Nazia Hassan’s ex-husband has no right to make film on her: Zoheb. Singer Zoheb Hassan says Nazia Hassan’s ex-husband Ishtiaq Baig has no right to make a film on her and warned of legal action against anyone doing so.
Nazia Hassan’s ex-husband has no right to make film on her: Zoheb
Pakistani pop icon Nazia passed away on August 13, 2000 at the young age of 35 due to lung cancer.
Zoheb Hassan who sang along with Nazia,In a twitter message Zoheb Hassan said, “Our family has come to know that Nazia’s ex-husband is trying to make a film on her life so he can feature himself and profit from her name and fame.”
Our family has come to know that Nazia ex-husband is trying to make a film on her life so he can feature himself and profit from her name and fame. Anyone entertaining this individual shall be duly and legally sued by our family as he has no legal right or basis to do so.
— Zoheb Hassan (@zoheb_hassan) September 16, 2018
Nazia had sprung to popularity through Pakistan Television’s (PTV) programme Sung Sung and shot to unexpected fame to become one of Pakistan’s most famous celebrities in the 70s and 80s — a pride for the country.
Her crooning, melodious voice gave us tremendous pop hits such as Dil Ki Lagi, Ajnabi, Zara Chehra To, Dum Dum Dee Dee, Boom Boom and Dosti. “Aap Jaisa Koi” — sung at the age of 13 for Indian movie Qurbaani — made her a beloved icon both at home and in South Asia.
She bagged a Filmfare Award, becoming the first Pakistani to win the prestigious accolade, and, along with her brother Zohaib, went on to sell over 60 million records worldwide. The duo released Disco Deewane in 1981. Not only was she beautiful but academically sound as well.
The educated artist held the degree of Business Administration and Economics from Richmond American University in London. She was a lawyer by education and this degree was an added plus.