Ismael Matwala

He wrote the most famous song on Mother-relation!
Ismael Matwala - Poets/Writers - He wrote the most famous song on Mother-relation!

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Life - 30-05-1989
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Ismael Matwala was known for this evergreen song

  • A Maa Pyari Maa,
    Sadi Bulian Tun Phull Khirday Nay,
    Jadun Lainay Aan Tera Naa..

He penned this marvelous song in film Veryam (1969), which was composed by music director Kalay Khan Shabbu and sung by Masood Rana and Munir Hussain. It was filmed on Sudhir and Habib and was a dedication to Salma Mumtaz, who was a typical mother in Pakistani movies in the 1960s.

Ismael Matwala died on May 30, 1989.

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