Naat singer

Azam Chishti

He was a famous Naat singer and poet
Azam Chishti - Naat singer - He was a famous Naat singer and poet

Some facts about Azam Chishti
Real name Mohammad Azam Chishti
First film ? ( - 0)
Active career
Life - 31-07-1993
Born at Faisalabad
Profession Naat singing

Azam Chishti was born in a village near Faisalabad on March 15, 1921. He wrote and sang many famous Naat's in Urdu, Punjabi and Persian languages.

Azam Chishti also sang some film songs, one of his famous Qawwali was in film Mera Ghar Meri Jannat (1968) with Masood Rana and Mala, music by M. Ashraf and wrote by Khawaja Parvez..

  • Thukra Diya Jin Ko Dunya Nay, Ab Kon Hay Un Ka Teray Siwa..

Mohammad Azam Chishti died on July 31, 1993 in Lahore.

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