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Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani & Naheed Akhtar Affair? In the early 1970s, a cultural program, 'Loak Mela',...
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Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani & Naheed Akhtar Affair? In the early 1970s, a cultural program, 'Loak Mela', used to be telecast from Islamabad television station. The show was hosted by Aksi Mufti, son of the popular writer-cum-thinker, Mumtaz Mufti. Tufail Niazi presented his items in that musical program and composed songs, as well. Apart from numerous artists who made their appearances, two real sisters from Multan are worth mentioning. They were Hamida Akhtar (elder sister) and her younger sister, Nahid Akhtar. Both these sisters sang songs and received applause from music lovers.Shortly afterwards, Aksi Mufti married Hamida Akhtar and the latter quit singing. On the other hand, Nahid Akhtar continued her fabulous journey to the world of music. She proved her versatility as a singer at an early age. It seems that nature intended her for the tranquil pursuit of music, by rendering it her supreme delight. Within no time, she had grown into her name. Nahid lent her harmonious voice to the ghazal of Shan-Ul-Haq Haqqi, and became a celebrity overnight: Tum say ulfat kay taqazay na nibha ye jaatay, warna hum ko bhi tamanna thi keh chahay jaatay'. Offers started pouring in from Pakistani film composers. Moreover, Runa Laila, who was well known for jolly songs, had moved to Bangladesh. Hence, musicians looked forward to record merry songs in Nahid's voice, hoping that Nahid will fill in the void, left by Runa's departure. That trust was well placed. Nahid's admirers need to understand that she was a television singer before working her way up to films. She hit it big in 1974 and successfully recorded this song: Dil dee wana dil' (The film 'Nanha Farishta', film director, Khursheed). in the same year, 1974, Nahid became the cynosure of all eyes and lenses. The following song was recorded in her strongly appealing voice: 'Kisi meherbaan nay Aa kay meri zindigi saja dee, meray dil ki dharkano mein nai Aarzu jaga dee.' (The film 'Shama', 1974, directed by Nazar Shabab) The song 'Meherbaan' was a huge plus in her singing career. Her stylistic mastery and trade marked television appearances continued through the 1970s. Increasingly, though, her attention was turned to the cinema. Films became the topmost priority to Nahid, while television went down to the next level. Interestingly enough, every aspect of her life had changed. Her face, her dressing, her etiquettes had dramatically altered. From the little known Nahid Akhtar, (with no make up) she elevated herself to the glittering world of movies. Most importantly, she reveled in a glorious new lifestyle. Further, her admirers were certain that Nahid's next logical step would be to work in the movies, in the lead roles. In fact, she received quite a few offers from the film producers. However, she regretted all such offers and invested all her efforts towards singing. Nahid believed that if she could envision it, she can be it. The secret of her highly successful life is that she never stopped envisioning. Her voice in the film 'Teray, meray sapnay', is a breathtaking story of achievement: Mein ho gaye dildar ki '(The first film of actress Sangeeta as a producer) The film 'Dekha jaaye gaa', is a shining instance of one artist making a big difference. In Nahid's case, through the power of her voice:
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