Mustafa Zahid, is a rock artist (singer), musician, lyricist, TV host, director and producer. He was born on 18 December 1984 at Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. He is the cousin of Ali Azmat, who was the lead vocalist of the rock band ‘ Junoon’. Mustafa did his education in ‘Crescent model School’ and then his engineering from ‘Government College Lahore’. He also joined Pakistan Air force as a GD pilot but he didn’t continue. He started his career in Bollywood music industry in the year 2007 with his two great hit songs ‘Toh Phir Aao’ and ‘ Tera Mera Rishta’ in the movie Awarapan. The songs were originally composed and written by Mustafa Zahid but Pritam did the music for the film. In 2009, he came with one more release “Khuda Kay Liye” from the film “ Runway”. He once again came out in 2012 with three massive hit songs of Blood Money which were ‘Jo tere Sang’, ‘Gunah Kia’ and ‘Teri Yaadon Se'. these songs are calculated as best work of Mustafa Zahid till today. Mustafa gave some more hits in various Hindi movies such as ‘Hum Jee Lenge’ from Murder 3, ‘Junoon’ from Shootout At Wadala and another massive soundtrack ‘Bhula Dena’ from Aashiqui 2. He has performed in over more than 50 cities all over the world including Dubai, Mumbai, Karachi, London, New York and Glasgow and many more. In 2004 Mustafa and his friends formed a band “ROXEN”. The initial members of the Roxen band were Mustafa Zahid, Omar Jodi and Haider. The band focuses on the blend of Sufi rock, acoustic and pop. Their debut album released in 2006 titled “Roxen-E-Dewaar”. The album remained on top for 6 weeks. Roxen band uses labels such as ‘Fire Records, Saregama HMV, Sony Music and T-Series’.
Mukesh Nathani Hindi Actor

Mukesh Nathani

Mukesh Nathani is a reputed Hindi TV actor and a regular on the small screen. His latest venture was with the Village Boy Productions’ “Ek Ghar Banaunga”, on Star Plus, which went off air on June 7, 2014, after a successful stint for over a year. Mukesh Nathani had been signed to play the father of a new family introduced in the show, his character being named Ravikant Garg. Ravikant happened to be the elder brother of Shashikant (Hemant Chaudhary). Vimla, his wife, was essayed by Bharti, who was the elder sister of Mangala (Neelima Parandekar). Ravikant and his family paid them a surprise visit. They portrayed extremely progressive characters, and along with their son, served a sharp contrast to the Shashikant family, and its rigid ideals and beliefs. Before this, Mukesh Nathani was also seen in Shreya Creations’ “Sabki Jodi Wohi Banaata ... Bhagyavidhaata”, which aired on Colors, where he played the character of Umashankar, estranged husband of Tillouri and father of Rekha. He was also screened later in Sunshine Productions’ “Na bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha”, which was screened on Colors too, where he played the crucial role of the father of Guru, which was played by Dushyant Wagh. Guru’s father had always been a very important part of the storyline of “Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha”, as Guru kept talking about his parents love story all the time, even before Nathani’s character had been introduced on screen. He came into the foray when the leads decided to pay him a visit in Nepal, where they went for their honeymoon after their marriage. Nathani, as Guru’s father, was a witty guy whose love story went on to inspire Mohan and Megha, the lead protagonists of the serial played by Kunal Karan Kapoor and Aakanksha Singh, respectively.