Nazia Hassan (April 3, 1965 – August 13, 2000) was a Pakistani artist musician, attorney, and social dissident. Alluded to the “Sovereign of Pop” in South Asia, she started her music profession at 10 years old. She proceeded to get perhaps the most conspicuous artists across South and Southeast Asia. Along with her sibling, Zoheb Hassan, she proceeded to sell more than 65 million records around the world.
Hassan made her singing introduction with the tune “Aap Jaisa Koi”, which showed up in the Indian film Qurbani in 1980. She got acclaim for the single and won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer at 15 years old in 1981. Turning into the primary Pakistani to win and right now stays the most youthful beneficiary of the honour to date.
Hassan was brought into Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, and raised in Karachi and London. She was the little girl of Basir Hassan, a money manager, and Muniza Basir, a functioning social labourer. She was the sister of artists Zoheb Hassan and Zara Hassan.
Career and Fame
Hassan’s expert music profession began at fifteen years old; she met movie chief Feroz Khan at a gathering in the United Kingdom, who later mentioned that she tryout with Biddu, a London-based Indian music arranger, for his film Qurbani. Biddu at that point marked her up for “Aap Jaisa Koi”, a tune he formed for the film. The tune went to be a colossal accomplishment in India, and Hassan immediately acquired acknowledgement and praise. In 1981, Hassan won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback for the melody, turning into the most youthful to succeed at age 15, just as being the principal Pakistani to win the honour.
Hassan immediately worked together with Biddu on various undertakings; in 1981, she turned into the principal playback vocalist to deliver a collection. Her first collection was Disco Deewane. The collection broke deal records in Pakistan and India and even beat out all competitors in the West Indies, Latin America, and Russia, turning into a worldwide achievement. The collection turned into a uber hit, and Hassan turned into a setup pop artist in Pakistan; the collection likewise highlighted vocals by her sibling Zohaib Hassan. Nazia and Zoheb were endorsed by EMI Group and were the primary South Asian artists to be endorsed by a worldwide music organization. At the stature of Disco Deewane fever, she oftentimes drew enormous groups, for example, 50,000 to 100,000 individuals welcoming her at Calcutta Airport.
After discovering Disco Deewane, Biddu offered Zoheb and her an opportunity to act in the celebrity in 1982, yet they can’t and rather decided to play out the soundtrack. The soundtrack collection, Star/Boom, was delivered. She was selected for the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer, although she didn’t win this time. The collection was effective and expanded the prominence of Hassan and Zohaib in Pakistan and India.
Hassan’s third collection, Young Tarang, was delivered in 1984. It was the primary collection in Pakistan to highlight music recordings made in London by David Rose and Kathy Rose. The collection got quite possibly the most well-known in Asia. “Ankhien Milane Wale” was a famous melody from the collection. After the arrival of Young Tarang, she got back to singing for Bollywood films as a playback artist. Her fourth collection, Hotline, was delivered in 1987. Aa Haan was the most well-known melody in the collection. In 1988, she and her sibling Zohaib showed up with music maestro Sohail Rana in his TV program, Sung.
In 1989, she and Zohaib facilitated the show Music ’89. Shoaib Mansoor created the show. It was the principal at any point all popular music stage show to be circulated on TV. The show dispatched the professions of numerous new rising groups and artists and got famous in Pakistan. She facilitated another show, Dhanak, on PTV in the exact year.
In 1991, Hassan and her sibling Zohaib recorded her fifth collection, Camera. Before the collection’s delivery, she and Zohaib declared that it would be their last collection. The collection was delivered in 1992. After the collection’s delivery, she left her singing profession to zero in on her own life. Biddu formed a tune, “Made in India,” and he needed Nazia to sing it. However, the resigned Hassan wouldn’t sing a tune that may annoy Pakistan. The tune was then offered to Alisha China.
The net worth of Nazia Hassan was rumoured to be somewhere around USD 1 Million. Hassan passed away on August 13, 2000.