Playback singer

Habib Wali Mohammad

Habib Wali Mohammad died on 4.9.2014
Habib Wali Mohammad - Playback singer - Habib Wali Mohammad died on 4.9.2014
Some facts about Habib Wali Mohammad
Real name Habib Wali Mohammad
First film Bazi (Urdu - 1970)
Active career(1970-1986)
Life - 04-09-2014
Born at Yangon (Rangoon), Meyanmar (Burma)
Language Urdu
Profession Singing

Habib Wali Mohammad was a famous Ghazal singer, who sang some super hit Ghazlas in films like Chand Suraj, Bazi, Badal aur Bijli etc. His most popular Ghazal was "Aaj Janay Ki Zid Na Karo..

He was born in 1921 at Yangon (Rangoon), Meyanmar (Burma) and moved to Pakistan in 1947. He died on September 4, 2014 at Los Angeles (USA). (to be continued..)

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