Playback singer

Basheer Ahmad

He was the most popular playback singer from the Dhaka based Urdu films
Basheer Ahmad - Playback singer - He was the most popular playback singer from the Dhaka based Urdu films
Some facts about Basheer Ahmad
Real name
First film Talash (Bengali/Urdu double version - 1963)
Active career(1963-?)
Life - 19-04-2014
Born at Calcutta, India
Language Urdu, Benagali
Profession Singing
Relations Meena Basheer (singer)

Basheer Ahmad was introduced in Dhaka based double version Urdu/Bengali film Talash in 1963. Despite the dominance of Masood Rana and Ahmad Rushdi in the 1960s, he became the most popular playback male singer from Dhaka based Urdu films and sang many super hit songs. He created a unique record when he sang, composed music and penned all 8 songs in film Darshan in 1967 and most of them were super hits. His last film in Pakistan was Hill Station in 1972.

Basheer Ahmad was born in Calcutta in an Urdu family in 1939 and died at Dhaka on April 19, 2014.

    Basheer Ahmad - بشیر احمد ، سابقہ مشرقی پاکستان کے مقبول ترین گلوکار تھے۔

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