Alhamra pays tribute to Noor Jahan [DailyTimes] 24 Aug, 2019

>The Alhamra Arts Council paid a glorious tribute to late singer and actress Noor Jahan at the Alhamra Art Centre on Friday. The evening was held in remembrance of Madam Noor Jahan who was also given the honourable title of “Malika-e-Tarannum”, the Queen of Melody. Madam was not only a playback singer but a graceful actress who worked in Indo-Pak film industries for over half a century. She was one of the most influential singers of South Asia during her time. On the event, veteran singer Tarannum Naz performed super-hit songs of Noor Jehan which were met with immense applause. The evening witnessed other renowned singers like Humaira Channa, Afshan Begham, Azra Jahan, Saima Jahan, Farah Anwar, Saira Naseem, Shabnam Majeed, Nadia Hashmi, Shahid Ali Nusrat, Zakia Bano and Saira Tahir. Chairperson BOG Lahore Art Council Moneeza Hashmi called this tributary night as the important step towards remembering Pakistan’s national icons. Hashmi said name Noor Jahan resonated with Pakistan for decades.

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