Humera Arshad

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Humera Arshad
حمیرا ارشد
Humaira Arshad + Ahmed Butt.jpg
Humaira Arshad (with Ahmed Butt)
Background information
Also known as Humaira
Origin Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2000–present
Labels None

Humera Arshad (Punjabi, Urdu: حمیرا ارشد‎) is a Pakistani pop singer from Lahore. She is a folk, pop, culture, and ghazal singer who has been classically trained. Her albums are Chori Kach Di and Gal Sun Dholna. Humera says she used to accompany her mother to majlis for soozkhwani from an early age. She trained under the tutelage of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan[citation needed] and has won numerous honors and awards for her musical achievements.[which?]


She started her career as an actress in PTV Home's tv series Ainak Wala Jin where she played the role of Toofani Nagan.



  • Chori Kach Di
    1. "Ankheen Meri"
    2. "Chori Kach Di"
    3. "Dil Se"
    4. "Give Me Chance"
    5. "Hasda Hasanda"
    6. "Jag Soo Gaya"
    7. "Listen To Me"
    8. "O Piya"
    9. "Saanwre"
    10. "Sada Hoon Apne Pyar Ki"
    11. "Sham Ki Ankh"
    12. "Uuf Allah"
  • Gal Sun Dholna
    1. "Aa ke Sapnoon Mein"
    2. "Aai Re Raat Mehndi Ki"
    3. "Aaja Paich Laraiye"
    4. "Aashiqui Aashiqui"
    5. "Akhan Tikhiyan"
    6. "Ankhiyan De Vich"
    7. "Dilbar Dil Ke"
    8. "Gul Sun Dholna"
    9. "Habibi Hayya Hayya"
    10. "Main Nai Boldi"
    11. "Mur Aawo Re Sayyan"
    12. "Na Koe Jan Na Pehchan"


  • "Aaja Paich Laraiye"
  • "Aashiqui Aashiqui"
  • "Akhan Tikhiyan"
  • "Dilbar Dil Ke"
  • "Gal Sun Dholna"
  • "Main Nai Boldi"
  • "Mur Aawo Re Sayyan"

Personal life[edit]

Job Both put allegations on each other. And went to court. But mutial friend like Arfan ghosat resolve their conflict. And make them one. Friday 12 June 2015 both celebrity made one press conference to announce this infront of media. Ahmed Butt.[1]


Tv series Role Channel
Ainak Wala Jin Toofani Nagan PTV One


  1. ^ "Humera Arshad to wed Ahmed Butt". Daily Times. Retrieved 2011-07-03.

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