Google tribute to Iqbal Bano

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Google tribute to Iqbal Bano

Google tribute to Iqbal Bano |A tribute to Iqbal Bano by Google Doodle. On the 81st birthday of Malik Ghazal Iqbal Banu, Google paid tribute to him through Doodle. This beautiful doodle by Google was developed by Samiya Arif, an artist from Karachi. The renowned singer, who lent her voice to many well-known songs such as ‘Millions of Rory Gori Thaam Kam’, was born in Delhi in 1935. Iqbal Banu studied classical music in Delhi and started his career through the Delhi station of All India Radio. In the 1950s, Iqbal Banu made his place in Pakistan’s newborn film industry as a playback singer. Anonymous, Assassin, Revenge, Surfrush, Love Love, and his behind-the-scenes songs and lyrics are considered an important milestone in the Pakistani film industry. His lyrics, especially for the film killer and driving to the new destination of Ulfat have gained huge popularity in Pakistan as well as in India but their natural tendency was towards semi-classical singing rather than light music. Along with Tumblr and the band, he also sang the lyrics in his distinctive semi-classical style. After Mehdi Hassan, the most important name in the words of Faiz Ahmed Faiz is considered as Iqbal Banu.

Iqbal Banu sang all kinds of songs, but his fame made him a great singer of lyrics and poems. Likewise, Iqbal Banu gave a famous new song, with his catchy singing. But in the last days of Zia-ul-Haq, Faiz’s poem, We Must-See also became a trademark of Iqbal Banu and was celebrated at every concert, a series that continued until a few years before his death. Apart from Urdu, he also sang Persian lyrics which were very popular in Iran and Afghanistan. He was also awarded the Presidential Award for Beauty by the Government of Pakistan in 1990. She died on April 21, 2009, after a brief illness. Music experts call Iqbal Banu an invaluable gift, a gift that has been given to a nation for centuries. They are not in use today, but they are still alive in the hearts of their fans because of the unique way they sing.