Born on September 14, 1984 (age 34) at Lahore , Punjab , Pakistan.
Occupation: Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Director.
Height : 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Years Active :2003-Present
Farhan Saeed is a Pakistani singer-songwriter, actor, director, and entrepreneur. Farhan was the former lead vocalist of the Pakistani band Jal and is the owner of the restaurant Cafe Rock in Lahore. He has sung in Urdu as well as in Punjabi. Since 2014 he also turned towards acting, and gained recognition for his role in Hum TV’s serial Udaari (2016) and for his leading role in another Hum TV serial Suno Chanda (2018).
Farhan Saeed was born into a Kashmiri family. Both his parents are practising doctors. Music fan from the very start, he used to listen to Vital Signs and Junoon and centred his music around pop, and at times folk. In his teens, he took A-Level from Keynesian Institute of Management and Sciences(KIMS) and then enrolled for Computer Sciences to National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, after which he discovered his future band members in Atif and Gohar. The band took off and got famous across entire Asia for their brilliant brand of music. In 2011, reports broke out that he had parted his ways from Jal, which left his fans stunned. He pursued a solo career and became regular to feature in Bollywood. Saeed opened Cafe Rock restaurant at Hussain Chowk, situated off the M. M. Alam Road, Gulberg, Lahore. The restaurant follows the theme/trend of Hard Rock Cafes, providing underground bands and young aspiring artists with a platform to project themselves and perform in front of an audience. He married Urwa Hocane on 16 December 2016.
Farhan Saeed joined the Lahore-based pop rock band Jal in 2003, replacing their vocalist Atif Aslam, who quit because of “musical differences” with the band’s founding member, Goher Mumtaz.