Pakistani singer of ghazals, Mehnaz Begum. She was a renowned singer from Pakistan who made a name for herself in Pakistani film music. She was a famous Pakistani singer who appeared in movies. Her specialties include Urdu Ghazals, Thumri, Dadra, Khayal, Drupad, and reciting Salam, Noha, and Marsiya. She has performed in a wide range of musical genres.
Mehnaz Begum was the famous sub-continental singer Kajjan Begum’s daughter. She wasn’t married, but some of her favorite pastimes were nature appreciation and bird watching. Franklin (the television program) and Bambi were her go-to movies (movie). Mehnaz Begum also enjoyed sketching different flowers and birds. Mehnaz Begum was a talented folk and classical singer. I’ve included some of Mehnaz Begum’s most well-known Ghazal classical music below.
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Pakistani Playback Singer Mehnaz Begum’s Biography
Mehnaz Begum was born in 1958, in Mahmudabad, Uttar Pradesh, former British India she was very popular with her great talent, and she was well-known and famous among the masses. She was great legendary Pakistani Folk Music, Classical Music Artist, she has sung in Pakistan Film Industry he a lot of great Pakistani songs still are very famous all over Pakistan.
She sang for Pakistani television, radio, and movies. In the 1970s and 1980s, she was well-known for her work as a cinema playback vocalist. She was the prized Nigar Award winner. Mehnaz Begum has won the Nigar Award for Best Female Playback Singer 13 times. She was awarded Lifetime Achievement Award by Lux Style Awards. This great legendary singer died on 19 January 2013.
Mehnaz Begum Early Life and Career
In the late 1950s, her family emigrated to Pakistan. Her mother Kajjan Begum, a singer herself, gave her the first musical instruction she had got. Early in the 1970s, she began her career as a playback singer. She was first assisted by Saleem Gilani, the director general of Radio Pakistan, Karachi, who saw her performing at her college.
She received training at this radio station from Mehdi Hassan and his older brother Pandit Ghulam Qadir for about a month. She became well-liked among Pakistani film music directors thanks to her lyrical voice, musical training, and vocal control.
She sang in many different styles, but she was particularly skilled in ghazals, Thumris, Dadras, Khayals, Drupads, and reciting salaam, Noha, and Marsiya. Although she was the daughter of renowned sub-continental vocalist Kajjan Begum and illustrious government official Abdullah Abdullah Tasnim, she changed her name to Mehnaz or Mehnaz Begum when she became famous. For Pakistani television programs, she also performed light classical pieces and ghazals.
Mehnaz Begum Playback Career in Pakistan Film Industry
In Pakistan, she was a talented singer. In numerous Urdu and Punjabi movies, she has both sung and played. She also sang solo vocals, primarily in Pakistani and Filmi songs. She has sung popular songs Sachha Tera Naam, Tu Hi Bigre Banai Kaam, lyrics by Masroor Anwar, and Music by Nisar Bazmi Biwi Ho Tau Aisi (1982 film). The movie was very popular and all songs of this movie were still so famous. 13 times, she received the Nigar Award for Best Female Playback Singer” and also by Lux Style Award, and the Lifetime Achievement Award (2011).
Mehnaz Begum has sung lot of great songs in Pakistani Film Industry she was popular Playback music Artist. “Mera Pyar Tere Jeevan Ke Sang Rahega” in (Movie Pehchan 1975 ), “Pyar Ka Waada Aisay Nibhaen, Koi Juda Karne Na Pai in (Movie Aaj Aur Kal 1976), “Mujhe Dil Se Na Bhulana” ( Movie Aina 1977 ), “Tere mere piyar ka aisa naata hai” (Movie Salakhein 1977), “Jaisi Tasveer Banai Hai Mere Saajan Ne” (Movie Parastish 1977), “Mein Jis Din Bhula Doon Tera Pyar Sajna” (Movie Khushboo 1979), “Do Pyaasay Dil Aik Huay Hain Aise” (Movie Bandish 1980).