Muhammad Atif Aslam (Urdu: محمد عاطف اسلم; born 12 March 1983; colloquially referred to as Atif Aslam) is a Pakistani playback singer and actor. He has recorded numerous chart-topping songs in both Pakistan and India and is known for his vocal belting technique. He predominantly sings in Urdu and Hindi, but has also sung in Bengali. Due to the status of his consistently successful chart-topping songs, he is often regarded as one of the all-time best playback singers in the Indian and Pakistani music industries. In 2008, Aslam received the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, the fourth-highest civilian honour award from the Pakistani government as well as numerous Lux Style Awards. Aslam made his acting debut in 2011 with the Urdu social drama film Bol. In 2019, he was awarded with a star in the Dubai Walk of Fame upon his nomination for the "Best Singer in Pakistan". Aslam has an extensively large following at home in Pakistan as well as in neighbouring India, where his fans call themselves "Aadeez" (Urdu: عادیز transl. "Habituals").