Sunday, 24 September 2017

Ali Sameer New Look For His Upcoming As Rockstar 2018

THE NEWS: This Is How Much Ali Sameer Will Reportedly Get Per Episode.

islamabad: Our favourite and much-awaited TV reality show Ali Sameer Model is all set to comeback with much more fun in its 2nd season. The fans are already super excited and can't wait to watch their beloved host and dost Ali Sameer again on Rockstar Tv Shom

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Saturday, 13 June 2015

Tujhe Dil Mein Sama Lia -Ali Sameer

Pakistani Singer Ali Sameer's New Song "TUJHE DIL MEIN SAMA LIA"
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Singer: Ali Sameer
Song: Tujhe Dil Mein Sama Lia
Dic: Nasir Khan
Editing: Ali
Music Composer: Ali Sameer
Song Writer: Ali Sameer
Album: Awara Dill
Hiter: Pakistani Music 

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Tujhe Dil Mein Sama Lia

Ali Sameer Singer's New Song "Tujhe Dil Mein Sama Lia" 
Ali Sameer Music Cover

Ali Sameer Pakistani Pop Singer, Ali Sameer Song (Tujhe Dil Mein Sama Lia) 
"Awara Dil" By Ali Sameer 
Ali Sameer Songs (Tujhe Dil Sama Lia) 
OST: Awara Dil 
Singer: Ali Sameer 
Composer: Ali 
Director: Qaiser Khan 
Post: Nasir Awaan

Music Is The Key to Success? -Ali Sameer Singer

Ali Sameer Singer Say about music success. CONDOLEEZZA RICE trained to be a concert pianist. Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, was a professional clarinet and saxophone player. The hedge fund billionaire Bruce Kovner is a pianist who took classes at Juilliard.

Multiple studies link music study to academic achievement. But what is it about serious music training that seems to correlate with outsize success in other fields?
The connection isn’t a coincidence. I know because I asked. I put the question to top-flight professionals in industries from tech to finance to media, all of whom had serious (if often little-known) past lives as musicians. Almost all made a connection between their music training and their professional achievements.
The phenomenon extends beyond the math-music association. Strikingly, many high achievers told me music opened up the pathways to creative thinking. And their experiences suggest that music training sharpens other qualities: Collaboration. The ability to listen. A way of thinking that weaves together disparate ideas. The power to focus on the present and the future simultaneously.

If I had my life to live over again, I would have made a rule to read some poetry and listen to some music at least once every week.

And I thought about how many people have loved those songs. And how many people got through a lot of bad times because of those songs. And how many people enjoyed good times with those songs. And how much those songs really mean. I think it would be great to have written one of those songs. I bet if I wrote one of them, I would be very proud. I hope the people who wrote those songs are happy. I hope they feel it's enough. I really do because they've made me happy. And I'm only one person. Ali Sameer Singer

Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.

It's the weekend and at some point you'll probably relax to your favourite music, watch a film with a catchy title track - or hit the dance floor. There's no doubt that listening to your favourite music can instantly put you in a good mood. But scientists are now discovering that music can do more for you than just lift your spirits. Research is showing it has a variety of health benefits. Fresh research from Austria has found that listening to music can help patients with chronic back pain. And a recent survey by Mind - the mental health charity - found that after counselling, patients found group therapy such as art and music therapy, the most useful. -Ali Sameer Singer

How it helps: Music works on the autonomic nervous system - the part of the nervous system responsible for controlling our blood pressure, heartbeat and brain function - and also the limbic system - the part of the brain that controls feelings and emotions. According to one piece of research, both these systems react sensitively to music. When slow rhythms are played, our blood pressure and heartbeat slow down which helps us breathe more slowly, thus reducing muscle tension in our neck, shoulders, stomach and back. And experts say that apart from physical tension, music also reduces psychological tension in our mind. In other words when we feel pain, we become frightened, frustrated and angry which makes us tense up hundreds of muscles in our back. Listening to music on a regular basis helps our bodies relax physically and mentally, thus helping to relieve - and prevent - back pain. The research: A new study from Austria's General Hospital of Salzburg due to be published in The Vienna Medical Weekly Journal could hold the key to back pain. In the study, 65 patients aged between 21 and 68 with chronic back pain after back surgery were divided into two groups. One group received standard medical care and physiotherapy. The other group also listened to music and received visualisation classes for 25 minutes every day for three weeks. Results found that the group who listened to music and used imagery experienced better pain relief than the group who did not. Clinical psychologist Franz Wendtner who led the study says: 'Music is an important part of our physical and emotional wellbeing - ever since we were babies in our mother's womb listening to her heartbeat and breathing rhythms. 'Listening to music for about 25 minutes everyday for at least ten days can help prevent back pain and also make you sleep better.' Which type of music is best? Experts believe any type of classical music such as Mozart or Beethoven can help relieve muscle pain. Calm, slow music is also thought to help.