Top 5 this week-Pakistani celebrities

List of individuals who have been the talk of town this past week. The list would be updated every Wednesday. Do let me know if you think I have gone wrong or put forward suggestions for next week

At number 5 we have.

5) Najam Sheraz:

He has been making news with his new album, currently he is on tour in india.

Najam Sheraz is one of the most prolific musicians of Pakistan. A versatile singer with an alluring voice, music is Najam’s passion. He carries behind him a whole lot of albums featuring singles that are considered to be anthems worldwide.

The Album features some renowned musicians like Chris Eaton co-producer, Pianist (has done many no1s of Cliff Richards, Amy Grant, Jessica Simpson, Janet Jackson). Miles Bould a legendary percussionist and among many other talents He portrays all his skills quite efficiently in this album. It is an assortment of thought provoking numbers, ballads and all other genres that Najam Sheraz is a master at Track such as ‘Mahiya’ deals with universal women empowerment.

4) Shoaib Akhtar

A sigh of relief and a sense of satisfaction! These could be the possible transformations Shoaib Akhtar might just go through after his much-awaited Indian Premier League’s debut match against Delhi Daredevils. The twists and turns in the pacer’s controversial life seemed to be quite identical with his comeback bowling. From facing a five-year ban on his international career to finally getting a nod for IPL, Shoaib’s rollercoaster journey to reach the grounds at Eden Gardens in Kolkata has been phenomenal. The infamous bad boy of international cricket – Shoaib Akhtar joined Shah Rukh’s bunch of goons, as he proudly promotes them in one of his TV commercials, and brought the missing charm to the Bollywood star’s depleted team.

3) Strings:

As days come closer, the excitement surrounding Strings’s new album, Koi Aanay Wala Hai is touching new heights. The first promos of the new album are out and they are looking really good.

“Koi Aane Wala Hai” will be released in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Dubai on May 16, the first time an album by Strings has been issued in different markets across the world simultaneously.

The decision to simultaneously release the album in different markets is aimed at countering piracy. “We want our fans to have ready access to the album. Fans who can t access it will download it from the internet,” he said.

“Besides, we want to tap new markets like Bangladesh and Nepal, where the rock scene is booming,” Kapadia said. “There are a lot of people in these countries who are into our type of music.” Kapadia and his band-mate Bilal Maqsood have already completed two videos for the album – one for the title track that features Bollywood actor John Abraham and another for the song “Jaago”.

“We will also be making a third video for the album,” Kapadia said. “The video for Koi Aane Wala Hai , directed by Ravi Udyavar, is very interesting. And of course, it features John Abraham,” Kapadia, who was here with Maqsood to participate in the Olympic torch relay, told reporters.

Joint first we have none other then.

1) Nawaz Sharif and Zaradi.

Pakistan faced a new political crisis on Tuesday after former premier Nawaz Sharif pulled his party’s ministers out of the country’s six-week-old coalition government, officials said.

The nine ministers from Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) stepped down after the coalition failed to meet a Monday deadline on how and when to reinstate judges sacked by President Pervez Musharraf last year.

The eventual reinstatement of the judges is likely to cause a major headache for embattled former army chief Musharraf, a key US ally, who considers them hostile to his rule.