Master Abdullah

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Master Abdullah
Birth nameSadiq Ali
Also known asMaster Abdullah
Born1930
Mazang Kanakmndi, Lahore, Pakistan
OriginLahore, Pakistan
Died31 Jan 1994
Sheikh Zaid Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan
Occupation(s)Film composer
InstrumentsHarmonium Player

Master Abdullah (Urdu: ماسٹر عبدُاللہ ‎), (1930 – January 31, 1994) was a Pakistani film music composer. He was born in 1930 in Lahore, Pakistan in a family of Lahore musicians. His elder brother Master Inayat Hussain (1923-1993) was a pioneer film music composer in the early days of Pakistan film industry and was much more renowned in Pakistan than Master Abdullah himself. Master Abdullah began his film career in 1962 with an Urdu language film Suraj Mukhi (1962). He got his big breakthrough in the Pakistani film industry with a super-hit Punjabi language film Malangi (1965 film). Music in this film composed by Master Abdullah was superb and most of the film songs became extremely popular among the Pakistani public in the 1960s and still are fondly listened to this day.

Master Abdullah's music tunes were hard and complicated to make but he did this job so well. Whether he was making happy or tragic music tunes, Master Abdullah was considered to be equally bold, skillful and innovative. For evidence, we have dozens of his super-hit film songs that he left behind as his legacy.[1]


Major Films of Master Abdullah[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Melody makers of the subcontinent". Dawn. Retrieved 23 March 2018.
  2. ^ film Laado (1966) on cineplot.com website Retrieved 23 March 2018
  3. ^ film Qismet (1985) composed by Master Abdullah on Complete Index To World Film (C.I.T.W.F.) website Retrieved 23 March 2018