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Saturday, December 24, 2011

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Friday, December 23, 2011

Remembering a legend: Noor Jehan's 11th death anniversary observed

Madam Noor Jehan has sung appropriately six thousand songs in her life time for Urdu, Punjabi and Sindhi films. 

ISLAMABAD: The death anniversary of legendary playback singer Malika-e-Tarannum Noor Jehan was observed on Friday.

Madam Noor Jehan, also known as ‘Melody Queen’ was born in the Qasoor district of Pubjab on September 21, 1926. She is considered to be the greatest film and music personality of all time of the Pakistan show business.

Madam Noor Jehan started her film career at the young age of nine and soon became a renowned child artist.  As she grew older she became famous for her acting and singing in Indian movies.

After the partition of the sub continent, she left Bombay and moved to Pakistan where she started her career as a film actress and singer. She was the first female to direct a movie and debuted with her film Chann We in 1951. Her last film was Ghalib, which was released in 1961.

Madam ruled the film industry for more than 35 years and sung appropriately six thousand songs for Urdu, Punjabi and Sindhi films. Not only was she a celebrated playback singer but also a gifted ghazal singer.
With rigorous training in classical music, Noor Jehan employed the essential features necessary to present the ghazal in an exceptional

Monday, December 19, 2011

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Lost & Found: Veena Malik staying in Mumbai hotel

Model and actress Veena Malik has not reached Pakistan, as reported earlier by the Indian media, but is still staying in a Mumbai hotel, reported by private TV networks on Sunday.

Malik had gone missing two days ago on December 16 after returning from a film shoot in Mumbai. Her manager Pratik Mehta confirmed the news and said that all her cell phones were turned off.

Earlier on Sunday, reports emerged in the Indian media saying that Malik has secretly arrived in Pakistan after went missing from her house in Mumbai. The report said that Malik arrived in Lahore through Wagah border wearing a ‘burqa’. Indian actor Ashmit Patel, who is also Malik’s friend, had come to drop her.
Indian journalist Sameena Razzaq Shaikh told Pakistani private TV channel that the rumors of Malik’s visa expiring were untrue. “She is in India on a triple-visa and her visa is valid till December 24,” she added.
Shaikh also said that it was clearly a publicity stunt by the actress.

The authorities at Wagah border also denied the reports of Malik arriving in Pakistan. They said that the immigration process is usually not done on Sundays, unless it is a special case.

Malik’s family in Islamabad said that they have no information about Malik’s whereabouts.
The Indian press had claimed that Malik’s visa was due to expire on December 16 and she was advised to stay into hiding till its extension and has, therefore, gone missing. However, Malik’s Spokesperson Sohail Rashid had denied the claims and said that her visa was valid for a couple of months.
Malik received vast criticism from the Pakistani community after being recently involved in a nude photoshoot for an Indian magazine FHM.

Earlier in an interview to BBC, Malik conceded to doing a ‘topless’ shoot, but not ‘nude’. She filed a suit against FHM India, claiming damages worth Rs100 million. FHM India has counter sued Malik for Rs250million over the controversial magazine cover that hit the stands in early December.