Kaavish gives shoutout to Abdul Hannan after their ‘unforgettable’ performance in Lahore

The band and singer performed Coke Studio hit, O Yaara for the first time live

Entertainment Desk June 14, 2024

Kaavish, the band that fans have longed to see live for years, finally made a grand return to the concert scene after a 14-year hiatus. This weekend in Lahore, they delivered a performance that was nothing short of spectacular. Adding to the magic of the evening, Abdul Hannan joined them on stage to perform their recent Coke Studio hit, O Yaara, marking the first time the collaboration was played live.

In a heartfelt Instagram post capturing the moment on stage, the duo expressed their deep gratitude to Hannan for his remarkable contribution to the show. They highlighted how his presence and dedication, despite personal challenges, made the performance truly special. 

The caption read: "This show, this experience would’ve been incomplete without you. You responded to our call with so much love, and even when you weren’t well, and were to travel the next day, you still came.” The band went on to add, “It was an honour sharing the stage with you. Every moment will be an unforgettable memory. May God Bless you with all that’s good for you, and you keep spreading love through your work."

Not to be outdone in the praise department, the Iraaday singer took to the comments to share his own emotional response. “It was such an honour and an emotional rollercoaster for me to even be on stage with you guys, let alone be performing with you. I've grown up listening to and covering Kaavish songs so I'm incredibly lucky and grateful to have had this opportunity. Working with you guys has left a lifelong impact on me and I hope and pray that you guys continue to perform and impact people's lives with your music and shows,” Hannan wrote.


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