Date: 13th April 2024
Time: 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm
Venue: KCC Amphitheatre

‘Harf-E-Dil' was an evening of ghazals, shayari, and storytelling. This event was a profound and enriching experience, where the power of words transcends barriers of language and culture, touching hearts and inspiring minds.
The soulful and melodious evening featured Atif Ali Khan, the great-grandson of the doyen of Indian Classical Music, Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, and Amir Ata, a disciple of the shaayar, Akbar Hossain Akbar.

About the Artists
Atif Ali Khan is a maestro in the realm of Ghazal and Hindustani Classical music, hailing from the illustrious Kasur Gharana. With lineage tracing back to the legendary Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Atif has been immersed in music from a tender age. Under the guidance of his uncle, Ustad Raza Ali Khan, Atif honed his skills in classical ragas. Alongside Ghazals, Atif also enthrals audiences with his renditions of light Bollywood music.

A modern-day poet, Aamir Ata, is a disciple of the shaayar, Akbar Hossain Akbar. His journey into poetry began at an early age, and his kalaams (poems) have been published on various platforms. He has performed across various cities in India.