Lucky Ali Genre: Pop/World/Reggae, Film/Bollywood, India Hometown: India
Lucky Ali first drew attention with the ballad 'O sanam' from the album 'Sunoh',
filmed amidst the pyramids of Egypt. The album sold over several awards,
including Best Pop Male 4,00,000 copies and catapulted Lucky Ali to fame. The
album won him Vocalist at the on the MTV Asia Charts for 60 weeks. 1996 Screen
Awards and the Channel [V] Viewers’ Choice Award. Lucky’s second album, 'Sifar'
was released by Sony music in 1997.
Lucky struck gold with his first foray into films. His debut effort, 'Kaho Naa...
Pyaar Hai' had him singing two numbers, 'Ek pal ka jeena' and 'Na tum jaano na
hum' for music director Rajesh Roshan. The songs made history on the charts, and
'Na tum jaano na hum' also won Lucky his first Filmfare award for best male
Lucky has come a long way, from working in an oilrig to making music. He now
finds himself on the verge of a new beginning. He knows the direction he’s
headed in, and also knows that he has a long way to go. His latest offering 'Aks'
tends to give this very message.