Back in Season 8 Sara Haider, alongside Ali Zafar, gave Salim Raza and Nasim Begum’s Ae Dill a sexy modern twist, following which, Sara Haider was praised for her breathtakingly strong vocals and the duet became an instant hit.
Prior to her Coke Studio stint, Sara Haider started her career on the stage, with a much-praised performance in the English language musical, Grease. She was also in the Uth Records series and began her Coke Studio career as a backing vocals artiste before debuting as a featured singer on Season 8.
Many Coke Studio fans were anticipating her comeback today next to Rizwan Butt in Meri Meri.
However after the song went live, people had mixed reactions.
Some people think she has evolved as even a better singer than before
Sara Haider's vocals slay the entire universe
— Zara Ahmed (@ZarminaIAm) September 16, 2016
Sara haider has transformed herself into sucha mature performer, fuck i miss her :/#CokeStudio9
— مراد (@mhtanoli) September 16, 2016
This one thought her talent deserved more airtime than Momina Mustehsan‘s three appearances in a single season
@HunzaBoi and tbh she did not deserve to have 3 songs in the studio. Average voice. They could have given more to rachel and sara haider.
— Aima Khan (@aimatahir1) September 15, 2016
For some, all the anticipation and expectation turned to disappointment after listening to the song
this multi music director theme is not working …. with rizwan butt and sara haider it was meant to be vocal powerhouse #CS9
— uzair (@muhazzib_shehri) September 16, 2016
Too much expectations from Sara Haider and Rizwan Butt.
— Minhal (@Minhal512) September 14, 2016
Yar why do you have to ruin Bulleh Shah's best kalaam?
Sara Haider's part is worst. https://t.co/anCG4PtxCC
— Maaaaham Khan. (@MahamK97) September 16, 2016
And some people simply do not appreciate the genre and didn’t like the fusion of Bulleh Shah’s kalam with rock music
Also, people noticed Sara and how pretty she looked
Pretty = HOT AF
sara haider looks hot tho✨
— Qudsia (@idunutknow) September 16, 2016
For all of you who haven’t yet listened to the song, here it is:
What do you guys think about the Sara Haider song?