As the much-anticipated Pakistan Super League (PSL) Season 9 approaches, the spotlight is once again on the selection of the official anthem, with fans wondering if singing sensation Ali Zafar will make a comeback.

Known for creating anthems that resonate with cricket enthusiasts, Ali Zafar has previously lent his voice to the first three seasons of the tournament, producing hits like “Ab Khel Ke Dikha” in 2016 and the record-breaking “Ab Khel Jamay Ga” in 2017. However, subsequent years have seen other artists taking up the mantle, each bringing their unique flavor to the cricketing extravaganza.

In a recent post on X (formerly Twitter), Zafar openly questioned the potential impact of his involvement in creating this year’s anthem and sought honest opinions from the public.

Here’s what Ali Zafar took to X:

The PSL anthems over the years have been a mix of diverse collaborations, with Fawad Khan and Young Desi teaming up for “Khel Deewano Ka” in 2019 and Atif Aslam and Aima Baig showcasing their musical prowess in “Agay Dekh” in 2022. The 2023 anthem, “Sab Sitaray Humaray,” featured Asim Azhar, Shae Gill, and Faris Shafi, earning accolades from fans.

Despite the diverse musical talents, fans often find themselves comparing every anthem to the iconic “Ab Khel Jamay Ga.” Zafar’s inquiry into the potential impact of his return has sparked a lively debate among fans, each expressing their views on social media platforms.


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