LAHORE: Singer, drummer and founder of Overload music band Farhad Humayun passed away in Lahore. He was 42.
The specific justification his passing couldn’t be known; nonetheless, it was discovered that he had a brain tumor and had effectively gone through two significant medical procedures.
He was let go on Tuesday evening at the Mian Mir Graveyard.
He was the child of theater and TV entertainer and scholarly Navid Shahzad, a beneficiary of the Pride of Performance Award.
The information on his demise came as a major stun for the music buffs, particularly adolescents, and a considerable lot of his impassioned admirers.
Farhad is made due by his mom, Navid Shahzad, and sisters Sarah Shahzad and Reema Bukhari.
He founded the Overload in 2003 and started his career as an underground musician while formed two bands, Co-Ven and Mindriot, in which he played drums. He won numerous awards and accolades for both his audio and video work and owned the Riot Studios, the famous recording studio and a gig venue in Lahore.
Farhad Humayun was brought into the world in Jersey in the English Channel at the Jersey International Hospital to Navid Shahzad and Shahzad Humayun. His mom is an amazing TV, theater and film entertainer and the chief Pakistani researcher and scholastic. His dad was an auto money manager and Pakistan’s honor winning cricket observer all through the 1970s till the mid 2000s.
Farhad experienced childhood in the Gulberg space of Lahore and learned at the Aitchison College till auxiliary school. He went to the National College of Arts where he did his Bachelors in Fine Arts (Painting) in 2000. He likewise considered sound designing at the chronicle workshop in Ladbroke Grove, London.
Farhad stuck with significant Pakistani stone performers and artists like Meesha Shafi, Atif Aslam, Ali Zafar, Noori and Fuzon and had joint efforts with numerous others. He had likewise joint efforts with drummer Pappu Saeen while another drummer Nasir Saeen was consistently a piece of Overload. He made the customary Punjabi drum a piece of ordinary music.
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