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Songs like Ayesha Omar’s “Har Koi Yaar Nahi” are meant to inspire introspective self-love.

There was both praise and criticism levelled at the actor-singer for the song.


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Har Koi Yaar Nahi, the new single by actor-singer Ayesha Omar, is a beautiful expression of love. The song’s intention is to make you fall in love with yourself, the universe, and God through a combination of stunning images and heartfelt singing.

The film is a dream come true for anyone who loves nature because it shows beautiful views of the Gilgit-Baltistan mountains and clear, cold blue lakes. The singer of “Tere Ishq Mein” wrote an emotional Instagram post about the songs’ inspirations to let people know about the new music.

“After deciding to spend my birthday in October in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan’s most beautiful and remote province, I knew I had to record my experience there in some way. My initial aim was to start a vlog in order to brag about how beautiful my home nation is. Still, I got the idea to write a song and film a video there one night. “Where else could one go besides Gilgit?” Omar wrote it.

She went on to mention that Lenny Massey had been there for her all along in her musical endeavors and had worked with her to create this track. The Bulbulay star continued, saying that “two days in different places” were needed to film the song’s video. Omar also admitted that she would “do her own hair and makeup, drive to locations, walk up and journey for hours, bringing clothes, water, and snacks.”

Omar ended her message by praising the work of her staff. “All of you fantastic young men who have contributed to this project, thank you. I adore each and every one of you. I pray that this song helps you fall in love with God, your nation, and most of all, yourself. She was generous with her information.

Fans flocked to the comments section after Omar’s music video went viral to gush about the starlet’s “angelic voice” and the “wonderful lyrics.” A supporter penned, “That’s fantastic! You have an angelic voice, and the words are lovely. I’m so pleased that you put yourself out there. “Waiting and hoping for more!”

Another person talked about how thrilled they were that it was finally out: “That is so incredible and lovely to see.” I really enjoy the song and the sentiments expressed within it. I’m really pleased and honored. “I just can’t seem to stop playing it!” Others, however, believed that Omar used “too much autotune” and that the vocals did not live up to the melody, despite the widespread acclaim for the Zindagi Gulzar Hai actor.

“How much auto-tune should we use?” the director asked. To answer your question, sure, I am a singer, “joked one onlooker, while another felt the songs were empty.

Fans may have mixed feelings about Omar’s new direction in her music career, but the music video has the potential to win over even the most cynical listener with its dreamy visuals and reassuring lyrics.

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