Malika-e-Tarannum Noor Jehan was Pakistan’s unique diva and there’s no denying that. With her looks and design consistently on point, the vocalist cum-on-screen character wasn’t only a Pakistani artist – she was a worldwide symbol and the real inspiration of millions of people across the globe.
Noor Jehan passed away on December 2000. Yet, did you realize that only days before her passing endlessly, Indian eminent star Dilip Kumar came to Pakistan to visit the artist?
In a recent post, celebrated makeup artist Nabila from Nabila’s Salon shared an image of Noor Jehan from when she went to a VIP suite of a private medical clinic in Karachi to give the star her last hairstyle.
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I remember the day when I was asked to do a haircut for Madam Noorjehan in her VIP room at the Agha khan hospital. Dilip Kumar was visiting from India, she obviously wanted to look her best. Although we interacted briefly, our connection was deep. That was her last haircut… A true diva and league of her own #throwbackthursday #malikaetaranum #legend #tapujaveri #thisisnabila
“I recollect the day when I was approached to do a hairstyle for Madam Noor Jehan in her VIP room at Agha Khan Hospital,” Nabila wrote in the inscription for her image of the Zeenat star, taken by the well-known picture taker, Tapu Javeri. “Dilip Kumar was visiting from India so she clearly needed to put her best self forward. Despite the fact that we cooperated quickly, our association was profound. That was her last hairstyle. A genuine diva in her very own association.”
The undisputed queen of melody -Noor Jehan ruled the music industry for around six decades. She sang a huge number of melodies in different dialects including Punjabi, Urdu, Pashto, Sindhi, and others. The incredible star was consistently the first to be considered to playback for Lollywood films. She additionally turned into the principal female movie executive of Pakistan’s film industry.