Playback singer


Mala was Pakistan's top female singer from 1964-72..
Mala - Playback singer - Mala was Pakistan's top female singer from 1964-72..
Some facts about Mala
Real name Naseem Nazli
First film Aabroo (Punjabi - 1961)
Active career1961-86
Life 09-11-1939 - 06-03-1990
Born at Faisalabad, Lyallpur
Language Punjabi
Profession Singing
Relations Producer Ashiq Bhatti (husband)

She was only the second best to Madam Noorjahan as playback singer in the 1960s. She sang super hit songs in many Pakistani Urdu and Punjabi movies and a big numbers of duets with Ahmad Rushdi and Masood Rana.

Prominent musician G.A. Chishti introduced her in a Punjabi film Aabroo in 1961. Her first Urdu film was Suraj Mukhi but she got breakthrough from film Mehboob in 1962 with this super hit song Sapno mein urri urri jaun..

Mala was born on November 9, 1939 in Faisalabad. Her real name was Naseem Nazli and she was younger sister of Pakistan's first female music director Shamim Nazli. She died on March 6, 1990 at Lahore.

    Mala - مالا ۔ اپنے وقت کی مقبول ترین گلوکارہ تھی۔

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