Sajjad Ali Age, Wife, Family, Biography, Facts & More
Physical Stats & More
in centimeters- 175 cm
in meters- 1.75 m
in feet inches- 5’ 9”
in kilograms- 65 kg
in pounds- 143 lbs
Date of Birth
24 August 1966
Age (as in 2017)
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Zodiac sign/Sun sign
National College of Arts, Lahore
University of Karachi
Singing Album: Master Sajjad Sings Memorable Classics (1979) Single: Babia (1993) Music Composition: Love Letter (1989) Acting Telefilm: Love Letter (1989)
Father- Shafqat Hussain (Actor, Cricketer) Mother- Name Not Known Brothers- Waqar Ali (Musician), Lucky Ali (Musician) Sister- Not Known
The video of his 1995 song 'Chief Sahab,' allegedly targeted a political party and its workers. A rumour then made rounds that in relation to the video, one of the workers of the political party, which was attacked, shaved Sajjad's head, following which, the singer fled out of Pakistan and got settled in Dubai. Sajjad, however, maintains that he moved to Dubai for personal reasons.
Girls, Affairs and More
Noreen Sajjad (m. 1989-present)
Sons- 2 Daughters- Zaw Ali (Singer) and 1 other
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sajjad Ali
Does Sajjad Ali smoke?: Not Known
Does Sajjad Ali drink alcohol?: Not Known
Sajjad’s father was a cricketer and an actor. He was, for the first time, featured in a 1973 film, ‘Badal Aur Bijli.’
While pursuing Bachelor of Arts, Sajjad briefly learnt to play The Piano.
Sajjad released his debut album at the age of just 13.
His brother, Lucky, went to the United States to pursue his business. He ran a cellphone shop there, which eventually resulted in him losing more than $30,000. Lucky then returned to Pakistan in 2014 and set up his studio.
He got the fame through a Noor Jehan’s song, ‘Banwari Chakori,’ which he performed at the stage show of PTV’s 25th anniversary.
Lyrics of most of the songs from Sajjad’s album are written by his brother Waqar Ali.
After having released a classical single, ‘Chal Rein De,’ in July 2006, he released ‘Sajjad-Ali Sinsym Flight,’ a jazzy, Sufi beat, in September the same year.
For his extraordinary skills, popular musician A. R. Rahman, publically praised his voice stating him as the original crossover.
In August 2017, Sajjad sang ‘Ronay Na Diya’ with his daughter Zaw Ali in the 10th season of Coke Studio.