List of Waheed Murad songs

Waheed Murad had been picturised in more than 250 Urdu and Punjabi songs including one song sung by Waheed himself in the film "Ishara". []] Ahmed Rushdi, Mehdi Hassan, Masood Rana, A. Nayyar, Mujeeb Alam, Asad Amanat Ali Khan, Ghulam Abbas, Rajab Ali, Akhlaq Ahmed, Mehboob Pervaiz, Muneer Hussain, Bashir Ahmed, Shaukat Ali, Amanat Ali Khan, Ghulam Ali, Rafiq Chaudhary and Salim Raza had sung for Waheed Murad in different films. Among them Ahmed Rushdi became very famous playback singing voice for Waheed Murad. Following is the list of songs picturised on Waheed Murad:

Ahmed Rushdi

Ahmed Rushdi sung more than 140 solo and duet songs for Waheed in different films, including Waheed's first song "Mujhe tum se mohabbat hai..." (Heera aur pathar) and last song "Ban ke misra ghazal ka..." (Hero). []

olo songs

Duet songs

A. Nayyar

A. Nayyar sung 15 solo and duet songs for Waheed in different films. [] "Ik baat kahun dildara..." (Khuda aur mohabbat) and "I love you" (I love you) became very popular.

olo songs

Asad Amanat Ali

olo songs

Duet songs

Akhlaq Ahmed

Waheed Murad

Waheed had also sung a song "Jaisay taisay beet gaya din..." for his film "Ishara".

ee also

*Waheed Murad
*Waheed Murad filmography

External links

* [ Pakistan film magazine - Complete list of songs of Waheed Murad]
* [ Fan club site of WM - Complete songography]
* [ YouTube - Waheed Murad songs]


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