Junaid Jamshed Third Death Anniversary

Junaid Jamshed Third Death Anniversary

Junaid Jamshed
Junaid Jamshed

Incident Held On December 7, 2016:

On December 7, 2016, PIA aircraft ATR-42 turboprop stratum, operating flight PK-661, battered near Havelian with 47 travelers and crew members on-board. Famous naat khawan and erstwhile pop singer Junaid Jamshed, along with his wife, was also aboard the plane.

The airplane took off from Chitral around 3:50 pm and PIA said the plane battered at 4:42 pm local time in the Havelian area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, about 125 km north of Islamabad. Jamshed and his family, as well as other team members, were killed in the batter.

A bystander said they had seen the plane crash into a hilly area near Havelian which is near to the Ordinance factory.

Captain Saleh Janjua and co-pilot Ahmed Janjua were dealing with the doomed flight. 7 December 2019 marks the third death anniversary of Jamshed, and here is a cursory look at the life and times of the famous singer-turned-religious personality.

Unrivaled Success Of Junaid Jamshed:

After having unrivaled success, without any marketing or furtherance, Jamshed and Vital Signs went their unconnected ways in 1998, as the former chose a solo musical career. The band had led the underappreciated and proportionately unspecified rock scene to a national level during their summit.

His solo road wasn’t as flush as he thought it to be; sometime after 2000, he disappeared from the public manifesto, while hearsay arose of him cladding monetary hazard.

Music Or Religion For Junaid Jamshed?

Finally, mid-last decade, Jamshed announced insolvency, rejected music after learning its position in religion and reported his decision to become a pious Muslim. Alongside, he floated a clothing line under the name J. to continue an income source.

Mansoor, his long-time friend, communicated his despondency in an interview when he read about Jamshed seeing music in a negative light and consequence confusing his fans. Nevertheless, some close friends recollect him not being able to resist his agony for singing in private meet-ups.