Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar is a well-known Pakistani playwright, screenwriter, and director. He has written and directed many popular dramas in Pakistan, such as “Pyarey Afzal” and “Mere Pass Tum Ho”, which have been widely watched and critically acclaimed.
He is known for his unique writing style, which often deals with sensitive social issues and explores the complexities of human relationships.
However, not many people know that Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar has also dabbled in the world of naat-writing. A naat is a type of poem or song in praise of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is not common for someone with his background and profession to write a naat, but it seems that Qamar has written his only and first ever naat.
“Nabi ke Rozy Pe Jane Walo” is only and first ever Naat of khalil ur rehman qamar, (Album: Dar-e-Rasool) that has been written by Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar and performed/recited by Hina Nasarullah. The first ever Naat is in praise of the Prophet Muhammad saw and is sung to express love, devotion, and respect for him. The lyrics of the Naat are likely to be religious in nature and are likely to evoke feelings of devotion and reverence among listeners.
As Naat has been an important part of Islamic culture for centuries and are performed on various religious occasions and events. They are an expression of devotion and love for the Prophet Muhammad SAW and are highly regarded in the Muslim community. The performance of Hina Nasarullah is likely to be well received by fans of Naat, given her reputation as a talented performer and her devotional lyrics.