29
Sep
11

Hum Bhool Gaye Har Baat

Can we forget her ? She is Naseem Begum with her golden voice who was once remembered as a second Noor Jahan but she manage to remove the label from her and get fame as a female playback singer in Pakistan film industry. Born in Amritsar on Feburary 24, 1936 started her training from classical singer Mukhtar Begum who was also considered as an icon for the gazal singers in gramophone era. She first performed as a playback singer in the film Guddi Gudda in 1956. She has also sung patriotic songs, “Ae rah-e-haq kay shaheedo” is her most popular patriotic song. Today is her death anniversary. She died on 25 September 1971 at the age of 35.

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