Nazia Hassan is the queen of pop in Pakistan and is also known to be the “Sweetheart of Pakistan” and “The Nightingale of East”.
Nazia Hassan is as yet the image of elegance, holy excellence and blamelessness and is habitually contrasted with Princess Diana as she was known to have a kind nature. Nazia spent her young amongst Karachi and London where she would go ahead to peruse law at a London University.
Early Life & Education
Pakistani pop vocalist Nazia Hassan was born on 3 April 1965 in Karachi. Notable Pakistani pop artist who is best known for her melody “Aap Jaisa Koi” from the Indian film Qurbani, and who has sold a huge number of records around the world. She is the daughter of a well-known businessman Basher Hassan and Social worker mom. Her sibling Zohaib Hassan and sister Zahra Hassan are likewise singing.
Nazia got business administration degree from Richmond American University and law degree from London University.
She was raised in Karachi and London.
She got married in 1995 to Mirza Ishtiaq Baig, however, they separated from ten days before her passing in the wake of having one child together.
Cause Of Death
Nazia Hassan died due to cancer. Nazia Hassan passed out on August 13, 2000. Nazia was laid to rest in London. Nazia Hassan guardians made an establishment in 2003, which was named Nazia Hassan Foundation.
Nazia Hassan proficient singing debut was for an Indian movie, Qurbani delivered by movie maker executive Feroz Khan. Biddu, a UK based Indian music maker, who had a few hits creating hit-melodies for acts like Tina Charles, Carl Douglas, and so on delivered Nazia’s first super hit, Aap Jaisa Koi.
At thirteen, she presented popular music in the Subcontinent with her first number, Aap Jaisa Koi which broke all records by beating and overshadowing relatively every craftsman in the sub-mainland music scene. She turned into the sub mainland’s first obvious pop uber star with hopes to coordinate. Disco Deewane (1981) broke record deals in Pakistan and India and even beat the outlines in the West Indies, Latin America, Russia, and so on graphs. Additionally records included Star/Boom (1982), Young Tarang (1984), Hotline (1987), and Camera (1992). Nazia and Zoheb Hassan actually governed sub-mainland music scene for over 10 years.
Other than music, Nazia has the pleasure of beginning a respectable pattern of working for the under advantaged and poor. All their cash earned from music was spent for philanthropy. Nazia bolstered the “Internal Wheel Club” of India to help with reserves for them. In Pakistan, an association “Boycott” for battling against the scourge of opiates was set up. She had a place with numerous philanthropy associations and worked with her mom Muniza Basir in the low salary zones of Karachi to encourage the poor and wiped out. Nazia worked with Javed Jabbar, previous Information Minister, to bring stores for youngsters up in Rajasthan. She went to an extensive number of schools to gather toys for the poor youngsters and gave chats regarding the matter of social mindfulness for the under favored.
Nazia always remembered the adoration and support of the considerable number of schools and dependably talked with awesome fondness for them. The commendable staff and the understudies of St Joseph’s Convent, Mama Parsi School and numerous others had made a special effort to encourage the reason.
Shockingly, music was just a side interest for Nazia and however her accomplishments in this field were any one’s blessing from heaven, she lived far from the charming scene and drove a detached and basic life. She finished her training in the UK, got a law degree and afterward worked in the United Nations in the Security Council. Nazia proceeded with her social work even in New York and worked for kids from the UN stage.
Nazia Hassan Foundation
The Nazia Hassan Foundation has been set up by Nazia’s family, her folks Basir and Muniza and sister Zahra, in continuation of her deep rooted magnanimous and social endeavors to improve the world a place to live in for all regardless of shading, belief or religion.
- Disco Deewane
- Star/Boom Boom
- Camera Camera
- Young Tarang