Nazia Hassan will forever live in our hearts. Her songs have left an irreplaceable mark on the lives of many across Pakistan and the globe. Not only are they a joy to listen to but they are perfectly suited for every occasion.
Here are seven of the pop legend’s songs which we can play on repeat and never get tired of:
When words fail you and you need to define your friendship with your bff, what better way to express yourself than through Nazia and Zoheb’s most loved song Dosti.
If you ever need to mend the relationship with your friend, this song will definitely melt his/her heart.
2. Dil Ki Lagi:
When you just need to be by yourself, this happy-go-lucky song will uplift your spirits and leave you feeling merry.
3. Disco Deewane:
If this song doesn’t make you want to get up and dance, then we don’t know what will. This song is so popular that Karan Johar decided to use a remixed version of it for his film Student of the Year. We don’t blame him, Nazia wasn’t known as the Queen of Pop for nothing.
4. Aap Jaisa Koi:
How can one forget the song which made her one of India’s favourite and won her the Filmfare Award. This song sums up emotions for your loved one perfectly. Dedicate this to your loved one and he/she won’t be disappointed.
5. Boom Boom:
Another song which will have you moving to the beat. An upbeat song which can sum up the relationship with your other half without sounding distasteful.
6. Dum Dum Dee Dee
A soft soulful song you can listen to when you’re all by yourself or with your beloved. A treat for the ears.
7. Sun Mere
This song is undoubtedly for those who are not with their beloved or wish to be reconciled with their loved ones. For all the brokenhearted, Nazia’s sweet and melodic voice will be sure to mend your hearts.
While there are many more songs, each truly special and one-of-a-kind, there’s no forgetting the role Nazia Hassan has played in all our lives.
The young generation will never know the impact she left on us, but by reliving her memories through her music, we can show them just how important she was and where she stood in our lives.