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|Born||22 September 1967|
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, musician, actor|
Ali Haider (Urdu:علی حیدر, born 22 September 1967) is a Pakistani singer. He had a number of popular songs in the 1990s, the most notable being Poorani Jeans which also appears on his 1993 album Sandesa. He also had a hit later in the 1990s with Chand Sa Mukhra. He has also acted in numerous TV serials on PTV, including Chand Sa Mukhra.
He is currently a Radio Jocky at Radio Dabang / Dabang FM 99.5 in Houston TX. He hosts a show called 'Purani Jeans' named after his popular song.
Haider started his career when he was pursuing a Civil Engineering degree at NED University. He has also acted in the Lollywood film titled Chalo Ishq Larain which was released in 2002. He worked in PTV long Play Pyar Agar Kabhi Phir Hua.He sang the theme music for the serial Chandni Raatein. In 2012, he returned to music after a three-year break following the death of his son. In 2013, he returned to TV with a sitcom "Ek aur Ek Dhai".
|1988||Jane Jan Sun|
|2003||Tera Naam Liya To...|
|2006||Purani Jeans (Remixes)|
|2009||Stop and Think ...?|
|2009||Moula Dil Badal Dey|
|2010||Shor Hai Mehshar Ka|
|2011||Kee Jana Main Kaun|
|2012||Asgharam Aei Noor|
|2012||Main Hoon Ghlulam-e-Ali|
|2012||Ya Mustafa Ya Mustafa|
|2013||Bachpan Ki Badami Yadein|
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