Musarrat Nazeer: one who delights (E-2 of 3)
By Anis ShakurSunday – March 11, 2018
Musarrat was noticed and received reviews for her splendid acting in the film 'Painga', starring, Musarrat Nazeer and Aslam Pervez in the lead roles. Producer, M. Naseem, director, Ameen Malik.
A woman of many projects, Musarrat was also behind such movies as 'Qismat', ‘Naya zamana' and 'Jatti'.
She used the vantage that came from experience. It is all the more important in movies like 'Society', directed by M.A. Khan junior, the films 'Baaghi' and 'Jaan-e-bahar'.
In her entire movie career, she never allowed any one to take advantage on her. 'Give respect, get respect', so says Musarrat. She was successful in the movies below:
Movie- goers watched the films 'Yaar beli', 'Kartaar Singh' and 'Zeher-e-Ishq' with keen interest. Brushing tears of despair and deeper emotion from their eyes.
Musarrat shaped her own destiny. Her insatiable drive for success led her to more hard work. She could feel its energy and her spirits soar. She was successful in the movies below:
'Naukri', the film 'Aankh ka nasha' had her cast in the role of Sabiha's mother. The film 'Baap ka gunah'.
The super hit song, rendered by Naseem Begum, 'Us bay wafa ka sheher hai' in the mega- hit film 'Shaheed', remains her signature song until today!
Acting was her greatest strength. Her ultimate excellence was a product of total commitment and hard work over the long term.
The films like 'Watan', 'Raaz' and 'Sola Aanay' will be remembered for the unifying power of the written word-the lyrics.
Moreover, Musarrat, in real life is very humorous and frequently cracks jokes. Films like 'Street number 77', 'Gudda guddi' and 'Lakan matti' speak for themselves.
The films of lasting interest like 'Seestaan' 'Sahara' and ‘Rukhsana’ were the essence of the creative spirit, the vital force of the human heart.
She found her passion in life and pursued it. Musarrat, a remarkable actress, inspired some of our movies, like the ones below:
'Thandi sarak', 'Palkan' and 'Sehti'. (To be continued...)