song :Nigahen Mila kar Badal jane waale...(original sound track with full lyrics first time in youtube) No remix / No over-dubbing music ..Please enjoy with me an immortal voice ...Enjoy a small tribute to legendary MADAM .. mastkalandr
film : Mehboob (1962)
Singer : malika-e-tarranum Madam Noor Jehan
Music :Rasheed Attre,
Lyricist: Qateel Shifai,
Cast : Rani, Shamim Ara, Habib, Yousuf Khan, Talis (Mehboob :This film is first film of rani),
Director : Anwar Kamal ,
Producer : G. A. Gul
nigaahe.n milaa kar badal jaane vaale
mujhe tujh se ko_ii shikaayat nahii hai
ye duniyaa ba.Dii sa.nga_dil hai yahaa.n par
kisii ko kisii se muhabbat nahii hai
jafaao.n se tuune mere dil ko toDaa
mujhe tuune zaalim kahii.n kaa na chhoDaa
hu_aa mujh ko maaluum sab kuchh luTaa kar
vafaa kii yahaa.n ko_ii kiimat nahii hai
na pahale se din hai na pahalii sii raate.n
bhulaa dii vo tuune muhabbat kii baate.n
sunaaye the tuune jo jhuuThe fasaane
jaraa sii bhii un me.n hakiiqat nahii hai
karuu.n mai.n jo fariiyaad apanii zubaa.N se
giire.n TuuT kar bijaliiyaa.N aasamaa.N se
mai.n ashqo.n me.n saare jahaa.N ko bahaa duu.N
magar mujh ko rone kii aadat nahii hai
nigaahe.n milaa kar badal jaane vaale
About : Noor Jehan the queen of melody .. malika-e-tarranum :-
Noor Jehan (Punjabi, Urdu: نور جہاں) was the adopted stage name for Allah Wasai (September 21, 1926 December 23, 2000) who was a singer and actress in British India and Pakistan. She is renowned as one of the greatest singers of her time in South Asia and was given the honorific title of Mallika-e-Tarranum (Urdu: ملکہ ترنم, English: the queen of melody).
Born in a family of musicians, Wasai was pushed by her parents to follow in their musical footsteps and become a singer but she was more interested in acting in films and graced the earliest Pakistani films with her performances. She holds an astounding record of 10,000 songs to her singing credits in various languages of Pakistan including Urdu, Punjabi and Sindhi languages, she is also considered to be the first female Pakistani film director.
In 1957, Jehan was awarded the President's Award for her acting and singing capabilities
In 1945, she achieved a milestone, when she sung a Qawwali with Zohrabai Ambalewali and Amirbai Karnataki which was "Aahen Na Bhareen Shikave Na Kiye". This was the first ever Qawwali recorded in female voices in subcontinent films.After quitting acting she took up playback singing.
She made her debut as a playback singer in 1960 with the film Salma. Her first initial playback for a Pakistani film was for Jan-e-Bahar (1958), in which she sung the song Kaisa Naseeb Layi Thi, picturised on Musarrat Nazir. She received many awards, including with the highest Pakistani honour in entertainment, Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (The Pride of Performance) in 1966, Pakistan's top civil award.
In the 1990s Jehan also sang for then débutante actresses Neeli and Reema. For this very reason, Sabiha Khanum affectionately called her Sadabahar (evergreen). Her popularity was further boosted with her patriotic songs during the 1965 war between Pakistan and India.
Jehan visited India in 1982 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Indian talkie where she met Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in New Delhi and was received by Dilip Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar in Mumbai.
Noor Jehan's last film in India was Mirza Sahibaan (1947) which starred Prithviraj Kapoor's brother Trilok Kapoor. Noor Jehan sang 127 songs in Indian films and the number of talking films she made from 1932 to 1947 was 69. The number of silents was 12. Fifty-five of her films were made in Bombay, eight in Calcutta, five in Lahore and one in Rangoon (now Yangon), Burma.In
On a tour of North America, Jehan suffered from chest pains and was dignosed with angina after which she underwent a surgery to install a pacemaker. In 2000, Jehan was hospitalised in Karachi and suffered a heart attack. On Saturday afternoon, December 23, 2000, Noor Jehan died from heart failure. Her funeral took place at Jamia Masjid Sultan, Karachi and she was buried at the Gizri Graveyard near the Saudi Consulate in Karachi... wikipedia