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Combo photo shows singer Lucky Ali playing the guitar in his latest video.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
Singer Lucky Ali’s new video of him singing his famous song ‘O sanam’ goes viral.
The singer plays his guitar and sings a few lines of the song in the video.
The 62-year-old singer donned a skull cap and a beard as he sang.
Even after so many years, fans eagerly listen to him singing and continue yearning for more.
Fans and followers on social media react to the video, expressing their love for the singer even after so many years.
Among them was Bigg Boss 14 housemate Eijaz Khan.
"Lots of Love to our favourite #luckyali," wrote Eijaz, with a red heart emoji.
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"His voice is just a pure medicine to our degenerated brains suffering from today's remixed songs," wrote one user.
The singer plays his guitar and sings a few lines from the song in the video. The 62-year-old singer still has social media users in awe of his voice.
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