- 1930s/40's film songs
She started as Baby Noor Jehan in film Pind di Kurri (1935),
She was heroine in film Khandan (1942) in the age of just
Other famous films were Zeenat, Anmol Gharhi,
Dost, Mirza Sahiba, Lal Haveli...
Madam Noorjehan - 1950's Urdu film songs
She was singer and actress in the fifties and was a totally dominating figure...Dopatta (1952), Intezar (1956), Anar Kali(1958), Neend & Keol (1959) were some big musical Urdu movies.
Madam Noorjehan - 1950's Punjabi film songs
Although Zubaida Khanum was a dominating playback singer in the fifties but Madam sang in some very big musical Punjabi films in this period like Chan Way (1951), Patay Khan (1955) and Choomantar (1958).
- 1980's Punjabi/Urdu film songs
Madam Noorjehan was a box office demand for any
Punjabi film but sang very few songs in Urdu movies in this decade. Sala Sahib, Sher Khan (1981), Sahib Jee (1983), Moula Bakhsh & Mukhra were some very big musical movies..
- 1990's Punjabi/Urdu film songs
Madam Noorjehan sang till 1997, her last big
musical film was Sakhi Badshah in 1996.
& Mehdi Hassan (Urdu songs)
The Ghazal King Mehdi Hassan sang the highest numbers of his duets with Madam Noorjehan. Most of their duets were super hit songs. Qaidi (1962), Sarhad (1966) , Tum milay pyar mila (1969), Insaan aur Aadmi (1970), Nya Rasta (1973) and Arzoo (1975) were some famous Urdu movies with their duets.
& Mehdi Hassan (Punjabi songs)
The Ghazal King Mehdi Hassan never became a demand of Punjabi movies but he sang two all time mega hit duets with Madam Noorjehan in Punjabi films Sassi Punnu (1969) and Duniya Paisay di (1971). Most of their Punjabi duets were hit as well.
Madam Noorjehan & Masood Rana (Urdu duets) Madam Noorjehan sang the highest numbers of her duets with Masood Rana, who was the most versatile male singer in both Urdu and Punjabi movies. Meray Mehboob (1966), Chand Suraj (1970), Daaman aur Chingari (1973) and Deedar (1974) were some memorable musical Urdu movies of this pair.
- Non film songs
Videos from famous Pakistan Television's musical
program Trannum. This TV show
was known for
Madam's Sarhi's (dresses), make-up and style but not the known "Noorjehan-vioce-quailty".
Madam Noorjehan was the greatest film and music personality in the history
of showbiz in Pakistan.
She started her film career in the age of just nine years old in film Sheeal (Pind di Kurri - 1935) and became super star as baby artist. She was heroine in Punjabi film Yamla Jatt (1940) and was a top singer and actress in Indian movies in the 40s.
After the partition in 1947, she moved from Bombay and started her film career in Pakistan as
actress, singer and the first female film director with film Chann
Way in 1951. Her last film as actress Ghalib was
released in 1961.
Since 1959 she became playback singer and dominated in more than 35 years. She sang appropriately more than six thousand songs in Urdu, Punjabi and Sindhi films.
She married twice, first with film director Shoukat Hussain Rizvi in 1942 and then film producer and hero Ejaz Durrani in 1959 and she had six children's.
Madam Noorjehan was born in a very poor family on September 21, 1926 at Qasoor, Punjab and died on December 23, 2000 at Karachi as one of the richest woman in the country.