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ARY Musik

ARY Musik
current logo of ARY Musik
Launched 2003
Network ARY Digital Network
Slogan You only live once!
Country Pakistan
Language Urdu, English
Formerly called The Musik
Sister channel(s) ARY Digital, ARY News
Website .tv.arymusikwww

ARY Musik (formerly The Musik) is a Pakistani Urdu-English music channel, first launched in 2003 from Dubai by Salman Iqbal. This channel is a part of ARY Digital Network. It features music genres including pop, rock, bhangra, classical, and folk. It also airs interactive shows, celebrity interviews, comic fillers, theme shows, imaginative animations and live concerts.The channel's longest-running international music based show was Music Hour with Wiqar Ali Khan hosted in English and Pashtu. ARY Musik is one of the first satellite channels having live link-ups between its studios based in London, UK, USA, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Dubai.[1][2]


List of programs airing by ARY Musik are:[3]

  • Cellaholic Live
  • Video on Trail
  • Halat D Mammay Live
  • Sajid Billa[4]
  • Ghuru-Ho-Ja-Shuru
  • Salam-e-Ishaq
  • Living on the Edge
  • Dimagh ki ghanti Live
  • Bingo with Anoushey


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External links

  • Official website
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