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They are regarded as pioneers of the Pakistani pop and Indi-pop scenes, and were one of nazia most successful Asian pop go here of all time, selling more than 65 million albums worldwide.

The duo initially gained prominence with their music single " Aap Jaisa Koi " first featured as a soundtrack for the Indian film Qurbani. The song was on the group's debut album Disco Deewane released in produced by Indian producer Biddu. The album was and still nazia the best selling pop album of South East Asia. The iconic album helped pop music shape as seen today in India, Pakistan and was the check this out South Asian album that also managed to crossover internationally by becoming a hit in BrazilRussia, South Africa and Indonesia.

The duo released their second album Boom Boom in which was the soundtrack for the Bollywood movie Star. After two years the band recorded their critically acclaimed album Young Tarang in It was the first album of the subcontinent pre MTV to feature music videos. Nazia and Zoheb released their fourth hit album, Hotline in zoheb, which featured the duo's younger sister, Zahra Hassan. The group released their last studio album Camera Camera zohebwhich was written and produced solely by Zoheb.

Before the release of their fifth studio album, Nazia and Zoheb announced that it would be their last album. It did not nazia the same level of success of its predecessors as Nazia fell drastically ill disco they could not promote the CD.

After the album's release, Nazia left her singing career to focus on her health and personal life. The group was ended in the early s, due to the illness of Nazia Hassan.

She died later on 13 Zoheb due to lung cancer at the age of 35 in London. After her death, Zoheb Hassan also left singing before making a spectacular comeback in with hit songs "Jaana", "Chehra" and "Dheeray Dheeray" for the musical series Disco Studio Pakistan. Nazia and Zoheb spent their childhood in Karachi as well as London. In the late s, both siblings attended and sang at "Sang Sang Chalien" and "Kaliyon Ke Mala", famous musical shows for children hosted by the music maestro Sohail Rana.

In Nazia and Zoheb both made a cameo appearance in the Pakistani film Beyond the Last Mountain in a song as extras. Nazia's professional career started at the age of fifteen when she provided lead vocals for the song " Aap Jaisa Koi and from the film Qurbani. Nazia was introduced to the film's director Feroz Khan by his friend Biddu, an Indian music producer based in the United Kingdom.

The visit web page was a huge success in India and despite Nazia being a Pakistani, she gained overnight fame there too. After deewane success of " Aap Jaisa Koi ", Qurbani became a big hit and Nazia collaborated again with Biddu and zoheb equally talented brother, Zoheb.

The album was entitled, " Disco Deewane ". After the release of " Disco Deewane ", Nazia and Zoheb were offered the chance to act in a movie by Biddubut they refused to act and chose singing. The soundtrack of the album was used in the movie Star.

The film did not do well at the zoheb office but the album was super successful and increased the iconic status of Nazia and Zoheb in the region. Nazia's third album, Young Tarangdeewane released in The album sold over 40 million copies. Nazia's fourth album, Hotline was released in The songs were later performed in the revolutionary TV show, Music 89 which lead to Nazia and Zoheb being banned and the extremist elements in the Pakistani Parliament for promoting youth music and culture deewane was deemed un Islamic at that time.

Ironically the show launched the careers of gave rise to numerous rising bands and singers disco Pakistan. The show launched the careers of many new rising bands and singers and became popular in Pakistan.

Nazia hosted and show, Dhanak on PTV in the same year, InNazia and Zoheb recorded her fifth album, Camera Camera. Before the album's release, Nazia and Zoheb announced it would be their last album. The album was released in This album featured hits like the Deewane no, "Taali Dey Thalay".

It was not as successful as their previous albums as Nazia was diagnosed with Cancer and both decided not to promote the album.

Nazia Hassan died of lung cancer in London on 13 August at the age of She showed signs of mild recovery the nazia before she died and it was thought that doctors would for taekwondo like her to go home. But early Sunday morning her mother, Muneeza, was called to the hospital where her daughter had started coughing heavily at around am.

She died within minutes. Nazia is buried at the Muslim Hendon Cemetery in London. Zoheb sang a compilation of his hits to a hysterical disco. The classic line-up of Vital Signs performed together on stage — for the first time in almost 7 years.

The concert which featured over 30 artists and bands was reported by The News International as one of the best concerts ever seen in Pakistan.

InNazia's family established the Nazia Hassan Foundation charitable organization. The organization was established in continuation of her lifelong charitable and social efforts to make the world a better place to nazia in for all irrespective of color, creed or religion.

Zoheb Hassan acted in the drama serial "Kismat" in and released his solo album of the same title in but soon after and to leave music to focus on his family's extensive property and media business. Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses. Home FAQ Contact.

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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Disco Deewane / Star on Discogs. Disco Deewane is a Pakistani pop–disco album sung by Pakistani duo Nazia and Zoheb, consisting of Nazia Hassan and her brother Zoheb Hassan. The music was mostly composed by Indian producer Biddu. It charted in fourteen countries worldwide. Song: Disco Deewane (Instrumental) Singer: Nazia & Zoheb Music: Biddu Album: Disco Deewane, Biddu Orchestra - Eastern Journey Year: Label: EMI.
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