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Google Doodle Celebrate Mehdi Hassan's 91st Birthday

Google Doodle Celebrate Mehdi Hassan's 91st Birthday

Unbelievable Pakistani Ghazal vocalist Mehdi Hassan was regarded with Google's doodle include on what might have been his 91st birthday on July 18. 

Google respects numerous conspicuous identities with exceptionally composed logos called 'doodles'. Numerous other surely understood Pakistani identities that have been respected by Google incorporate Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Abdul Sattar Edhi, Noor Jehan and Nazia Hassan. 

Broadly alluded to as Sultan or the 'Shahenshah of Ghazal,' Mehdi was conceived on July 18, 1927, in a town called Luna in Rajasthan, India. At first, his dad and uncle were dhrupad artists, and the youthful Mehdi sang dhrupad and kheyal in his first show. Amid the Indo-Pak segment of 1947, the family moved to Pakistan. 

The amazing vocalist handled his first melodic execution on Radio Pakistan in 1957, basically as a thumri artist. After this, he never thought back and in the long run wound up one of the nation's best ghazal vocalists ever. 

Mehdi's first tune Jab Koi Pyaar Se Bulaye Ga and the famous ghazal Ik Husn Ki Devi Se Mujhe Pyar Hua Tha made him a legend. 

In October 2010, HMV discharged Sarhadein in which Tera Milana, most likely the first and last two part harmony tune including Mehdi Hassan and Lata Mangeshkar, was discharged. Ranjish Hi Sahi Dil Hi Dukhane K Liye Aa, Patta Boota, Dil-E-Nadan Tujhe Hua Kya Hai and Dil Ki Baat Labon Par Laakar are a portion of his other unsurpassed hits. He is, in any case, most associated with Faiz Ahmed Faiz's Gullon Mein Rang Bhare. 

Mehdi was likewise regarded with various honors including Nishan-e-Imtiaz, Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, Pride of Performance and Hilal-e-Imtiaz by the Government of Pakistan. He passed on in Karachi on June 13, 2012, after an extended ailment. 

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