani musician. He is sufi and folk singer.    He is best known for Husn-e-Haqiqi in Coke Studio.  He writes in Dawn on culture and society. He has spent time in Croatia and returned to Pakistan in 2004. His first album, Wajj, released in 2006, consisted of eight tracks, in which he vocalized the classical lyrics of Khawaja Ghulam Farid, Bulleh Shah, Mian Muhammad Bakhsh, and even the contemporary lyrics of Sarmad Sehbai. He is second son of Nasreen and Aslam Azhar who is considered the "father of Pakistan Television".