Noor Jahan -100% Free Best Pakistani Filmi Songs Download

 

 

Noor Jahan was a great legendary Artist of Pakistan. She was a great singer in Pakistan and she create a great name in Pakistani Folk MusicNoor Jahan has sung in different languages such as Urdu, Punjabi, Saraiki, and other languages. She was a very popular singer in Urdu and Punjabi Films. She was a legendary singer in the Lollywood Music Film Industry
 
Noor Jahan was the most popular Artist on Pakistan Television and Radio Pakistan and also she has sung National songs and other super hit music of Pakistan. She is a great Artist in Pakistan and she has sung a lot of great Pakistani songs, in Pakistan and also abroad. She was a great singer of Lollywood Songs, Punjabi Films Songs, Pakistani Filmi Songs, and Punjabi Folk Music.
 
 
Noor Jahan was sung many National Songs in 1965 to encourage the people of Pakistan and she was also the singer of Pakistani Cultural Music. I have selected the most popular Urdu and Punjabi Ghazals, Filmi Music of Legendary Pakistani Artist Madam Noor Jahan. 
 

 

Noor Jahan – Top Best Pakistani  Songs Free Download
Billa Adhi Rati
Chandni Ratain
Dildaar Sadqe
Gayegi Dunya Geet
Haar Nai Maani
Kuri Sajna Nu Mila Gae
Kuri Bulbul Wargi
Kis Nam Se Pukaro
Kar Chaya
Kabhi Kitaboon
Laporta Pale Teri
Luk Ja Way Channa
Luddi Hey Jamalo
Mahiya Bol Ve
Mai Te Mera Dilber Jaani
Mudat Hue Hai
Munda Shehar Lahore Da
Ranjhan Ve
Sun Ve Bilori Ankhiyoon
Shah-e- Madina
Shehar Wich Rola
Sun Charkhi De
Sun Wanjhli Di Mithri Taan Ve
Wanjhli WalaRya
Yara Way Dil
Za Pa Ta Mayena Yam

 

Biography of Legendary Pakistani Artist Noor Jahan

 

Noor Jahan was born 21 September 1926 in a village Kot Murad Khan. Madam Noor Jahan was a Legendary Artist of Pakistan Music and Punjab Folk Music.  She has sung for about 65 years. She won more than one hundred awards for Pakistani Ghazals MusicPakistani Folk Music, and Pakistani Filmi Music
 
As the century ended Noor Jahan was taking her final bow, and the voice that had conquered the airwaves for decades went silent. President of Pakistan asked Madam about her wish, and she laughed, ”when I die, I want it to be a public holiday” forty years later when she died on 23 December 2000 the following day a Sunday was a public holiday her wish granted, once again that holiday the entire nation was in mourning. 

 

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