Best of Reshma – Side(1)33 R.P.M.

Born in Bikaner, Rajasthan to Banjara family around 1947, Reshma’s tribe migrated to Karachi shortly after partition.
Having received no formal education, she was only 12 when she was was spotted singing at Shahbaz Qalander’s shrine by a television and radio producer, who arranged for her to record “Laal Meri” on Pakistan radio.
The song was an instant hit, and Reshma went on to become one of the most popular folk singers of Pakistan, appearing on television in the 1960s, as well as recording songs for both the Pakistani and Indian film industry.

Side One:
(Shahbaz Qalandar)
(Haye Rabba Nainlagda)
(Gal Ishq Di Mala Pake)
(Akhiyan Mila Ke Channa)
(Sahnoon Bhul Jain)
(Na Dil Dendi Bedardi)

Source by Nad-e-Ali

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