Google displays Nazia Hassan’s doodle on her 53rd birthday

Google is paying tribute to amazing artist Nazia Hassan with its doodle on her 53rd birthday. Google respects noticeable identities and events with unique logos that it calls ‘doodles’.

In the past Google had likewise paid tribute to Nusrat Fateh Ali khan, Abdul Sattar Edhi, Noor Jehan and numerous others.

Google expresses: “When young Pakistani girls in the 1980s closed their eyes and clutched a pretend mic in their hands, swaying and singing, a major inspiration was Nazia Hassan. Hassan, sometimes referred to as the “Princess of Pop”, was a sensation the likes of which hadn’t been seen in the region in years. Young and graceful, with long flowing hair, she charmed the country by belting out favourite songs “Disco Deewane” and “Boom Boom” alongside her brother Zohaib.”

Nazia Hassan was a Pakistani pop vocalist, legal counselor and social dissident. She moved on from very much presumed Richmond, The American International University and University of London.

She began singing when she was 10 years old and ended up a standout amongst the most unmistakable artists in Pakistan and India.

She earned the title of “Ruler of Pop” in South Asia. She alongside her sibling Zoheb Hassan sold more than 65 million records worldwide and her English dialect single Dreamer Deewane made her the principal Pakistani artist to make it to the British diagrams.

Nazia was Born on April third , 1965 came into the spotlight through Pakistan Television’s program “Sung” and turned into Pakistan’s most popular superstars of 80s.

Nazia was a vocalist as well as worked for the UN and also for UNICEF.

She additionally remained a committed researcher and humanitarian who worked for the privileges of youngsters. She passed on of lung tumor at an exceptionally youthful age of 35, in London abandoning her fans in a state of dismay.