Mathira Just Featured In Naseebo Lal’s Latest Song And Uff Qayamat Agayi

By Iman Zia | 15 Feb, 2019

Mathira is an actual goddess – my goddess.  I’ve always been unfailingly complimenting her, not being a shill at all just FYI. Her confidence, her wonderful aura of sprinkling cheer where she is is something not many can do. She’s unapologetic about herself, she’s carefree, she’s a confident singular mother who is the epitome of valiance…need I go on?


So, imagine my delight when someone like Mathira collaborates with a living legend and THE Naseebo Lal? ARE YOU MINDBLOWN YET?

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Mathira recently starred in a music video Nasha Sajna Da” sung by Naseebo Lal along with Punjabi rapper Arbax Arry.

The song is a fabulous and heartfelt song with the soulful Naseebo Lal’s soothing voice kickstarting the song with a soft and aching lyric; “Bus nazaron se Allah bachaye.” 

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While we don’t see the legend herself, her voice is mimed by the gorgeous Mathira, who never compromises on the essence of Naseebo’s vocals because of her soft facial expressions.

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Rapper Abrax bellows out his powerful lyric,m intertwining with Naseebo’s prowess voice throughout the song.

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Mathira looks the usual goddess that she is – she’s so gorgeous and owns the screen, adding a bit of glamor and glitz to the song that’s been shot in some exotic location.

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I personally LOVE the song.


What do you guys think about the song?


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