I wanted to become a cricketer before singing: Atif Aslam
Pakistani singer and artist, Atif Aslam, has made a shocking revelation to his fans on a YouTube-based talk show.
Atif Aslam made an appearance on a YouTube interview show hosted by Anas Bukhash — AB talks, that shines the spotlight on the raw side of celebrities, influencers, and achievers as human beings. Each guest is known for being an inspiration and for being influential as experts in their respective fields.
During the talk show, Atif said that “I wanted to become a professional cricketer and singing wasn’t my first choice.”
According to Atif Aslam, the COVID-19 pandemic made him able to spend more time with his family.
While speaking about his relationship with friends and brothers, he said: “My childhood wasn’t so great with my brothers but now it’s amazing. Now we bond really well.”
“I’ve lost many friends due to my own behaviour,” he further stated.
Moreover, the fans get to know through the interview that, he was an athlete and had plans to become a cricketer, but due to his parents’ wish he gave up on his dreams and focused on studies.
Atif’s parents didn’t know about his first song ‘Aadat’, until their neighbors came and praised his voice in front of his family.
Atif Aslam is a Pakistani singer, with songs such as Wo Lamhe, Pehli Nazar Mein and O Saathi being some of his greatest hits in Bollywood. In this interview, Atif shares stories of his childhood, he talks about how he balances fame with his personal life, his views on romance and what is it like to be a father amongst it all.