Nayyara Noor, the queen of Pakistan’s voices, crazy about millions on both sides of the border, is no more. India News – Times of India

Bathinda: Indian born voice queen of Pakistan naira noori He died in Karachi, Pakistan in the early hours of Sunday. She was 71 years old. After receiving the title of Bulbul-e-Pakistan, Nayyara Noor sang many famous ghazals as well as poems by the great poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz.
Born on 3 November 1950 in Guwahati, India, she moved to Pakistan in 1957. It was in Lahore that Professor Asrar Ahmed noticed his talent and inspired him to sing. Noted playback singer, Noor first sang for the film Gharana in 1973 and never looked back.
“It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of my beloved aunt (Tai) Nayyra Noor,” her nephew Raza Zaidi announced her death in a tweet in the early hours of Sunday. Gave her the title Bulbul-e-Pakistan. because of her melodious voice”. Soon after social media condoled his death, many prominent citizens of Pakistan took to social media to pay tribute and condole his demise.
He was given the Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan in 2006 and was also awarded the Nigar Award in 1973.
Phir sawan rut ki pawan chali, Aey ishaq hamay barbad na kar, Kabhi hum bhi khoobsoorat the, are some of her most famous songs.
His younger son Jafar Zaidi is the vocalist of the music band Kavish.
Renowned journalist Raza Rumi wrote extremely talented, humble, publicity shy stars. We have grown up with his voice on radio, TC and cinema, his voice will live on. My all time favorite Phir Sawan Rut Ki Pawan Chali. Vocalist Paushali Sahu wrote a song for the Pakistani film Aaina in 1977, which reminded me of Salil Chowdhury’s compositions. Journalist and writer Azhar Abbas wrote that the Queen of Mali of Pakistan passed away. What a wonderful person she was. Faiz Ahmed Faiz was understood by many because of his revolutionary poetry.
The South Asian Peace Action Network also mourned his death and wrote about him. One Sarita Kumari wrote Kabhi Hum Bhi Sundar Thi My favorite nazm, an integral part of my growing up years in Karachi. Writer and journalist Ammara Ahmed wrote that I never knew Naira Noor was born in Guwahati, I wish she was a little more social and we could see more of her over the years.

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