Billo De Ghar

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Billo De Ghar
بلو دے گھر
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Studio album by Abrar-ul-Haq
Released 1995
Genre Pop, rock
Abrar-ul-Haq chronology
Billo De Ghar

Billo De Ghar (Punjabi: بلو دے گھر) is début album by Pakistani pop singer Abrar-ul-Haq.[1] It was written, composed and sung by the artist and became a best selling album in South Asia at the time of its release in 1995. To date, more than 16 million copies of this song have been sold.[citation needed]The lyrics of the songs are in Punjabi and Urdu.

Although, the album's title song "Billo De Ghar" is in Punjabi, in all only three of its ten tracks are in Punjabi the rest are in Urdu.

"Murri Shehry Di Niki", one of three Punjabi tracks, is in a dialect of Punjabi called Pothohari which is mostly spoken in Murree, Islamabad and Rawalpindi. It may be an influence of the time Abrar spent in Islamabad for his Master's degree.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Billo (a.k.a. Billo De Ghar)
  2. Dil Pey Hamary
  3. Murri Shehry Di Niki
  4. Aaja Na
  5. Hum Tum Mile The
  6. Sohni Surat
  7. Agar Kabhi
  8. Alam-e-Bhaghawat
  9. Allah Pakistan
  10. Satchian Te Korian
  11. Mazaaq Raat


  1. ^ Khan, Aasim Zafar (18 October 2015). "An era without an anthem". The News on Sunday. Retrieved 21 January 2016.