messing around when he said that ‘Music makes one feel so romantic – at least it always gets on one’s nerves – which is the same thing nowadays.’ Words of wisdom came so easily to Oscar, not so the case with me. Things Oscar could describe in two lines take multiple paragraphs for us. But that was the genius of the man.Pakistan has been lucky in a way to be conferred with so many ‘big’ names of music. Who can forget the melodious Noor Jehan who mesmerized generations with her music? They say at the end its not the days of your life, but the life (read music. Watch video in link below
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those days which matters. She most certainly lives on even today; she was the pride of a paradoxical chauvinist nation. That alone tells you the achievements of a woman blessed with a voice that touched souls. Any Pakistani born after the 1965 war remembers the hurriedly written patriotic song broadcasted on national radio, ‘aye putar hatan tay naiin wikday’ (these sons are not an ordinary entity sold in the market) and many others. In her glory days, and there were many, she was the icon of the Pakistani music industry, her very name meant success.