|Birth name||Farhan Saeed|
|Born||14 September 1983 (31)
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
|Occupation(s)||Singer, Song Writer, Composer|
|Years active||2004 – till present|
Farhan Saeed was born on 14 September 1983 in Lahore, Pakistan. He acquired his early education at Crescent High School from where he took his O levels. In 1999, Farhan started his A levels at The Keynesian Institute of Management and Sciences in Lahore, and then in 2001 went on to National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences(FAST-NU) in Peshawar but then migrated to the campus in Lahore for his bachelors degree in computer sciences.
On 3 September 2011,in an exclusive interview with The Express Tribune Farhan shocked the fans claiming that he has left Jal to pursue a solo career despite Goher Mumtaz offering him to continue his solo career while being a part of Jal. On 8 September 2011, Farhan's departure was confirmed by Jal's guitarist Goher Mumtaz who wished him luck for his solo career.
He made his Bollywood-singing breakthrough in 2014 by contributing a song to Vikram Bhatt's Creature 3D in 2014. The song, Naam-e-Wafa, is a romantic-duet with Indian vocalist Tulsi Kumar as the co-singer and Mithoon as the composer.
- Halka Halka Suroor (Cover)
- Chalay Thay Saath (Cover) – Junoon 20
- Pi Jaun
- Kyun Gayi
- Tu Thori Dair
- Halka Halka Suroor – Full version
- Pi jaun
- Sajna (21 november, 2014)
|2004||Aadat||<as member of Jal>|
|2012||Meethi Yaadein||Qasam Se Qasam Se|
|Kyun Gayi||Dil Tenu Karda Ae Pyar|
|2014||Bhool Na Jaana||Main Aur Mr.Riight|
In 2007, after the launch of the Wall's Cornetto campaign featuring Bollywood actress Amrita Rao, it was rumoured by the Indian Media that Farhan and the actress had developed feelings for each other and were dating. Later, the rumoured replaced his name to band member Goher Mumtaz.
On 16 February 2010, Farhan Saaed Butt opened a restaurant by the name of Cafe Rock at Hussain Chowk (off MM Alam road). The restaurant follows the theme/trend of Hard Rock Cafes. The restaurant provides underground bands and young aspiring artists with a platform to project themselves and perform in front of an audience.
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