On Tuesday, Atif Aslam praised his wife, Sara Bharwana, for helping him choose his look for the PSL 7 anthem.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) released the much-awaited PSL anthem on Monday for the tournament’s upcoming edition nationwide.
Turning to his Instagram, the singer shared stills from his latest track while lauding those who made it possible.
“Thank you for all the love and respect. I love my wife’s sense of style. I know that is a class apart as she has chosen to marry me. I am styled by my wife. Thank you Sara,” quipped Atif.
“What a video has been created in the short amount or time we have. Well done @zparwez. I love the powerful sound of scape @abdullah.s.siddiqui.”
It is pertinent to state that the song “Agay Dekh” is produced by Abdullah Siddiqui and features Atif Aslam and Aima Baig.
Sharing the video of the official anthem on its Twitter handle, the PCB said: “The wait is over. We presenting to you the #PSL7 song.”
“Pakistani cricket has given us moments to cherish, and this PSL anthem carries forward the spirit and culture surrounding it,” the Board said. “Agay dekh asks audiences to look beyond victory and defeat, and love the game in its purest essence,” PCB added.
It said that the PSL was missing its home crowd last year due to COVID-19, but this year we have fans in the stands.
“It is pertinent to state that PSL is Pakistan’s biggest sporting event, a celebration and a festival. The anthem pays tribute to those who wait excitedly for this time of year,” the PCB said.
“With Agay dekh, we have showcased how much we love cricket. We capture the fierceness, the attitude, and the banter that has that love.”
Last year, PSL’s anthem “Groove Mera” featured Naseebo Lal, Young Stunners, and Aima Baig and was a hit.