JUNOON: Pakistan's all time favourite band gives a good news to the nation
LAHORE – After 13 long years, a national biscuit brand Sooper is reuniting all-time favorite and the most beloved band of Pakistan, Junoon stated press release. The reunion is aimed at uniting the people of Pakistan through Junoon’s legendary and inspiring Sufi music.
Spirit, Valour– or as it’s called in Urdu, Junoon – is the pride of the Pakistani people. The campaign seeks to bring the message of rising together through the reunion of Junoon. It also aims to take the platform above and beyond in the years to come by spreading the message of unity and harmony.
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Ayesha Janjua, the marketing manager of the local brand while speaking to the media said, “The reunion of Junoon is a pivotal moment in history. In the years to come, we will continue to be the positive voice that inspires millions of Pakistanis.”
Junoon was one of the most liked bands in Pakistan in the 1990s comprising of Ali Azmat, Salman Ahmed, and Brian O’Connell. Their song for 1996 Cricket Worldcup still wins our heart.