Queen of Pop, Nazia Hassan remembered on her birth anniversary

Ifra Abbas

Ifra Abbas

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Queen of Pop, Nazia Hassan being remembered on her 56th birth anniversary today on the 3rd of April.  Gifted with a charismatic voice and an alluring personality, Nazia captivated the hearts of millions all around the globe. She was the one of the most famous Pakistani pop singer, songwriter, lawyer and a social activist.

Nazia was born on April 3rd, 1965 and started her career at the age of 10 as a child artist. She rose to prominence through the popular Pakistan Television (PTV) program Sung Sung.

She made her singing debut with the song Aap Jaisa Koi, from, the Bollywood film Qurbani in 1980 and her debut album, Disco Deewane came our in 1981 which was charted in fourteen countries and became the best-selling Asian pop record at the time.

She received numerous national and international awards, and at the age of 15 became the first Pakistani to win the Film fare Award and remains the youngest recipient of the award to date.

Nazia along with her brother, Zoheb Hassan aligned their eastern upbringing with influences from their western environment and created something so powerful and compelling that they completely revolutionized the Pakistani music industry. They did numerous shows on PTV and the audience used to enjoy their  performances together bringing a great energy on stage with their hip hop songs. 


She passed away at a very young from cancer but her songs with her soulful voice will be always cherished and she is in our hearts forever!

Here are some of her evergreen songs as we remember her 56th birth anniversary today and we hope that you enjoy going down the memory lane with these melodious songs. 

Aap Jaisa Koi:

Disco Deewanay:


Boom Boom:

Aankhien Milanay Walay:

Tere Kadmu ku:


Dil ki laagi :

Dum Dum Dee Dee:

Teri Meri Esi Doosti:


Sun Mere Mehboob Sun:

Kariye Piyar Diyan Galaan: