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Things NFAK has taught me.

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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is not just a human who was a legend, he is an experience, he is magic. The kind of magic not everyone can experience but only those who actually want to and try to. And once they do, it’s really hard to get out of that. Well it can be said that there are NFAK muggles too who don’t like him but lets just ignore them, not everyone is lucky.  Jeff Buckley called him his Elvis and a god, Shekhar Kapur (don’t ask who he is b/c even I don’t know) said that he was the closest to God while working with NFAK and I agree.

Now before any of you tries to act smart, WE KNOW NFAK DIDN’T USE TO WRITE HIS OWN QAWWALIS. But who would have known Bulleh Shah, Amir Khusro or any other poet so closely if it wasn’t for NFAK?

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2 thoughts on “Things NFAK has taught me.”

  1. I followed Nusrat Saab and I am a fan of his artistry. Shekhar Kapur was once a celebrated Indian director, known for his off beat work in both Bollywood and to a small extent in Hollywood, apart from being an actor.

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