Death anniversary of folk singer Mansoor Malangi being observed today


Demise anniversary of folks singer Mansoor Malangi was noticed on Friday.

Mansoor Malangi belonged to Garh Mor. He started his singing profession from the Radio Pakistan, Lahore in 1965.

He quickly rose to fame due to his distinctive voice and elegance. Within the late 70s his folks music ‘Ik Phul Motia da Mar ke Jaga Sohnie’ grew to become an instantaneous hit throughout Pakistan.

His different songs ‘Kala Til Mahi da’, ‘Balocha Zalman’, Kehri Ghalti Hoi ai Zalim’, ‘Khan Ghara De’ and so forth have retained reputation for many years.

He sang the poetry of Sufi poet Khawja Ghulam Farid, which included ‘Akh Phurkandi aey’, ‘Guzar Gaya Din Sara’, ‘Ronday Urmr Nibhai’, and ‘Wich Rohi De’.

The federal government awarded him presidential satisfaction of efficiency in addition to a number of cultural and nationwide PTV awards for his companies to advertise Seraiki folks music.

The artist carried out all around the world.

Mansoor Malangi died of a coronary heart assault in his native city of Garh Mor in Jhang district on the age of 66.