Versatile musician Nisar Bazmi’s 8th death anniversary observed in Karachi

22 Mar, 2015 1:04 pm

KARACHI (92 News) – The 8th death anniversary of Nisar Bazmi, a renowned composer and music director, was observed here on Sunday.

Nisar Bazmi was born in Jalgaon in Khandesh area of Maharashtra State, India on December 1, 1924 and died in Karachi on March 22, 2007.

Bazmi composed music for film “Jamana Paar”, which was released in 1946. At this time, he also changed his name to Nisar Bazmi.

He composed the music for 40 films. Twenty eight films were released during his stay in India. The rest of the movies were released in India after he migrated to Pakistan.

His first song in Pakistan was “Mohabbat Mei Tere” (singers, Ahmed Rushdi, Noor Jahan) for the 1964 film “Aisa bhi hota hai”.

He also composed many songs for Runa Laila, Ahmed Rushdi, Mehdi Hassan, Faisal Nadeem, Khursheed Nurali (Sheerazi), and Saleem Shahzaad. He had trained many modern composers.

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