Aamir Saleem (Amir Salim) – Introduction
Aamir Saleem (Punjabi, Urdu: عامر سلیم, born February 20 in Multan, Pakistan) is a Pakistani musician, composer, song writer, singer has numerous hits in the early 91 such as “Woh Taron Bhari” & “C.B. Chali Ana”. He also had a big hit later in the 1993 with “Ajnabi”. Apart from music Aamir is also into TV productions. He has directed many videos and road shows with famous anchor Ali Salman on MTV Pakistan with the name of Bad Company. He has also hosted a live show on PTV National and on FM 107 (Karachi). Aamir is the singer of Hum Sub Umeed Se Haintitle song from the famous comedy TV program. He has also acted in Daira (Telefilm by Geo TV).
Aamir Saleem started singing when he was in school and he bought his first guitar after working in a hotel as a receptionist in summer holidays. He formed his first music band with the name “Image”, his best friend Naveed Mugees was on guitar and Alim Arshid was on keyboard. After that he moved to Karachi in 1987. He used to sing with different bands to make money and record his first solo album that took three years to complete.
His first solo album, “Musafir” was a hit in 1991 among all age groups. His song “Woh Taron Bhari” was hit and his album sold well. It was released by Shalimar Recording Company but unfortunately Aamir Saleem could not get financial benefits from his best selling album.