A Music Fairy

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A Music Fairy; A Tribute to Nazia Hassan
Promotional poster for A Music Fairy
Directed by Ahmad Haseeb
Produced by Ahmad Haseeb
Written by Ahmad Haseeb & Khalid Ahmad Siddique
Release date
  • 3 January 2007 (2007-01-03)
Running time
44 minutes
Country Pakistan
Language Urdu

A Music Fairy is a 44-minute documentary about Nazia Hassan directed and produced by Ahmad Haseeb.[1] The documentary was screened at the Kara Film Festival in 2009.

The documentary starts with the Anwar Maqsood's tribute poem on Nazia Hassan and then talks about Nazia's childhood. Ahmad Haseeb uses rare music videos of Nazia and Zoheb like Disco Deewane, Boom Boom, Mujhay Chahie, Telephone Pyar & Hulla Gulla Karien Hum. The Documentary explains the death of Nazia Hassan, and ends with her funeral.[2]

A Music Fairy is a non-commercial documentary. In an interview Ahmad Haseeb reveals that he has no plan to release it commercially, because it was his school thesis and too personal.[2]

World screening[edit]

On 29 March 2012 A Music Fairy has been screened at University of Ankara under celebration of Pakistan Culutral Week "Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan" arranged by Embassy of Pakistan in Turkey. The documentary is appreciated by the audience.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Rao Dillshad Hussain (2009-03-14). "Nazia Lives on". splus.nation.com.pk. The Nation. Archived from the original on 14 April 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-14. 
  2. ^ a b http://blog.pakspice.com/?p=2309=[permanent dead link] The life and Times of Nazia Hassan
  3. ^ Pakistan Turkey Blog (2009-03-29). "Screening of Pakistani film ‘Khuda Kay Liye’ and Documentary ‘A Music Fairy’". Pakistan Turkey Blog. Archived from the original on 30 March 2012. Retrieved 2012-03-29.