I was sure that these
nights would come sometime
I will meet you sometime
Written by: Agha Niaz Magsi
Renowned Pakistani singer of Urdu and Punjabi language, Naheed Akhtar was born on September 26, 1956 in the house of Muhammad Akhtar in Multan. His elder sister Hamida Akhtar was a well-known singer of her time, seeing which Naheed Akhtar also developed a passion for singing, so in 1970, at the age of 14, he recorded his first song from Radio Pakistan Multan station. Formally started.
Due to her beautiful voice and beautiful personality, she joined the list of the most popular female singers of Pakistan and at one time only her parrot spoke. The echo of his voice could be heard in the city, forest, market and streets. Apart from radio, he also recorded songs, ghazals and songs for films and plays.
In 2007, he was honored with the Presidential Award, while he also received the Nega Film Award 3 times. Naheed Akhtar’s popularity in the world of music was at its peak, so at that time, a journalist Asif Ali Puta interviewed him for a newspaper about his art of singing. During 1992, both of them gave their hearts to each other and then their love turned into marriage in 1992, after which two years later, Naheed Akhtar surprised everyone by giving up singing and becoming a housewife gave.
After marriage, Naheed Akhtar gave all her attention to household affairs and children’s education and training. On July 8, 2017, her beloved husband Asif Ali Pota died of cardiac arrest. At that time, Asif Ali Pota was the editor of Baaghi. Naheed Akhtar moved to Lahore after marriage and even now she is living in Lahore. Many songs, ghazals and songs sung by Naheed Akhtar became popular, some of which are as follows.
1 Where we see your footsteps.
2 If we live, then what is dead?
3 I was sure that these nights will come sometime.
4 Chap Tilak all taken away Ray.
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