DJ Aqeel (born Aqeel Ali) is an Indian DJ and composer.[1][2][3]

DJ Aqeel
Aqeel Ali
Years active2000–present
SpouseFarah Khan Ali

Biography edit

Family edit

Aqeel married Ali,[4] who is the daughter of actor Sanjay Khan, and is the sister of the Bollywood actor Zayed Khan,[5] in 1999.[citation needed] The couple have two children.[6]

Nightclubs owned edit

He used to own the Hype Nightclub in Atria Mall in Worli, Mumbai,[7] also in Delhi's Hotel Shangri-La and in Ludhiana known as Urban Hara (Hype).[8]

Discography edit

Singles and collaborations edit

  • Shake It Daddy Mix77
  • Tu Hai Wahi
  • 'Fanaa for you' in the movie Fanaa
  • 'My Dil Goes Mmmm (English Club Mix)' and 'My Dil Goes Mmmm (Instrumental)' in the movie Salaam Namaste
  • Gal Ban Gayi Remix T-Series
  • Ek Do Teen (remix) for movie : Desi Magic[9]
  • "Ye Waada Raha (remix)"
  • "Nihaal Ho Gayi (remix)"
  • "Aap Se Mausiiquii (Tropical Mix)" for Album Aap Se Mausiiquii
  • "Dil Disco Karein (Remix)" for Album Surroor 2021

Albums edit

  • Aur Ek Haseena Thi (T-Series)
  • The Daddy Mix (UMI-10)
  • The return to the Daddy Mix (UMI-10)
  • Ek Hasina Thi (UMI-10)
  • DJ Aqeel Forever (Saregama)
  • Don Remix (UMI-10)
  • DJ Aqeel Forever 2 (2012) (Saregama)
  • DJ Aqeel Forever 3 (2014) (Saregama)
  • DJ Aqeel Disco 82

References edit

  1. ^ "DJ Aqeel returns to Dubai after 10 years". Retrieved 12 July 2020.
  2. ^ Booth, Gregory D.; Shope, Bradley (2014). More Than Bollywood: Studies in Indian Popular Music. OUP USA. ISBN 978-0-19-992885-9.
  3. ^ Davis, Graeme (2007). Lingua Et Linguistica 1.2. ISBN 978-1-84799-129-4.
  4. ^ "DJ Aqeel, his wife Farah Khan Ali and actor Zayed Khan at the launch of actor producer Sanjay Khans book The Best Mistakes of My Life in Mumbai on Oct 28 2018".
  5. ^ Shaikh, Jamal (4 November 2018). "Family drama: Sanjay Khan spills his best-kept family secrets, replete with cinema-style bravado". Hindustan Times. Archived from the original on 1 August 2019. Retrieved 1 August 2019.
  6. ^ Gomes-Gupta, Sheree (10 February 2006). "Ye hai Don!". DNA India.
  7. ^ Jhaveri, rayna. "Living up to the HYPE: Mumbai's new luxury dance club : CNN Travel". Retrieved 12 July 2020.
  8. ^ "Hype Out With DJ Aqeel in Goa, SinQ | What's Hot". Whats Hot. Retrieved 27 September 2020.
  9. ^ "Ek, Do, Teen recreated by DJ Aqeel for Ameesha". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 7 April 2013. Retrieved 26 June 2020.

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