The famous Ghazal singer, Begum Akhtar born on seventh October 1914 in Faizabad city of Uttar Pradesh. Born as Akhtari Bai Faizabadi, she was a widely known singer of Ghazal, Dadra, and Thumri genres of Hindustani classical music.
Akhtar started coaching underneath sarangi exponent Ustad Imdad Khan when she was a baby. She first carried out publicly on the age of 15. She obtained the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for vocal music and was awarded Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan (posthumously) by the federal government of India. She was given the title of Mallika-e-Ghazal (Queen of Ghazals).
Begum Akhtar additionally acted in a couple of Hindi movies which embrace Ameena (1934), Mumtaz Begum (1934), Jawaani Ka Nasha (1935), Naseeb Ka Chakkar (1935). In all these movies, she sang all her songs herself. Acclaimed director Mehboob Khan gave her the primary break within the Hindi movie music business within the 12 months 1942 within the film titled Roti. Music director Madan Mohan persuaded her to sing in films like Daana Paani and Ehsaan. Her final movie was that of a classical singer within the Satyajit Ray movie Jalsa Ghar.
The Ghazal maestro married a barrister from Lucknow, Ishtiaq Ahmed Abbasi, and began to be often known as Begum Akhtar. She carried out in All India Radio usually and can also be identified for her timeless Bengali basic “Jochona Koreche Aari”.
Begum Akhtar handed away in Ahmedabad on 30 October 1974. She was within the metropolis for a live performance and fell unwell whereas staging a efficiency.
On the event of her start anniversary, listed here are Begum Akhtar’s hottest ghazals:
Hamri Atariya Pe Aao
This ghazal was written by Mustafa Zaman Abbasi. One of many well-known ghazals of Begum Akhtar, this observe narrates a narrative of a lover who asks her beloved to go to her dwelling in order that they’ll see one another.
Ae Mohabbat Tere Anjaam Pe Rona Aya
Sung by the Ghazal maestro herself, this observe was written by Shakeel Badayuni. This ghazal depicts the story of a heartbroken who criticises the sensation referred to as ‘love’.
Wo Jo Humme Tumme Qarar Tha
Penned by Momin Khan Momin, this ghazal takes one again to their very own time. The ache that Begum Akhtar has evoked together with her voice is just matchless.
Kuchh To Duniya Ki Inayaat Ne Dil Tod Diya
Thought-about to be a present of Lucknow to Hindustani music, Begum Akhtar’s soulful voice provides the heat to this observe. The lyrics and voice are interwoven in such a manner the ghazal will lose its contact if one is taken out.
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