Iconic ghazal and film playback singer Habib Wali Muhammad was remembered on his 9th death anniversary today [Sunday] and paid rich tributes for his lifetime services for the entertainment industry.
Born in Rangoon, Burma in 1924, Habib Wali Mohammad embarked on a singing career during the 1950s when he was in his early 20s in Bombay.
He participated in several local music competitions winning the first prize in one such competition in 1941 slowly establishing his reputation as a singer.
He died on September 3, 2014 after a protracted illness at the age of 93.
Source: Radio Pakistan