Why did Madam Noor Jehan Leave the Indian Film Industry


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Madam Noor Jehan was a great and well-known Pakistani classical, ghazal, and playback vocalist who also acted. She was born on September 21, 1926. The famous Pakistani vocalist fell unexpectedly on December 23, 2000, during Ramadan Ul Mubarak. Noor Jehan began her performing and singing career in India as a kid performer. She was the most sought-after young artist before the partition. Noor Jehan skillfully sang several popular Punjabi and Urdu songs for Pakistani cinema. She was bestowed with the title “Malka E Tarranum”. Madam Noor Jehan has received several civil honors. She was a strong and loving mother to six children: Zil-e-Huma, Hina Durrani, Mina Hasan, Nazia Ejaz Khan, Akbar Hussain Rizvi, and Asghar Hussain Rizvi.

Madam Noor Jehan’s daughter Nazia Ejaz Khan recently appeared on Dawn TV’s Aap Ki Kahani, which was presented by Deepak Parwani. The concert paid a wonderful homage to Madam Noor Jehan. Deepak Parwani revealed all the vital data concerning her career. He also explained why Noor Jehan departed the Indian film industry.

Deepak Parwani shared details about Madam Noor Jehan’s early career, saying, “Madam Noor Jehan left the Indian film industry only for Pakistan and his countrymen; she said, ‘I will go back to the place where I was born,’ and she returned to Lahore and established the Shanoor studio with her husband. They co-founded Shahnoor Studios and pioneered a new trend in the Pakistani cinema industry, to which she made significant contributions. She previously had a successful career in India as a young actor and singer.

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