Gull Zaman, a popular Afghan Pashtu singer who served most of his professional life singing for the National Radio and Television Network of Afghanistan, has died at the age of 84.

Gull Zaman was born in the village of Chena Kala, in the southwestern province of Khost, in Afghanistan.

He was one of the classical musicians of Afghanistan who has more than 500 audio and video songs in the archive of Afghanistan National Radio and Television.

The famous Afghan singer Aryan Sayeed in a Facebook post has expressed her condolences to the families and relatives of Gull Zaman.

Ustaad Gul Zaman will live for eternity through his beautiful compositions and all his artistic work and contributions to Pashtun music.

The fact that I was able to sit next to him and perform ten of his new compositions makes me one of the luckiest artists out there, said Aryana Sayeed.

Decades of wars in Afghanistan caused many singers and musicians to leave the country and live in exile.

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