Spiritual and classical singer

Zahida Parveen

She was a famous Kafi-singer from Radio Pakistan Multan..
Zahida Parveen - Spiritual and classical singer - She was a famous Kafi-singer from Radio Pakistan Multan..

Some facts about Zahida Parveen
Real name
Active career
Life - 07-05-1975
Born at Amritsar
Language
Profession Singing
Relations

Zahida Parveen belongs to Patiala Gharana's singing style and began her career from singing pure classical on Lahore Radio, but she was best known for singing of spiritual songs (Kafi) by the holy saint Khawaja Ghulam Farid (1845-1901).

She sang in few movies as well, Hichkolay (1949) was her first movie. Her song with Ustad Fateh Ali Khan in film Waada (1957)

  • Nain Say Nain Milaye Rakhnay Ko..

was one of the most super hit song from her film career.

Zahida Parveen was born in Amritsar in 1925 and she died on May 7, 1975.




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