Bead Splash: Runa Laila … a singer who fell in love with India, Pakistan and Bangladesh

Runa Laila

Although Runa Laila was born in Bangladesh, she grew up and studied in Pakistan. Not only that, he started his career with Pakistan. Runa Laila is celebrating her 68th birthday today (Happy Birthday Runa Laila).

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  • Latest version:November 17, 2020, 12:29 pm IST

Mumbai Runa Laila is a musician who is not interested in any acquaintance. He got a lot of love from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Runa Laila’s Birthday is one such artist from the Indian subcontinent whose voice ged from Chittagong to Karachi. Today is Runa Laila’s birthday. Although he was born in Bangladesh, he grew up and studied in Pakistan. Not only that, he started his career with Pakistan. Today, Runa Laila is celebrating her 68th birthday (Happy Birthday Runa Laila), in this way she tells you some special things related to her life-

Runa Laila has sung many songs in the film world of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. He got a different identity from ‘Damama Dum Mast Kalander’. Runa of Bangladeshi descent sang her first song when she was just 12 years old. He sang his first song for the Pakistani film ‘Jugnu’. He wrote his most famous song ‘His eyes match the message of love …’ which is a new chapter of success for him.

Runner’s song became so popular that his name began to be associated with big fanfare. The special thing is that Runa was then 14 years old. He won the hearts of the people in ‘Do Diwan Nagari … at night or in the afternoon …’ and ‘Dama Dum Mast Kalander ….’ Runa’s first concert was in Mumbai in 1974. During this time he met music composer Joydev. Joydev was so impressed with him that he gave him a chance in the film ‘Gharanda’. The song of this film, ‘You are not, I am sure …’ still rules the hearts of thousands of crores.

When Runa took command of the Indian music world, singers like Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Vosle reigned supreme in the Bollywood world. At this time, Runa surprised him with songs like ‘Mera Babu Chail Chabila, Mai To To Nachungi …’ and ‘Dama Dum Mast Kalandar …’. In 1974, Runa Laila received an invitation to visit the Council on Indian Culture in India. At this time, the council asked him who he wanted to meet during his visit to India, so he named Lata Mangeshkar. Runa Lata is a big fan of Mangeshkar. He himself has revealed this fact.


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