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I was among the audience when in late 70's PTv invited Salim Raza to Tv Show "Nikhaar" He had left singing many years ago and was on a private visit from Canada to Pakistan yet he entertained us and the thousand of viewers who watched him perform. It was this unfortunate trip that he was diagnosed with Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus. but I never knew when i'll see him again just a few years later, I wont be able to recognise him cuz of deteriorated health. During Nikhaar Show he was very chirpy, live n kicking and a bit bulky. I got this video after his death and honestly speaking I cudnt believe it was him till he sang. This is how Life deals with us. You cant fight destiny. He was an icon starting from mid 50's till He migrated to Vancouver, Canada, in 1975. He was called Talat Mehmood of Pakistan cuz of his Sad songs but his other solos and romantic duets were equally popular and also he sang to a higher pitch than Talat in a few songs. According to many he started his career in Film Qatil in 1955 but i have an 78rpm record of Film Sohni which dates 1954 though movie was released in 1955. It says "Hum Teri Yaad mein Royein Gay" May be I can upload it on his Birthday :) Today is 25 November. Death Anniversary of Salim Raza so I am releasing a rare video of him which is not only a premier on YouTube but a gift to many of his fans across the world. Before I describe his sonographic details leme share an important event from his life with you. It is about his professionalism. Year is 1957. Film is Noor-e-Islam. Keep in mind that Salim Raza had already earned fame till that time by singing in movies like Naukar, Chann Mahi, Haqeeqat, Haatim, Mirza Sahiban (MD. Khwaja Khurshid Anwar), Sabira, Bedaari, Daata and Ishq-e-Laila. Observing his Superhit "Kar Saari Khatayein Muaaf Meri" in Daata, he was called by Music Director Hassan Latif for a Naat/Kasheed of Naeem Hashmi which reads "Shah-e-Madina Yasrab kay Waali" Salim Raza was a Christian but with a broadmind and professional approach he said YES to Hassan Latif and agreed to record it laters. Someone from nowhere reported this to his family and the news got to his community. When he came home he was asked by elders to handover the script of Naat to them. There was a line in it after Shah-e-Madina Yasrab kay waali.. It was Saaray Nabi Teray Dar kay Sawaali. Obviously this was absolutely against the religious teachings of Christianity and unacceptable for the family. They asked him to apologise and refuse from recording it. Salim Raza had only one logic "I have given my commitment for it" They got angry. He was pressurised from friends and family members but he stood firm. Gradually his whole family and community managed a boycot against him. and look what he got in reward.. Naat became so popular in the whole country that Naeem Hashmi had to write its extension which was happily performed by Salim Raza and free of cost this time :) Even today this Naat is ranked in Top Most Filmy Naats and so many have repeated it on Tv channels and even in daily life in religious gatherings like Mehfil-e-Meelaad. It is also claimed that Salim Raza had accepted Islam as religion and this was one of the factors that he left Pakistan and shifted to Canada cuz of immense pressure from his family and Christian community. God knows better. May Allah mercy on the departed soul. Enjoy the song plz. Regards Dr.Bukhari by
Part (3/11): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGZxh1duug4 Sheikh Ahmed Deedat debates with the American soldiers of the First Gulf War in Saudi Arabia. Sheikh Ahmed Deedat In 1986, the King Faisal Foundation awarded the King Faisal International Prize for SERVICE TO ISLAM, to a South African who is more or better known than many dignitaries in their own countries. This was the first time that this prestigious award has been awarded to a South African. The recipient of this award was a man totally dedicated to his faith and its propagation and who was not afraid to challenge any one to a debate to settle once and for all the matter, who has the good news right? He was none other than Sheikh Ahmed Deedat, reverently known and called UNCLE by those who hold him in high esteem and admiration. The award came after a lifetime of struggle to propagate Islam and to defend Islam against the onslaught of the missionaries. Finally, he was given recognition by the international Muslim community that he deserved and focused more sharply the attention of the Muslim world on the most important aspect of his work, the challenge to propagate Islam. This was his life long ambition to focus the Muslim world's attention and resources on the propagation of Islam, and at last he succeeded. What a moment of jubilation, achievement and personal gratification for Sheikh Deedat the award was, a turning point in his life. Sheikh Deedat did not have much formal schooling, but he was self-taught through experience and a penchant for reading, debating, discussion, and a profound sense of commitment to a mission and goal. He was driven and goal oriented. He was focused and never let up until the job was done. He was sharp, perceptive, forthright, fiery, and daring in his challenge of those whom he debated, particularly against those who equal his missionary zeal and sense of audacity. Formal schooling did not destroy his creative prowess, his tenacity, ambition, drive, and sheer daring to swim upstream. Sheikh Deedat was more a scholar of the Bible than the Qur'an, and was more familiar and adroit with its teachings. He had an insight and perspective of the Bible which made many Christians he came into contact with rethink and re-examine their faith, particularly those aspects of the Bible and the Qur'an that deal with the divine mission and life of Prophet Jesus. On May 3, 1996, Sheikh Ahmed Deedat suffered a stroke which left him paralyzed from the neck down, and also meant that he could no longer speak or swallow. He was flown to a hospital in Riyadh, where he was taught to communicate through a series of eye-movements. He spent the last nine years of his life in a bed in his home in Verulam, South Africa, encouraging people to engage in da'wah. He continued to receive hundreds of letters of support from around the world. During these years, rumors spread throughout the Internet that he was already dead, and even some websites that contained his pamphlets mentioned as early as 2002 that he was dead. On August 8, 2005, Ahmed Deedat finally succumbed to his prolonged illness and died at his home in Trevennen Road, Verulam in the province of KwaZulu Natal. by
This video: Kaliyon Ka Chaman - UM110 ORIGINAL: Thoda Resham Lagta Hai - Lata Mangeshkar Remake version: Truth Hurts - Addictive People say "Kaliyon Ka Chaman - UM110" is a remake of "Truth hurts - Addictive", some say "Kaliyon Ka Chaman - UM110" is the original, But the truth is, the original is by Lata Mangeshkar, a famous, respectable artist from South Asia. As for me, the south asian one is way hotter than the western one. Western one is more destroyed! Heres the original: http://youtube.com/watch?v=WYr-9Tnk4MM Heres what wiki says: THE HISTORY BEHIND TRUTH HURTS AND KALIYON KA CHAMAN: Truth Hurts first appeared on Busta Rhymes' 2001 hit single "Break Ya Neck" as a background vocalist. For her first solo LP Truthfully Speaking, issued on Aftermath in 2002, she enlisted the production talents of Dr. Dre, Timbaland, Hi-Tek, and DJ Quik. Her debut single, "Addictive," was a Top 10 hit in the United States, and featured a verse from hip hop artist, Rakim. Though the original song, Lata Mangeshkar's Thoda Resham Lagta Hai, was used as the main base of the track within the chorus, the modern-style beats, rhythm, melody and even the video was copied from the original remake (first version), UMI10's Kaliyon Ka Chaman Jab Banta Hain featuring Meghna Naidu. This original remake was highly popular amongst the youths in South Asia, though it was almost non-existent within the West due to the language barrier. The first version was therefore only deemed popular to a specific niche market and culture. Although very little was changed to the original remake of the classic song, Truth Hurts' version was more marketable for mainstream release and therefore became more popular internationally whilst the original remake wasn't known to exist. by
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