This Account is basically a tribute to Pakistan's Legendry Singer Nazia Hassan She Was Born On 3rd April 1965 And Died On 13th August 2000 Due To Lung Cancer
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Nazia Hassan (3 April 1965 – 13 August 2000) was the Asian pop queen of the 80s, songwriter, lawyer and social activist.
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Nazia hassan a Pakistani pop singer Her song, "Aap Jaisa Koi" from the Indian film Qurbani (1980) made her famous in Pakistan and all of South Asia.
Nazia Hassan (April 3, 1965 – August 13, 2000) was an iconic Pakistani pop singer. Her song "Aap Jaisa Koi" from the Indian film Qurbani (1980) made her a legend and pop icon in Pakistan and all of South Asia in the 1980s, where she is admired and loved even today, years after her death. Her debut album Disco Deewane (1981) also charted in fourteen countries worldwide and became the best-selling Asian pop record up until that time. Nazia Hassan, along with her brother Zohaib Hassan, went on to sell over 60 million records worldwide. Nazia was the first Pakistani to win a Filmfare Award and remains the youngest winner of a Filmfare Award in the category of Best Female Playback Singer to date. She was 15. Early life and career  1975–1980: Beginning Nazia Hassan was born in Karachi, Pakistan and from an early age showed interest in music. Nazia began singing during the late 1970s, when she appeared on several television shows on PTV as a child artist. Her professional career started at the age of fifteen when she provided the lead vocals for the song Aap Jaisa Koi from the 1980 film Qurbani. Nazia met the film's director Feroz Khan at a party in the United Kingdom. Khan later requested Hassan have an audition with Biddu, a London-based Indian music composer. Biddu then signed her up for Aap Jaisa Koi, the song he composed for Qurbani. The song was a huge success in India and despite Nazia being a Pakistani, she gained overnight fame there. In 1981, Nazia won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback for Aap Jaisa Koi.  1981–1987: Pop music After the success of Aap Jaisa Koi, Qurbani became a big hit and Nazia collaborated with Biddu on numerous other projects. In 1981, Nazia became the first playback singer to release an album. Her first album was Disco Deewane. The album broke record sales in Pakistan and India and even topped the charts in the West Indies, Latin America and Russia. This album became a mega-hit and Nazia became an established pop singer in Pakistan. The album also had vocals by her brother, Zohaib Hassan. After the release of Disco Deewane, Nazia and Zoheb were offered the chance to act in a movie by Biddu, but they refused to act and chose singing. Nazia's second album Star/Boom Boom was released in 1982. The soundtrack of the album was used in the movie Star. The film did not do well at the box office but the album was successful and increased the popularity of Nazia and her brother Zoheb in Pakistan and India. Nazia's third album, Young Tarang was released in 1984. It was the first album in Pakistan to feature music videos, which were made in London by David & Kathy Rose. The album sold over 40 million copies. The album became Nazia's most famous and one of the most popular in Asia. Ankhien Milane Wale was the most popular song of the album. After the release of Young Tarang, Nazia returned to singing for Bollywood movies as a playback singer. Nazia's fourth album, Hotline was released in 1987. Aa Haan was the most popular song of the album.  1989–1992: Music '89, Camera Camera & retirement By the end of the 1980s, Nazia had become the most popular pop singer of Pakistan. In 1988, Nazia and her brother Zoheb appeared with music maestro Sohail Rana in his television program, Sung Sung. In the following year, Nazia and Zoheb hosted the groundbreaking show Music '89. The show was produced by Shoaib Mansoor. It was the first-ever all pop-music stage show to be aired on television. The show launched the careers of many new rising bands and singers and became popular in Pakistan. Nazia hosted another show, Dhanak on PTV in the same year, 1989. In 1991, Nazia and her brother Zoheb recorded her fifth album, Camera Camera. Before the album's release, Nazia and Zoheb announced during a launching ceremony that it would be their last album. The album was released in 1992. It was not as successful as Nazia's previous albums and received only average reaction. After the album's release, Nazia left her singing career to focus on her personal life. In 1991, she joined the Department of Political and Security Council Affairs at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and worked there for two years. In her third year, she offered her services at UNICEF. Her social and academic excellence won her a scholarship in Columbia University’s Leadership Program, but she was unable to avail it because around this time she was diagnosed with cancer. The composer of her albums, Biddu composed a song, Made in India and he wanted Nazia to sing it. But the retired Nazia refused to sing a song that might offend Pakistan. The song was then offered to Alisha Chinai.  Legacy Pakistan's vibrant contemporary music scene owes itself to Nazia Hassan's redefinition of pop. In fact, the biggest nineties bands, including the Vital Signs and the Jupiters, got a platform on "Music '89". Nazia also had a seismic impact in India. "India Today" magazine voted her as one of the top 50 people who helped change the face of India. She has contributed to the development of the present isomorphism of Bollywood music and pop: “She set - well ahead of its time - the personal album trend in India, spawning the likes of Alisha Chinai, Lucky Ali and Shweta Shetty", the magazine noted at the time. After the huge success of their music, Nazia and Zoheb were signed by EMI Group and were the first South Asian singers to be signed by an international music company. Nazia used her iconic status to promote social causes. All the money earned from music was spent on charity. She relentlessly worked for special children and for youth and women in distress residing in the underprivileged areas of Karachi. Nazia supported the “Inner Wheel Club” of India and helped raise funds for them. In Pakistan, she established the organization “BAN” (Battle Against Narcotics) and became an active member of organisations such as Voice of Women, National Youth Council of Pakistan, etc. Nazia worked with Javed Jabbar, former Information Minister, to raise funds for children in Rajasthan. She went to a very large number of schools to collect toys for poor children and gave talks on the subject of social awareness for the under privileged. Nazia never forgot the love and support of all the schools and always spoke with great affection for them. The worthy staff and the students of St Joseph’s Convent, Mama Parsi School and many others had gone out of their way to help the cause. Surprisingly, music was only a hobby for Nazia and though her achievements in this field were anyone’s dream come true, she lived away from the glitzy world and led a secluded and simple life. She completed her education in the UK, got a law degree and then worked in the United Nations in the Security Council. Nazia continued her social work even in New York and worked for children from UN platform. She is known as the "Sweetheart of Pakistan". Nazia Hassan is still the symbol of grace, sacred beauty and innocence and is frequently compared to Princess Diana, as she was known to possess a heart of gold. Nazia spent her teenage years between Karachi and London.  Personal life Nazia was the daughter of a well-known businessman Mr. Basir Hassan and an active social worker, Mrs. Munizeh Basir. She had two siblings, a brother Zohaib and a sister Zahra, both of whom became singers. Nazia was married on March 30, 1995 to Mirza Ishtiaq Baig. They had a son, Arez, on April 7, 1997. But they got divorced on August 4, 2000, ten days before her death.  Death Nazia died of lung cancer in London on August 13, 2000 at the age of 35. She had been admitted to the North London Hospice in London N12 three days earlier when her condition deteriorated. She showed signs of mild recovery the day before she died and it was thought that doctors would allow her to go home. But early Sunday morning, her mother, Muneeza Hasan, was called to the hospital where her daughter had started coughing heavily at around 9:15am. She died within minutes. Nazia is buried at the Muslim Hendon Cemetery in London. The Government of Pakistan has conferred upon Nazia Hassan the highest civilian award Pride of Performance. The award was presented to Mrs. Muniza Basir, mother of Nazia Hassan, by the President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf in an official ceremony held at Islamabad on 23 March 2002. In 2003, Nazia's family established a charitable organization Nazia Hassan Foundation, named after her. The organization was established to continue her life-long charitable and social efforts to make the world a better place to live in for all, irrespective of religion, caste or creed.  Discography  Albums Disco Deewane (1981) 1.Ao Na 2.Disco Deewane 3.Lakin Mera Dil 4.Mujhay Chahie 5.Komal Komal 6.Tere Qadmoon Ko 7.Dil Mera 8.Dhundli Raat 9.Gaien Mil Ker 10.Disco Deewane (Instrumental) Star/Boom Boom (1982) 1.Boom Boom 2.Ooee Ooee 3.Jana 4.Zindagi 5.Muskuraye Ja 6.Star 7.Khushi 8.Dheree Dheree 9.Boom Boom (Part II) 10.Koi Nahi Hazan (1983) 1.Dreamer Devane 2.Destiny 3.Get a little Closer 4.Dreamer Devane (Extended Version) Young Tarang (1984) 1.Aag 2.Dum Dum Dede 3.Chera 4.Kya Howa 5.Dosti 6.Ashanti 7.Sunn 8.Medley 9.Ankhen Milane Wale 10.Pyar Ka Jadu Hotline (1987) 1.Telephone Pyar 2.Hum Aur Tum 3.Soja 4.Aan 5.Khubsorat 6.Teri Yaad 7.Paisa 8.Dharti Hamari 9.Ajnabi 10.Number Ek 11.Hamaisha 12.Kaam Kaam Kaam Saffron, Then He Kissed Me (1988) 1.Then He Kissed Me 2.Then He Kissed Me (Radio Edit) 3.Then He Kissed Me (Bhangra Beat) Camera Camera (1992) 1.Camera Camera 2.Wala Wai 3.Tali Thay Thale 4.Mama Papa 5.Keon 6.If You Could 7.Meherbani 8.Aaj Nahin Tu Kal 9.Nasha 10.Pyar Ka Geet 11.Dil Ke Lagi 12.If 13.Camera Camera (Dance Mix)  Films (playback singer) Qurbani (1980 film) (1980) 1.Aap Jaisa Koi Star/Boom Boom (1982) 1.Boom Boom 2.Ooee Ooee 3.Jana 4.Zindagi 5.Muskuraye Ja 6.Star 7.Dheree Dheree 8.Boom Boom (Part II) 9.Koi Nahi 10.Nigahon Se Durr Dil Wala (1986) 1.Tonight Pyar Karo Ilzaam (1986) 1.Main Aya Tere Liye Adhetiyakar (1986) 1.Laher Laher Chanchel Howi Main Bulwan (1986) 1.Rock 'N' Roll - Nazia & Kishore Kumar 2.Hulla Gulla Karien Hum - Nazia & Kishore Kumar Sheela (1987) 1.Sheela O' My Sheela 2.Takta Mani Mana Saaya (1989) 1.Shukriya  Television appearances Kaliyon Ke Mala (1975) -- Appearance as a child artist - Nazia Hassan sung Dosti Asa Naata Sang Sang Chalien (1977) -- Appearance as a child artist Disco Deewane (BBC Show 1981) Disco Deewane (DD 1 1981) BBC News (1981) Zia Moh-u-Din Show (Channel 4 1981) David Sole (1981) David Essex (1981) Young Tarang Show (DD 1 1984) Aap Ke Liye (PTV 1985) PTV Election Transmission (1985) Show Time (PTV 1986) Yes Sir No Sir (PTV 1987) TV Hits (1987) BBC Show (1987) PTV Awards (1988) Then He Kissed ME (1988) Music '89 (1989); Hosted by Nazia Hassan & Zoheb Hassan Dhanak (1989); Hosted by Nazia Hassan PTV 25 (1990) Mehman-i-Khasosi (1990) Studio 2 (1990) Eid Show (1992) Eye Witness (1993) Kaliyan (1990–1991) Pro Audio Show (1995) Nawrang (1995); Hosted by Nazia Hassan and Dr. Farooq Baig Sawaire Sawaire (PTV 199  TV commercials Sitara Sapna Lawn (1986) Lipton (1990) Lipton (1991) Lipton (1992)  Documentary A Music Fairy; A Tribute to Nazia Hassan by Ahmad Haseeb  Awards 1.Filmfare Best Female Playback Award 2.Double Platinum 3.Platinum 4.Golden Discs 5.Pride of Performance
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Nazia Hassan (April 3, 1965 – August 13, 2000) was a Pakistani singer-songwriter, lawyer and social activist. Referred to as the "Queen of Pop" in South Asia, she began her music career at the age of 10, and went on to become one of the most prominent singers across South and Southeast Asia. She, along with her brother, Zoheb Hassan, went on to sell over 65 million records w…
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Nazia Hassan was a Pakistani singer-songwriter, lawyer, and social activist. Referred to as the “Queen of Pop” in South Asia.
Nazia Hasan was born on April 3, 1965 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan as Nazia Hassan. She is known for her work on Qurbani (1980), Miss Lovely (2012) and Dilwaala (1986). She was married to Mirza Ishtiaq Baig. She died on August 13, 2000 in London, England.
Nazia and Zoheb (Urdu: نازیہ اور زوہیب) were a Pakistani pop duo from Karachi, Sindh formed in 1980. The group consisted of two siblings, Nazia Hassan and Zoheb Hassan (collectively known as Hassans or The Hassans or Hazan), who were a singing sensation and pop icons in South Asia, Pakistan, Southeast Asia, and South America. They are regarded as pioneers of the Pakistani pop scenes, and were one of the most successful Asianpop duos of all time, selling more than 65 million albums wor…
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Song Name - Boom BoomSinger - Nazia HassanMusic - BidduLyrics - Raju Singh Beautiful song by Nazia Hassan from the movie Star 1982. The one and only.....su...
Nazia Hassan died of lung cancer in London; she was only 35 years of age. It was a great loss to our nation and certainly an unfathomable calamity for the family. Years after, her loss remains a fresh memory for many of her fans. As for Zoheb, no can come to comprehend what it would be like for him.
The body of Nazia Hassan is expected to reach Karachi from London on August 17 (Thursday), her family sources said. The arrival of the body …
Disco Deewane (Urdu: ڈسکو دیوانے ) is a 1981 Pakistani pop album sung by Pakistani duo Nazia and Zoheb, consisting of Nazia Hassan and her brother Zoheb Hassan. The music was composed by Indian-origin British music director Biddu who also produced it under the label of HMV India/Saregama.It charted in fourteen countries worldwide and became the best-selling Asian …
Nazia Hassan was a Pakistani pop singer, lawyer and social activist. Through her successful singing career, Hassan became one of the subcontinent's singing legends and one of the most popular celebrities of South Asia. She had received numerous national and international awards, She was the first Pakistani to win...
Nazia Hassan’s 53rd Birthday When young Pakistani girls in the 1980s closed their eyes and clutched a pretend mic in their hands, swaying and singing, a major inspiration was Nazia Hassan. Hassan,...
Mayur Lookhar Singer-composer and brother of late Pakistani pop icon Nazia Hassan, Zoheb Hassan, has threatened to take legal action against her ex-husband Ishtiaq Baig after reports emerged suggesting that he plans to make a biopic on the late singer. Hassan and Baig married in 1995 in Karachi and divorced five years later.
Nazia married businessman Ishtiaq Baig in 1995, from which they had a son, Arez Hassan. The marriage ended in a divorce ten days before Nazia’s death. In an interview later, her brother Zoheb Hassan related that Nazia’s personal life was filled with turmoil and she fought personal battles incessantly. What are your thoughts on this?
Fans remember Nazia and her brother, Zoheb Hassan, as the sensations that transformed pop culture in the country and made waves at …
Nazia Hassan (born 3rd April, 1965 - 13th August, 2000) was an iconic Pakistani pop singer. Her voice made her a legend and pop icon in Pakistan and all of S...
Nazia Hassan, who has died of lung cancer at the age of 35, revolutionised Asian pop music. A singer of rare expressiveness, she pioneered the disco revolution in …
The 9-year-conjugal life of actor Ziaul Faruq Apurbo and Nazia Hassan Audity has ended recently. It is buzzed that they got divorced earlier this year. Although the news of the divorce has been kept secret for so long, Aditi has brought it publicly.
Born in 1965 in Karachi, Nazia Hassan was the most influential and probably the only real female pop singer of the '80s and '90s in both India and Pakistan. Today marks her 54th birthday. Hassan is...
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Nazia Hassan's married life was a tumultuous one. She got married to Baig in 1995, had a son Arez Hassan and divorced him in 2000, reportedly days before she died due to lung cancer. Images has reached out to Zoheb Hassan and Mirza Ishtiaq Baig for a comment.
Nazia Hassan appeared on Bollywood’s radar for the first time through Feroz Khan’s unremarkable action film Qurbani (1980).
The song and everyone involved in its making became overnight sensations. Being a smart businessman, Biddu signed Nazia Hassan and her brother Zohaib, to produce an Urdu album.
Nazia Hassan (April 3, 1965 – August 13, 2000) was an iconic Pakistani pop singer. Her song "Aap Jaisa Koi" from the Indian film Qurbani (1980) made her a legend and pop icon in Pakistan and all of South Asia in the 1980s, where she is …
Early Age: Nazia Hassan was born on April 3, 1965, in Karachi and considered as a luminous star in the city of lights. She was a good combination of both the city of dreams (London) and the city of lights (Karachi), where she was brought up. Her father, Basir Hassan, was …
Nazia Hassan died after a long struggle with lung cancer on August 13, 2000, at the age of 35. After being admitted to North London hospice, her health deteriorated and after three days there, she ...
Nazia Hassan also known as the “Queen of Pop” was a Pakistani mega-hit pop singer, songwriter, social activist and lawyer. She was born on 3rd April 1965 in Pakistan. The pop singer started his musical career just at the age of tenth years and became the most popular playback singer of Pakistan at the age of fifteen year.
Basir Hassan was a businessman in Karachi and his daughter late Nazia Hassan and Zoheb Hassan are considered as icons in Pakistan's world of …
Nazia Hassan was a Pakistani singer-songwriter, lawyer and social activist. Referred to as the "Queen of Pop" in South Asia, she began her music career at the age of 10, and went on to become one of the most prominent singers across South and Southeast Asia.
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Nazia Hassan Profile: Born on April 3, 1965, in Pakistan, she spent her teenage years in London; released her first album, "Disco Deewane", in 1980, an album that became an instant hit with the title song reaching the top of the Pakistani charts.
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Nazia Hassan made her singing debut with the song Aap Jaisa Koi, from, the Indian film Qurbani (1980). Her debut album, Disco Deewane (1981), charted in fourteen countries worldwide and became the best-selling Asian pop record up at the time. Nazia Hassan’s Awards
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A Music Fairy is a 44-minute documentary about Nazia Hassan directed and produced by Ahmad Haseeb. The documentary was screened at the Kara Film Festival in 2009. The documentary starts with the Anwar Maqsood's tribute poem on Nazia Hassan and then talks about Nazia's childhood.
Nazia Hassan (Urdu: نازیہ حسن) ( April 3, 1965 – August 13, 2000) was an iconic Pakistani pop singer. Her song "Aap Jaisa Koi" from the Indian film Qurbani (1980) made her a legend and pop icon in Pakistan and all of South Asia in the 1980s, where she is …
Nazia Hassan was a Pakistani pop singer, songwriter, lawyer, philanthropist, political analyst, and social activist who went on to become one of the most prominent singers of Pakistan. She released a number of chart-topping tracks and albums including Disco Deewane, Aap Jaisa Koi, Camera Camera, Dhanak, Main Bulwan, Saaya, and Young Tarang and received the Filmfare Award for …
Born in 1965 in Karachi, Nazia Hassan was the most influential and probably the only real female pop singer of the 80s and 90s in both India and Pakistan.
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Nazia Hassan was born on April 3 1965, in Karachi, to Basir Hassan and Muneeza Hassan. Nazia had 2 sisters: Zohaib Hassan and Zahra Hassan. Nazia married Ishtiaq Baig on March 30 1995, at age 29. They had one son: Arez Baig. Nazia passed away on August 13 2000, at age 35 in London.
Like no one else – that’s what Nazia Hassan, the nightingale of Pakistans, is remembered as. The magic that the melody of her voice brewed in the heart of every person who listened to her singing, still resonates. And it resonates even powerfully today, as we lament her gapping absence on what would have been the singer’s 53rd birthday.
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Lyrics for Aag by Nazia Hassan feat. Zoheb Hassan. Yeh Aatish-e-Qaba'n Shola-e-Jaha'n Taabish-e-Beya'n Jis Mein Jism-o-Jaa'n Aag. Aag Deday Aag Lelay Aag Say Hai Zindagi Yahan Aag Deday Aag Lelay Aag Mein Paindagi Nehan Chaand Sooraj Aur Taaray Aag Kay Hain Sub Nazaaray Ho. Dekho Sana Aag Say Hai Pyar Ka Jahan Ho. Ho. Aai Hoon Main Geet ...