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Another political song from Roy... By Fareeha Qayoom

By Fareeha Qayoom

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Shahzad Roy: Apney Ulloo


By the way, Roy’s latest song reminds me of Billy Joel’s “We didn’t start the fire” (1989)- same concept, a walk down memory lane, with things going from bad to worse…



Here’s another one from Roy…you might have seen it via Telenor ads…


Shahzad Roy: D-Juice Song “Utth Band Qamar”


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Fareeha Qayoom
Fareeha Qayoom
Publisher and editor-in-chief of and former print editions of The Knit-Xtyle Fashion Review (tkfr), a trade newsletter for the textile and apparel industry of Pakistan. In short, Publisher, editor, and a blogger. In addition, she has served as Managing Editor of MIT Technology Review Pakistan, print and web editions (2015-16). Total of 7 editions were published under her leadership by ITU, Punjab's first public technology university under the license of MIT Technology Review (USA). She has also managed Value Mag in the same capacity, a real estate and lifestyle magazine for Value TV - 2008-9. Published freelancer for The News on Sunday 1994-96. Fareeha has over 21 years of solid management experience – of managing brands (like Harley Davidson, Munsingwear, Chaps, Chaps Ralph Lauren etc.,), Retailers (like Target, Mervyns, Kohl's, Marks and Spencer etc.,), customers (VPs, Product Managers, Unit Managers, and Buyers), and products (apparel - woven, knits, men's, women's, children's, Print and online publishing units), projects, teams, and processes, information, content, and data, staff, vendors, and time. Versatile and adaptable with international exposure, communication and language skills (oral and written), and a consistent track record of achieving company targets and objectives, plus a MA in Political Science from Punjab University, a MSc in Economics from La Salle University, Louisiana, USA, and a BA in Economics from Kinnaird College for Women.


  1. Shehzad Roy: Strictly satire
    The musici­an says his new song ‘Apnay Ulloo’ is for every Pakist­ani.
    By Sher Khan
    Published: December 23, 2011


    With the political pot close to boiling over, it comes as no surprise that many bands and artists, ranging from Strings to Ali Azmat and Abrarul Haq are working on music which is both insightful and satirical of the present situation in the country. However, the musician who initiated this trend with his controversial song “Laga Reh” is no other than Pakistan’s renowned powerhouse Shehzad Roy.

    In 2008, the release of Roy’s album Qismat Apnay Haath Mein not only opened the door for all kinds of satirical critiques of Pakistani politics but also struck a major chord with the audience. Now the singer is working on releasing “Apnay Ulloo” — a follow-up single to his Djuice sponsored song “Kya Darta Hai”.

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  2. Owning Apnay Ullo
    InpaperMagzine By S. Shaikh

    It’s quite interesting and goes something like this: Shehzad Roy’s mother-in-law showed him a video on YouTube in which a Balochi man narrates a rundown of Pakistan’s political history in just four minutes.

    It got Roy thinking and before you know it he was making efforts to locate the man called Vasu and get him on-board for a song. This interesting journey was documented from day one and is soon to be telecast as Vasu Aur Mein.

    Images on Sunday caught up with Shehzad Roy for a chit chat about tracking down Vasu, Apnay Ullo and Vasu Aur Mein, the first episode of which goes on air on January 20. Here is what he had to say.

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  3. Israr ahmed says:

    i need to change pakistan

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