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Naseem Begum Chup Jao Tario Pa Diyo Haner wey asan Punjabi www.murad.pk nasim langotia indian pakistani urdu hindi punjabi songs music classical old folk Naseem Begum (1936-1971) was a popular, and well known Pakistani playback singer. She rose to prominence towards the end of the fifties, and by 1964 had managed to win the prestigious Nigar award on five separate occasions. Despite originally being billed as a 'second Noor Jehan', Naseem quickly managed to carve out her own successful niche in the music industry. Naseem Begum was a big name as playback singer in Pakistan. She was introduced as "the second Noor Jehan". She took over from Zubaida Khanum in the late 50s and dominated in the first half of the 60s. Naseem Begum won four Nigar Awards as best female singer in just five years from 1960 to 1964. She had many big musical films on her credits like Lutera, Koun kisi ka, Kousar, Chann Puttar, Mera Weer, Chann Weer, Langotiya, Yeh raste hain pyar ke and also films listed to the right. Naseem Begum was born in 1936 at Amritsar and trained by famous singer Mukhtar Begum (The elder sister of Ghazal Queen Farida Khanum). Her first film as playback singer was Guddi Gudda in 1956 and she died on September 29, 1971.Naseem Begum was born in the city of Amritsar, British India, in 1936. She acquired her musical training from the classical singer Mukhtar Begum, the elder sister of the renowned ghazal vocalist Farida Khanum. The composer Sheriyar was greatly impressed by her ...
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