Irene Perveen

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Irene Parveen
Born 1940
Genres Playback singing
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocalist
Years active 1958–1972

Irene Perveen also spelled as Irene Parveen is a Pakistani playback singer from the 1960s, who mainly sang for Pakistani films.[1] Parveen started her career in the film Noor-E-Islam in 1957. She sang some popular duets with Masood Rana and Ahmed Rushdi. She sang many hit songs for films including one super-hit song in film Aina (1966), Tum Hee Ho Mehboob Meray, film song lyrics by Khawaja Pervez and music by M Ashraf. [2]

She later married Cecil Samuel, a man from a prominent Peshawari family.[1] She has lived in England since 1983.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Irene Parveen.http://cineplot.com/music/irene-parveen/, Profile of Irene Perveen on cineplot.com website, Retrieved 1 June 2016
  2. ^ http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2afvca_iren-parveen-tum-hi-ho-mehboob-mere-aina-1966-deeba-mohammad-ali-pakistan-urdu-super-hit-classic-son_music, Film song of Irene Perveen on dailymotion.com website, Retrieved 1 June 2016