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Studio album by
Released14 December 2007
StudioDigital Fidelity Studio, Lahore, Pakistan
GenreAlternative rock
Pop rock
LabelFire Records, Tips Records
ProducerMekaal Hasan
Jal chronology
Singles from Boondh
  1. "Sajni"
    Released: 15 December 2007
  2. "Chalte Chalte"
    Released: 24 March 2008
  3. "Main Mast Hoon"
    Released: 26 August 2008
  4. "Moray Piya"
    Released: 14 November 2008
  5. "Yeh Mera Pakistan"
    Released: 27 September 2009
  6. "Humain Itna Pyaar"
    Released: 16 November 2009
Alternative cover
Album art for Indian release

Boondh (Urdu: بوند transl.Drop of Water) is the second album by the Pakistani pop/rock band Jal, released on 14 December 2007, three years after the release of the band's debut Aadat. The first single from the album, "Sajni", was a major hit all over Pakistan.[1]


Singles from the album were "Sajni", "Moray Piya", "Yeh Mera Pakistan", "Main Mastt Hoon", "Humein Itna Pyaar" and "Chalte Chalte".

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Goher Mumtaz, except where noted.

1."Sajni" 5:06
2."Raatein" 4:31
3."Humain Itna Pyaar" 5:33
4."Moray Piya" 4:30
5."Main Mastt Hoon (Dhamaal)" 5:03
6."Mahia" 4:58
7."Payal" 5:51
8."Chup Chup" 4:10
9."Kia Se Kia"Farhan Saeed Butt, arranged by Jal and Salman Albert4:05
10."Yeh Mera Pakistan" 5:28
11."Sajni" (Slow Version) 5:45
12."Humain Itna Pyaar" (Slow Version) 6:15
Total length:61:35
Limited edition
13."Chalte Chalte"
  • Mumtaz
  • Saeed
14."Humain Itna Pyaar (Reprise)" 6:01


Credits taken from the album liner notes.


  • Farhan Saeed Butt – lead vocals on all tracks except "Humain Itna Pyaar", "Mahia" and "Chup Chup"
  • Goher Mumtaz – guitars, vocals on "Humain Itna Pyaar", "Mahia", "Chup Chup" and "Yeh Mera Pakistan", co-production on guitar tones
  • Aamir "Shazi" Sheraz – bass guitar

Additional musicians

  • Salman Albert – drums on all tracks except "Main Mastt Hoon (Dhamaal)", "Mahia", "Kia Se Kia" and "Chup Chup"
  • John "Gumby" Louis Pinto – drums on "Main Mastt Hoon (Dhamaal)", "Mahia", "Kia Se Kia" and "Chup Chup"
  • Ali Mustafa – loops and keyboards
  • Ijaz Ali – harmonium on "Main Mastt Hoon (Dhamaal)"
  • Babar Khanna – percussion on "Main Mastt Hoon (Dhamaal)"


  • Mekaal Hasan – production, mixing
  • Maram and Aabroo – photography
  • Murtaza "Murzie" Niaz at Salieh Interactive – album cover concept and design
  • Munib Narwaz and Karighar – wardrobe

Awards and nominations[edit]

Awarded for Best Album of the Year at the 7th Lux Style Awards in 2008.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Pakipop.com, Boondh - Review Archived 2011-07-20 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved on 3 August 2009

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