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Iqbal Bano Pakistani Urdu Ghazals Music Singer. She was the most popular Pakistani Classical Music, Folk Music Artist. She was a great Artist of Pakistan and she creates a great name in Pakistani Folk Music.  Iqbal Bano trained in pure Classical Music and light Classical Music within the framework of Classical forms of “Thumri” and “Dadra“. 

 
 
Iqbal Bano was duly initiated Gaandaabandh Shagird of her “Ustad”. Iqbal Bano was considered an artist in singing the Ghazals of Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Iqbal Bano was later invited by Radio Pakistan for Classical performances. Her public concert took place in 1957, at the Lahore Arts Council. 
 
After marriage in 1952, Iqbal Bano moved to Multan and she started singing. She got Pride of Performance in 1974 from the Government of Pakistan. She was a star in  singing soundtrack songs for famous Urdu Films  “Gumnaam 1954”, “Qatil 1955“, “Inteqaam 1955”, “Sarfarosh 1956“, “Ishq-e-Laila 1957”, and “Nagin 1959”.  I have selected below the most Popular Music of Iqbal Bano. 
 

 

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Aaye Haath Uthain
Ab Ke Sawan
Apni Mohbat Ki Afsanay
Bichhwa Baje Re
Daghae Dil Hum Ko
Date Tanhai Mai
Diya Hai Dil Agar Us Ko
Ghir Aae Baderiya
Hum Aap Qayamat Se
Hum Daikhain Ge
Murli Wari Mann Mohiyo Re
Kuchh Ishiq Tha Kuchh Majboori
Mai Nazar Se
Mohabbat Kerni Wale
Na Ganvao Navake Neem
Payal Mai Geet
Preshan Raat Sari Hai
Ranjish Hi Sahi
Tu Lakh Chale Re Gori Tham Tham Ke
Ulfat Ki Nae Manzil Ko

 

 

Biography Pakistani Folk Music Singer Iqbal Bano 

 
Iqbal Bano was born in Delhi India in 1935. She has sung in different languages such as Urdu, Punjabi, Saraiki, and other languages she is a great artist of Punjab Folk Music. She was a very renowned and legendary Ghazals Singer of Pakistan. 
 
At a young age, she started singing and she got Music training from Ustad Chaand Khan of the Delhi Gharana, an expert in all kinds of pure Classical Music and Pakistani songs. This great Artist died on 21 April 2009.
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