Kismat (Zohaib Hassan album)
History[edit | edit source]
In 1992 Nazia Hassan and Zohaib Hassan released their last album Camera Camera and Nazia announced her retirement from the music. She joined the United Nations as a political analyst and Zoheb was involved in his father's business. Later Nazia married and Zohaib decided to work on his first Solo Album "Gina". Zohaib made the song Gina about a little girl and the lyrics were "Mere Khayalon Ki Shehzadi Gina". But later he changed the album title and decided to release it with the name of "Durr". He also made a music video of title song Durr which was shot on "Star/Boom Boom" remix video theme. Durr was a beautiful dance number which was also shown in "Pro Audio Show 96".
In 1998 Zohaib Hassan was ready to release his album but Nazia fell sick. Her serious condition didn't allow Zohaib to think about music. Nazia died on August 13, 2000. Zohaib Hassan decided to leave music after this great loss but his fans continued to insist him to do just one more album.
In 2002 Zohaib decided to come with his pre planned solo album Durr, with the name of "Kismat". He made some changes to it because the album was now dedicated to his sister Nazia. Instead of making a music video Hassan decided to produce a drama serial based on the tracks of his album. Gina, Zohaib's wife came with a story and Anjum Shehzad directed the drama serial "Kismat". Iman Ali and Hassan played leading roles in it. The drama serial was on aired from May 2006 to November 2006. Hassan released this album by Fire Records in November 2006.
This album contains the beautiful memories of Nazia Hassan and Zohaib Hassan. Of course all fans missed Nazia in it. This album was not only painful to Zohaib that he was singing without his sister but also for fans. Zohaib Hassan sang two duets with new girl Saher Tariq.
Songs[edit | edit source]
- Jaltay Hain
- Yeh Tu Kya Hogaya - Duet with Saher Tariq
- Kaise Main Bataon
- Kaise Hain Yeh Log
- Yadien - Duet with Saher Tariq
- Will it ever be again (Sathy Ray)
- Khuda Hafiz
- Tum He Tum
- Fashion (Dance Mix)
Music[edit | edit source]
- Zohaib Hassan
- Bappi Lahri
- Tariq Zia
Lyrics[edit | edit source]
- Zohaib Hassan
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