These stars left the country and went to Pakistan after partition

There are many such celebs in Bollywood who have a relationship with Pakistan. But today we will tell you about those stars who settled in Pakistan after partition.

Aug 14, 2022 | 3:38 PM

TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Pradeep Tiwari


Aug 14, 2022 | 3:38 PM




Born on 18 July 1927, Mehdi Hassan's family has been a family of musicians.  He took his early education in music from his father Ustad Azim Khan and uncle Ustad Ismail Khan.  After the Indo-Pak partition, his family moved to Pakistan.

Born on 18 July 1927, Mehdi Hassan’s family has been a family of musicians. He took his early education in music from his father Ustad Azim Khan and uncle Ustad Ismail Khan. After the Indo-Pak partition, his family moved to Pakistan.

There was such magic in Noor Jahan's voice that she was awarded the title of Mallika-e-Tarannum in Pakistan. It is also said that Lata Mangeshkar, the nightingale of vocals, was often compared with her. She worked with in the film Khandaan.After her marriage to Syed Shaukat Hussain, she moved to Karachi.

There was such magic in Noor Jahan’s voice that she was awarded the title of Mallika-e-Tarannum in Pakistan. It is also said that Lata Mangeshkar, the nightingale of vocals, was often compared with her. She worked with in the film Khandaan.After her marriage to Syed Shaukat Hussain, she moved to Karachi.

Khurshid Bano, a famous singer and actress of Hindi cinema, was a well-known artist of the industry.  Khurshid Bano is best known for his 1943 film Tansen opposite actor-singer KL Sehgal.  After independence, in the year 1948, Khurshid moved to Pakistan with her husband and settled in Karachi Sindh.

Khurshid Bano, a famous singer and actress of Hindi cinema, was a well-known artist of the industry. Khurshid Bano is best known for his 1943 film Tansen opposite actor-singer KL Sehgal. After independence, in the year 1948, Khurshid moved to Pakistan with her husband and settled in Karachi Sindh.

Malika Pukhraj was one of the greatest singers of British India in the 1940s.  After the partition of India in 1947, she moved to Lahore, where she gained fame through her radio performances with musician Kale Khan at Radio Pakistan.

Malika Pukhraj was one of the greatest singers of British India in the 1940s. After the partition of India in 1947, she moved to Lahore, where she gained fame through her radio performances with musician Kale Khan at Radio Pakistan.

Nisar Bazmee belonged to Jalgaon in Maharashtra.  Producer Fazli had offered Nisar Bazmee to write songs for the film 'Aisa Bhi Hota Hai'.  After which Nisar Bazmee went to Pakistan in 1965.

Nisar Bazmee belonged to Jalgaon in Maharashtra. Producer Fazli had offered Nisar Bazmee to write songs for the film ‘Aisa Bhi Hota Hai’. After which Nisar Bazmee went to Pakistan in 1965.






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