The pop singer who is famous in Pakistan is also known as "The king of soul style" and "Mr. Unplugged". He began his career in 2008.. Falak Shabir was able to climb the ladder of success very fast. His debut work was very successful. He soon reached the limelight. He was born on December 24th in 1986. His native place is Karachi which is located in Pakistan. Falak Shabir and his family moved to Lahore later. He moved because of his father's business. His first work was in "Rog". It appeared on YouTube in 2008 and was nominated for the TMA award. TMA stands for Theatrical Management Association. This award is given in the United Kingdom. He never looked back after his first success. His second work was "Tera Saath Ho".
This was nominated for several awards including the MTV award and his song track, "7 Welcome to London" was included in the film. Falak Shabir's main genres were rock, pop, and romantic. He is not only a singer but also a lyricist and a musician. He plays instruments like the Guitar. He made another album called "Judah" in 2013. It was released under the T-series Label. He sang the song "Ijaza Ti Azat" for the single film. In the same year, he sang the song "Soniye Kaise Yeh" for the film, '
'. In the next year, he made several songs. He started to climb to the peak of his career which made him famous all over the world.
In 2014 he only made the Judah album in which he sang songs such as 'Rabba Ho' (which was an album version), 'Bin There', 'Ajjkain De', 'Oh Sanjana', 'BHO lab Hali' and 'Teri Kasam'. The songs such as 'Mujh Mein', 'Haiti', 'Naina da' became more famous. In his career, 2016 was his peak period, and the songs he sang in 2016 are 'Abyehdil', 'IK waa RFT', 'Waada'. In 2017 his songs become the trend and songs such as 'JA any act' and 'Bin Tere' became one of the most famous songs of 2017. Usually, pop singers originate from English speaking countries, but he came from a more traditional country, and succeeded. He became the motivator and role model to millions of people who want to succeed in the music.