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Published on Jun 14, 2012
THE LEGENDARY MEHDI HASSAN REVERED AS THE KING OF GHAZAL, PASSED AWAY IN KARACHI ON 13th JUNE 2012. India-born Classical legend Mehdi Hassan, the melodious voice behind evergreen hits. He gave a new style to ghazal with classical colours, died today following multiple organ failure at the age of 84. Mehdi Hassan stopped singing in the late 80s due to ill health. Despite his ailments, Hassan had a great desire to sing with Lata Mangeshkar. In 2010, "Sarhadein", an album which had the first and last duet song "Tera Milana" by Mehdi Hassan and Lata Mangeshkar, was released. Mehdi Hassan recorded his part in Pakistan in 2009 and Lata later heard the track and recorded her part in India in 2010. The tracks were later mixed together for a duet. Lata, who once called Hassan the 'voice of God', said "A singer like him is born once in a millennium. It is my bad luck that I could not sing with him when he was healthy. Now I can only regret. With his demise the music fraternity has lost a great and legendary singer." I sang his super hit song "duniya kisi key pyar men jannat sey kum nahin" to present a TRIBUTE to best classical singer of world, the song is from film "Jaag Utha Insaan 1966" Music composed by Lal Mohammed Iqbal & picturised on handsome hero Waheed Murad. Awwaiting for your feed back.