Pakistani Drama Songs – Best Ones from 2015 to 2020

Pakistani Drama Songs play a huge part in the impact that the drama makes. The Pakistani Drama Song or OST of any drama also serves as an introduction to the subject because the lyrics are pretty much related to the story and tell a tale in a precise manner. Pakistani drama OST’s have always been popular and are well received by the drama viewers. These drama OSTs are always soulful with beautiful music, melodious playback singing and meaningful lyrics. This is the reason why these OST’s become a part of playlists and are listened by a wide majority of people. Producers also make sure to pick the best OST’s that will bring their dramas the attention they deserve.

In the past few years, there have been so many beautiful Pakistani drama songs that impressed one and all.

Let’s take a look at the best OSTs of Pakistani Dramas that we came across in from 2015 to 2020.

Best Drama Songs of 2015

The year 2015 wasn’t the best in terms of the kind of dramas, the viewers got to watch on different channels. Even then there were a few OSTs that were soulful and melodious.


Singer: Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan

Composer: Sahir Ali Bagga

Lyricist: Imran Raza

Alvida was a popular drama that had interesting twists and turns. Alvida’s OST was different from others. It had beautiful lyrics and the composer Sahir Ali Bagga did complete justice to them. Shafqat Amanat Ali’s soulful voice made it even more magical.

Mera Naam Yousuf Hei 

Singers: Rizwan Anwar, Imran Abbas, Saad Sultan

Composer: Saad Sultan

Lyricist: Saad Sultan

Mera Naam Yousuf Hei was a powerful love story and much more. The moving and mesmerizing OST of the drama went well with its theme. It is the kind of OST you can listen to on repeat.

Tum Mere Pass Raho 

Singer: Zeb Bangash

Composer: Waqar Ali

Lyricist: Sabir Zafar

A soothing, catchy and relatively sad OST, definitely one of the best from 2015. It was loved by the viewers.


Singers: Zeb Bangash and Momin Durani

Composer: Shani Irshad

Lyricist: Sabir Zafar

Diyar-e-Dil’s OST was just as brilliant as the drama itself. This OST contributed to adding to the beauty of the drama itself since it suited the situations perfectly.


Singer: Waqar Ali

Composer: Waqar Ali

Lyricist: S.K Khalish

Gul-e-Rana was a hit drama of 2015 which got a lot of love from the viewers. The melodious OST of the drama became popular, it showed Waqar Ali’s outstanding skills as a musician.

Best Drama Songs of 2016

In 2016 just like 2015, Hum was leading as far as OSTs were concerned although the competition was really tough between all the channels.

Sang-e-Mar Mar 

Singer: Rahat Fateh Ali

Composer: Sahir Ali Bagga

Lyricist: Imran Raza

Sang-e-Mar Mar was a huge hit because of its unconventional and appealing storyline. The OST was haunting and heartfelt. The lyrics and composition of this OST made it a real winner. And who better to sing it than Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.


Singers: Hadiqa Kiyani and Farhan Saeed

Composer: Sahir Ali Bagga

Lyricists: Sahir Ali Bagga

Sahir Ali Bagga is pure genius and the beautiful voices of both the singers made this OST even more appealing. This was without a doubt the best OST of 2016.

Zara Yaad Kar

Singer: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Composer: Sahir Ali Bagga

Lyricist: Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar usually writes the lyrics for the OST of his dramas himself which is why most often these lyrics are just as powerful as the dramas he writes. Zara Yaad Kar’s beautiful OST was bound to be the best since the top people in the field were behind it.

Mann Mayal

Singer: Qurat-ul-Ain Baloch and Shuja Haider

Composer: Shuja Haider

Lyricist: Shuja Haider

Mann Mayal as a drama got mixed response from the viewers but its OST was definitely emotional and melodious.


Singer: Zammad Baig and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

Composer: Saad Sultan

Lyricist: Zammad Baig

Dhaani’s OST is so catchy that if you listen to it once, you are bound to listen to it again. The lyrics are unconventional and the tune is captivating.

Best Drama Songs of 2017

Like every other year in 2017 as well there were some incredible OSTs which were a reflection of the

Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hei

Singer: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Composer: Sahir Ali Bagga

Lyricist: Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar

Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hei’s OST made many cry because of the soulful lyrics and also because of the story of the drama itself. This was another superbly written and composed OST which was sung by one of the best singers in Pakistan.

O Rangreza

Singer: Sahir Ali Bagga and Sajal Ali

Composer: Sahir Ali Bagga

Lyricist: Sajid Gul

O Rangreza was one of the most followed dramas on Hum which kept the viewers entertained for many weeks. It had the most uplifting and memorable OST.

Yakeen Ka Safar

Singer: Hadiqa Kiyani

Composer: Waqar Ali

Lyricist: Naseer Turabi

Yakeen Ka Safar’s OST had the most meaningful lyrics which were completely in sync with the main theme of the drama. Hadiqa Kiyani sung it so well and made it unforgettable.


Singer: Shani Arshad

Composer: Shani Arshad

Lyricist: Sabir Zafar

Muqabil’s OST was just as haunting and dark as its main theme but it had a special appeal which made it the best OST of 2017.


Singer: Shuja Haider

Composer: Shuja Haider

Lyricist: Sabir Zafar

Baaghi was based on the real-life story of social media sensation Qandeel Baloch. It had a mesmerizing OST which was loved by the viewers.

Best Drama Songs of 2018

So many good dramas aired in the year 2018 and their OSTs were equally amazing. The singers and composers surely put their heart and soul into making these OSTs outstanding.


Singer: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Composer: Sahir Ali Bagga

Lyricist: S.K.Khalish and Sahir Ali Bagga

Khaani was one of the most popular dramas of 2018. It also had the most appealing OST which definitely deserves to be heard over and over again.

Suno Chanda

Singer: Farhan Saeed

Composer: Naveed Nashad

Lyricist: Aehsun Talish

Suno Chanda was a Ramazan special drama that got so popular that a sequel was also shown in the coming year. Suno Chanda won the viewers over immediately. It has an old feel to it.


Singers: Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig

Composer: Sahir Ali Bagga

Lyricist: Sahir Ali Bagga

Khudgarz was another quality drama of 2018 with a powerful OST. This was another masterpiece by Sahir Ali Bagga. It is the kind of song that actually speaks to you.


Singers: Farhan Saeed and Naveed Nashad

Composer: Naveed Nashad

Lyricist: Imran Raza

Aangan’s OST was also magical and soulful. It has beautiful composition and lyrics which are spell-binding.

Aakhri Station

Singers: Tahira Syed and Roshaneh Zafar ft. Shabana Azmi

Composer: Arshad Mehmood

Lyricist: Amjad Islam Amjad

Aakhri Stations OST was definitely the best of all since it was so meaningful. It was the kind of OST that literally speaks to you. Tahira Syed sang after such a long time and she definitely chose such a meaningful song to lend her voice to.

Best Drama Songs of 2019

Do Bol

Singers: Nabeel Shaukat and Aima Baig

Composer: Naveed Naushad

Lyricists: Naveed Naushad and Imran Raza

Do Bol’s OST got the fame and recognition which few OSTs got in 2019. This popularity also went to show the significance of these soundtracks.


Singer: Asrar

Composer: Asrar

Lyricist: Sabir Zafar

Cheekh was another Pakistani drama the OST of which was liked by the viewers a lot. It was also an unconventional and appealing OST.


Singer: Nabeel Shaukat

Composer: Naveed Nashad

Lyricist: Qamar Nashad

Yaariyan was a hit drama which ruled the rating charts for weeks. Yaariyan’s OST was also one of the OSTs that can be heard repeatedly.

Best Drama Songs of 2020

2020 has only started but we have already watched so many wonderful dramas with beautiful OSTs.


Singers: Shuja Haider and Momina Mustehsan

Composer and Lyricist: Shuja Haider

Alif had a different subject and appeal. The OST of the drama therefore represented just that too.

Mere Pass Tum Ho

Singer: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Composer: Naveed Naushad

Lyricist: Khalil ur Rehman Qamar

Mere Pass Tum Ho was the biggest hit this year. The theme song of the play was just as impactful as the drama.

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