Neelam Muneer Did An Item Song In Order To Serve The Country

Neelam says it’s the first and last item song of her life.

Neelam Muneer Did An Item Song In Order To Serve The CountryNeelam Muneer Khan is a Pakistani actress. She has worked as a model for big names in the industry. Neelam has been part of the movie ‘Chupan Chupai’ opposite Ahsan Khan. The film earned her a nomination for Best Film Actress at the 17th Lux Style Awards.

Neelam is going to be the part of the upcoming romantic drama film Kaaf Kangna. Muneer will next perform an item number in film Kaaf Kangna, slated to release in 2019.

Neelam Muneer Did An Item Song In Order To Serve The CountryNeelam posted her item song named as Khawabo Mai. The only reason Neelam performed on an item song because she wanted to serve the country.

Neelum wrote:

“I did this Song only because this movie is a project of ISPR. Perhaps this is the first and last Item Song of my life. But you all know that whatever I do, I own it and I do it with pride. Pakistan key liey mari Jan hamesha hazir hey. I’m sure you all will go and watch this movie. Enjoy !!!”

Neelam Muneer Did An Item Song In Order To Serve The CountryHere’s the complete song from movie Kaaf Kangna:

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  • First of all lyrics kisney likhey?? Inthai faltu and third class, dance ki toh baat bhi na karo and second galat harkat ko excuses sey justify nai kiya ja sakta.

  • Awful. In very poor taste. I am not a fan of Noori as an item song either, but at least it’s musical and Mahira khan though item-y is at least graceful. Not sure why both India and Pakistan must promote cheap stuff. Increasingly feel Khaili ur Rehman’s writing and sensibility is becoming shoddy…very sort of cheap third class…Seems to be happening with Pakistani dramas across the board…even as sophisticated people like ishtiaq, sajal, ahad have a scene in which interviewer is asking sketchy questions (but will give benefit of doubt…perhaps they know each other). this is the cost of too much quantity in the world…mad race for karo karo karo content content…and then people say “we are doing it for you”…everybody is doing it for themselves

  • She always had that cheap look and expressions on her face and was meant to be an item girl. I wish to see her do more such item numbers in the future.

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