Aima Baig

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Aima Baig
Born (1995-03-10) 10 March 1995 (age 25)[1]
Alma materUniversity of Lahore[2]
Occupation
  • Singer
  • Scriptwriter
Years active2015–present
Partner(s)Shahbaz Shigri[3]
RelativesMubashir Lucman (uncle)
Musical career
Genres
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Associated acts

Aima Baig (born 10 March 1995)[1] is a Pakistani singer and scriptwriter. She is known for her brief appearance in Dunya News' program Mazaaq Raat from 2015 to 2017. She rose to fame after her work on Lahore Se Aagey (2016),[4][5] after which she gained popularity through many other soundtracks and her appearance in Coke Studio. She was awarded Tamgha-e-Fakhre-Imtiaz in August 2019.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Aima Baig was raised in Oman.[7] Her father is an Electrical Engineer, and she has two sisters and two brothers with herself being fourth sibling. Her sister Komal Baig also serves as her manager. Her mother passed away in 2017 after fighting cancer for six years. After losing her, Aima Baig dedicated her life for cancer patients and is actively working with Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre for charity. In 2020, she also confirmed the dating rumours about herself and actor Shahbaz Shigri of Parey Hut Love fame.[8][9]

She has done Bachelor of Film and Television from University of Lahore.[2][10] TV anchor Mubashir Lucman, with whom she sung a cover of "Summer Wine", is her uncle, and she has written the script for his next film.[4]

Discography[edit]

Key
dagger Denotes song or film that has not been released yet

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Song Title Music Notes
Films
2016 "Kalabaz Dil" Lahore Se Aagey Shiraz Uppal [11]
"Befikriyan"
"Ehle Dil"
2017 "Balu Mahi" Balu Mahi
"Kaif o Suroor" Na Maloom Afraad 2 Shani Arshad [12]
"Lafzon Main Kharabi Thi" Verna Shuja Haider
"Hone Do" Arth 2
"Sadqa" Chupan Chupai Adnan Dhool [13]
2018 "Yunhi Rastay Mai" 7 Din Mohabbat In Shuja Haider duet with Ali Sethi; lyrics by Piyush Mishra[14]
"Pyar Wyar" Na Band Na Baraati [15]
"Item Number" Teefa in Trouble Naqash Haider duet with Ali Zafar[16]
"Chan Ve" Ali Zafar, Naqash Haider
"Sajna Door"
"Aya Lariye" Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2 Shuja Haider co-singers Naeem Abbas Rufi, Shuja Haider[17]
"Be Adab Be Mulahiza" The Donkey King Majid Raza, Asrar co-singer Asrar
2019 "Ye Aaj Mujh Ko Kya Hua" Baaji recreated by Jamal Rahman co-singer Natasha Noorani; recreated from lyrics by Tasleem Fazli and composition by M. Ashraf for 1975 Pakistani film Naukar
"Balma Bahgora" Parey Hut Love Azaan Sami Khan ft. rap by Ahmed Ali Butt and Sheheryar Munawar
"Kuch To Hua Hai" Heer Maan Ja Ahmed Ali co-singer Rameez Khalid
2019 "Khawabon Mein" Kaaf Kangana Bagga lyricist Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar[18]
Television
2016 "Main Tenu Samjhawan Ki" Intezaar Bagga
2017 "Ishq Aatish Hai" Ishq Aatish Hai
"Imam Zamin" Imam Zamin sang with Bagga lyrics by Sabir Zafar
"Adhi Gawahi" Adhi Gawahi sang with Naveed Nashad lyrics by Mubashir Hasan
"Ek Pagli Hai Ye" Pagli co-singer Asim Azhar
"Aik Thi Raniya" Aik Thi Raniya Naveed Nashad sang with Ahmed Jahanzeb; lyrics by Mubashir Hasan
"Ye Jag Khudgarz Bara" Bagga Khudgharz
2018 The Morning Show ARY News
"Duhaiyan" Mere Bewafa co-singer Agha Ali
"Allah Hu" Ehad-e-Ramazan recited with Imran Abbas for Express Entertainment Ramazan transmission
"Romeo Heer" Romeo Weds Heer Bagga (also co-singer)[19]
2019 "Ja Tujhe Maaf Kiya" Do Bol Naveed Naushad lyrics by Naveed Naushad and Imran Raza; co-singer Nabeel Shaukat Ali
"Dil ka Dil se hua hai Ehd-e-Wafa" Ehd-e-Wafa Bagga (co-singers ft. Ali Zafar, Asim Azhar and Baig) lyrics by Imran Raza
2020 "Raaz-e-Ulfat" Raaz-e-Ulfat sang with Shani Arshad lyrics by Sabir Zafar
"Dil Tera Hogaya" Dil Tera Hogaya (Telefilm) Naveed Nashad lyrics by Qamar Nashad; sang with Ali Tariq

Coke Studio[edit]

Year Season Song Lyrics Music Co-singer(s)
2017 10 "Qaumi Taranah"[20] Hafeez Jullundhri Strings; originally composed by Ahmed Ghulamali Chagla Season's ft. artists
"Baazi"[21] Asim Raza Sahir Ali Bagga
"Kaatay Na Katay"[22] Saifuddin Saif Ali Hamza Humera Arshad
Rachel Viccaji
"Baanware"[23] Syed Raza Tirmazi Shuja Haider
2018 11 "Hum Dekhenge"[24] Ali Hamza, Zohaib Kazi Season's ft. artists
"Aatish"[25] Shuja Haider
"Malang"[26] Imran Raza (traditional folk) Sahir Ali Bagga
"Ballay Ballay"[27] Abrar-ul-Haq (traditional folk)
2019 12 "Dhola"[28] Sahir Ali Bagga Rohail Hyatt Sahir Ali Bagga
"Heeray"[29] Javed Ali Khan Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Singles[edit]

Year Song Notes
2015 "Nane Hathon Me Qalam" ISPR[30]
2018 "Teriyaan" duet with Asim Azhar[31]
"Agae Shaan Se Hum" sang with Faakhir Mehmood; anthem for Quetta Gladiators in 2018[32]
"Bannay" Meezan cooking oil and Banaspati (TVC)[33]
"Sab Pakistani Milte Hein" Defence Day song with Sahir Ali Bagga and Shafqat Amanat Ali[34]
"Nova Song" Huawei Mobile Pakistan[35]
2019 "Aey Zindagi" [36]
"Safai Anthem" duet with Asim Azhar, music by Shuja Haider[37]
2020 "Khel Ja Dil Se" sang with Fawad Khan and others under Xulfi's composition[38]
"Te Quiero" duet with Haadi Uppal[39]

Covers[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref
Lux Style Awards
2017 "Kalabaaz Dil" – Lahore Se Aagey Best Playback Singer – Female Won [49]
2018 "Sadqa" – Chupan Chupai Won [50]
"Kaif o Suroor" – Na Maloom Afraad 2 Nominated
Galaxy Lollywood Awards
2017 "Kalabaaz Dil" – Lahore Se Aagey Best Playback Singer – Female Won [51]
2018 "Kaif o Suroor" – Na Maloom Afraad 2 Won [52]
2019 "Item Number" – Teefa in Trouble Won [53]
[54]
"Yunhi Rastay Mai" – 7 Din Mohabbat In Nominated

References[edit]

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  37. ^ ARY Digital (13 December 2019). "Safai Anthem - Hoga Saaf Pakistan Ft. Asim Azhar, Aima Baig, Fahad Mustafa, Waseem Badami & Iqrar". Retrieved 14 September 2020 – via YouTube.
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