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Umair Awan: The Guy Whose Dreams Are Chasing Him Down

Let’s admit it a lot of us have been scolded for scrolling through Instagram late at night when we were young. Little did we know back then that one day Instagram would not just be a mere platform to stalk the life others but will become your chance of being famous – A dream most […]

Umair Awan Pakistani Singer

Let’s admit it a lot of us have been scolded for scrolling through Instagram late at night when we were young. Little did we know back then that one day Instagram would not just be a mere platform to stalk the life others but will become your chance of being famous – A dream most of us have dreamt at least once. Same happened with umair awan a middle-class guy with big dreams, just like how you and I were in high school.

When you speak with umair you would feel like he is Rancho, while all of us shed the skin of big dreams and jumped into the river of the rat race, he resited, he resited to submit to what is ordinary and chase his dreams.

Coming from a poor family all umair had was his dreams and a passion to go after them. After being rejected at multiple auditions, the guy turned towards Instagram. And slowly and steadily his account started to grow. His hard work started bearing the proverbial fruit of fame and recognition.

His story provokes the thought that maybe dreams do come true. Umair all set to make his Bollywood debut now, he has also signed a music album with a big label.

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