Suraiya

June 15, 1929
Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan
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Description

Suraiya Jamaal Sheikh, known as Suraiya(Urdu( ثریا) or Suraiyya (15 June 1929 - 31 January 2004), was a singer and actress in Indian films in the 40s and 50s. She was a popular actress and singer and was given the honorific title of Malika-e-Tarannum (Urdu: ملکہ ترنم, English: the queen of melody) in the sub-continent.Later the title was given to Noor Jehan 1930-1947,1963.Born to the owner of a small furniture shop in Gujranwala, Punjab, (which is in modern-day Pakistan). She was the only child of her parents. She was not formally trained in music; yet she went on to become a successful singing actress.



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