Song that Madam Noor Jahan cried after recording: Jang 1965

In the 1965 war, Queen Noor Jahan’s war songs set many records.

If Madam Noor Jahan’s songs were sung in the moments of war, the morale of the soldiers of the Pak Army fighting on the battlefield would have been raised.

Azam Khan, a former producer of Radio Pakistan, says that he recorded eleven songs of Queen Tarun Noor Jahan on the radio during the 1965 war.

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He said that on the third day of the war, Sufi Tabassum had written ‘O son, do not sell’ and we started recording.

After the recording, when Madam Noor Jahan and I heard this melodious song, we were crying.

He said that it proved to be the best national anthem recorded for the war of 1965.

Azam Khan said that if the siren sounded when the enemy plane came, all the people would run away and go to the fronts, but if Madam Noor did not stop working, she would die here.

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The former producer said that Madam Noor Jahan told me something that I will remember for the rest of my life. The thing was that ‘Azam was a commercial artist, she used to sing movie songs, she became a hero by singing national songs’.