Sohail Rana pays tributes to Nisar Bazmi and M. Ashraf
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Not so long ago, the musical world of the Sub Continent (India and Pakistan) lost music composers Anil Biswas Sahab, Naushad Sahab and O.P. Nayyar Sahab.

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Arshad Mahmood - Accent On
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It is a bit difficult to be Arshad Mahmood. Strong was his imprint on EMI as a business venture that Nisar Bazmi, the famous composer said that EMI without Arshad Mahmood was a non-entity.

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Ghulam Haider: Belief in oneself
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You can do a world of good for yourself if you keep a steady course ,The above maxim holds true to the legendary music composer of the yesteryear, Ghulam Haider.
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GA Chishti, An Awami Composer
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GHULAM Ahmad Chishti, a composer with scores of popular films to his credit is no more among us. He was a celebrity of sub-continental cinema whose name stands out with distinction among two generations of composers for the lilt and cadence of songs and a fetching folk orientation of style.

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Khalil Ahmed - Passing it back
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 Dheeray deeray nindia tu akhion mein Aana
Meethay meethay pyaray pyaray sapnay dikhana
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Khurshid Anwar - A Trend-Setting Composer
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STYLE is the composer. It is what distinguishes one creative artiste from others. Leading composers since the advent of talkies in the sub-continent, had styles of their own and their compositions, more often than not, were recognizable from the very first note.
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Muslehuddin: Secret of his success
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Noted music composer,Abul Qasim Mohammed Moslehuddin was born on October 27, 1932, in former East Pakistan, present Bangladesh.Pre partition India at the time. He migrated to the then named West Pakistan (Punjab) in his youth.

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Rashid Attrey's Hit of the Sixties
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Composer Rashid Attrey, who started his career from Calcutta in the year 1939, enriched the sub-continent film music by inventing enchanting tunes for a large number of movie songs, especially during the decade of the 1960s.

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In Memoriam - Nisar Bazmi Bows Out
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The undisputed king of Lollywood music in the 1960s and the ’70s, the musician Nisar Bazmi breathed his last on March 22, 2007, after a career that spanned six deacdes.

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Sohail Rana: Musings on music
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His adorers are surrounded by a lifetime of numerous memories of his immortal compositions. Sohni dharti Allah rakhay qadam qadam Aabaad tujhay Sohail Rana, who is the son of renowned poet Rana Akbar Abadi,

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Inayat Husain Bhatti's - Contirbution to Music
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ON May 31, 2000, death laid its icy hands on yet another singer, whose contributions to Pakistani music, especially its folk tradition, had been widely acknowledged.
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Robin Ghosh - Down Memory Lane
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It was a period many years before the emergence of TV in Pakistan. The cinema houses and there were many of them showing Urdu (both Pakistani and Indian), Punjabi and English movies , used to do thriving business since cinema was the main source of entertainment for all age and economic groups.

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M. Ashraf - Era of Great Music
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The sudden and tragic demise of M. Ashraf on February 4, 2007 brought an end to an era of great music compositions. The 65-year-old musician entertained music lovers with his matchless tunes for 45 years and died of cardiac arrest, leaving behind countless fans to mourn the loss.
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