Aakash - a joint venture between Ali Hiader and the Milestones
- made their debut on the 14th of August, 1996 (Pakistan
Independence Day). Enthralling audiences everywhere, Aakash
has not only become popular in Pakistan but other countries
as well such as the United States.
121 Muslim Colony Park View,
Ali Haider - Vocals and Backing Vocals
Ali Tim - Bass and Backing Vocals
Ziyyad Gulzar - Guitars and Keyboards
Alen Smith - Drums and Precussions, Backing Vocals
Here for Songs by Aakash
first compilation consisted of a mixture of both fast
and slow tracks. Everybody expected something out of
the ordinary when these two artistes teamed up, and
this album delivered just that. Some of the better numbers
from this album were Masti and Dil Wale.
Sa Mukhra (remix)
second album was basically a collection of tracks from
the previous album, plus a few more hits such as Chand
Sa Mukhra remix, Laila and Mein Hoon Pakistan.
The extremely talked about video for Chand Sa Mukhra
was shot in India and proved to be very popular on both
sides of the border