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Junaid Jamshed’s wife

Spouse: Junaid Jamshed (m. 1990–2016)

Children: Taimur Junaid

He wanted to become a fighter pilot

Jamshed wanted to join the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) to become a fighter pilot.

However his weak eyesight prevented this and he served a short stint in PAF as a civilian contractor.

His father, Jamshed Akbar, was a Group Captain in the PAF.

He retired from music in 2001

In 2001, Jamshed retired from music and joined the Tableeghi Jamaat, a religious organisation.

When he died, he was returning from Chitral where he had gone for a Tableeghi Jamaat mission.

His last call was with vocalist Salman Ahmed

Before leaving for Chitral, the naat-khawan received his last call from famed vocalist Salman Ahmed.

He exhorted the vocalist to capitalize on his talent in music to bring about good and positive change.

He left Vital Signs in 1998

Jamshed opted for a solo musical career as he parted ways with Vital Signs in 1998.

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“Dil Dil Pakistan” was ranked third among the top 10 songs by BBC

In 2003, the BBC World Service conducted a poll to choose the most popular songs, which received around 7,000 entries from all over the world.

According to BBC, people from 155 countries and territories voted in the poll. “Dil Dil Pakistan” was ranked third among the top 10 songs.

Shoaib Mansoor’s Khuda Ke Liye was inspired by JJ

According to JJ’s friend, Shoaib Mansoor, the film Khuda Kay Liye was inspired by Jamshed’s life.

He had offered him the lead role in place of Shaan Shahid.

When offered the role, Jamshed maintained that he will “shave his beard” for the film and the role for Jamshed was written by Mansoor.

Jamshed later refused to be a part of the film and Mansoor maintained that:

“Responses like this one convinced people that Jamshed was not certain about his future, and that the Islamist experience was just a phase.”

A resident of Islamabad, Raazia Muzaffar claims to be the third wife of the late singer turned religious scholar Junaid Jamshed.

As per details, she has filed a lawsuit at the Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday to seek her inheritance share as per Muslim laws.

Moreover, according to the claimant, the late Islamic preacher married her in 2009, on October 20.

Muzaffar has further claimed that the deceased used to bore her expenses by sending money every month until his tragic death.

Yesterday, the SHC directed the heirs-at-law of the late religious scholar to keep up with the status quo.

The woman claiming to be his third wife has filed a lawsuit in regard to his millions of rupees worth of moveable and immovable properties.

Moreover, she shared that the children of her late husband from his first wife had obtained a succession certificate from the court.

However, as she hid the fact about her heirship, the right of inheritance from her late spouse and her due was being denied.

In addition to this, the claimant mentioned the details of moveable and immovable properties worth millions of rupees as per the succession certificate.

She submitted that she had approached the SHC for revocation of the letter of administration issued in favor of Jamshed’s son.

Not only him but also the other children from her spouse’s first wife. Reportedly, the court had granted the status quo in the matter.

Jamshed’s alleged third wife has requested the court to grant her the share of inheritance in the estate of the deceased as per the Muslim laws.

Muzaffar has also requested to direct the administration, partition, and distribution of the estate of the deceased amongst all legal heirs as per their respective shares.

At the age of 52, Junaid Jamshed and his second wife died on 7 December 2016 when Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Flight 661 crashed in Havelian.

As per the reports, the flight was en route to Islamabad from Chitral.

Along with the cabin crew, 42 others lost their lives to the horrible plane crash.

The deceased was in Chitral for a Tablighi Jamaat mission and was returning to Islamabad.