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Dil Pyar Karnoon Karda Love Has Filled The Heart is sung by PLAYBACK SINGER a professional vocalist who records songs for actors who cant sing well enough to mime to in cinema AZRA JEHAN in the 2002 Pakistani film Kaloo. SAIMA and SHAAN were both remodelled Punjabi Cinema Idols who took over from ANJUMAN and SULTAN RAHI, repectively. SAIMA became Queen of the Punjab from the late 1990s to the late 2000s following on from the previous Punjabi Queen, Anjuman who had dominated the Lahorie Screen since the 1980s. Anjuman gained a lot of weight which was eventually to end her career. SAIMA was a re-invented HEER Punjabi Juliet who was still tall, sturdy, heavily made up, excellent dancer and handy with a machine gun between songs, but she was just a more modern version. The heavy 80s Anjuman eyebrows and black lip-liner had gone, as had the enormous Anjumanesque Earrings and bedecking Jewellery. SAIMA was still the Punjabi Folklore Princess but it was ligher, smaller more subtle jewellery, make up that looked less mask-like. SAIMA was also a product of PERVEZ MUSHARRAFs new regime which wanted to modernise Pakistan by adopting some of The Turkish Republics Reforms. Consequently, actresses of that era began to wear short sleeves, expose more flesh and dance more suggestively in line with MUSHARRAFS new code for the cinema which translates something like Anyone can make a film and show it in the Cinema in Pakistan. No group in society shall stop any film from being shown. If you do not want to see a particular film, then dont go to see it... However, this led Pakistan Cinema to ruin as producers and directors misjudged the mood of the people in the Modern Reforms Pakistan...The perceived vulgarity of new actresses like SAIMA turned the citizens away from the movies rather than attracting audiences through nudity and tantilizing dances. Although good as a dancer and charismatic star, SAIMA, was unwittingly part of the beginning of a drastic decline in Pakistani films. SHAAN was a re-invention of Punjabi matinee idol SULTAN RAHI. RAHI is noted in the Guinness Book of Records as the actor with most films 700 Urdu and Punjabi. SULTAN RAHI, a phemonenally popular cult figure planned to enter Pakistani Politics, which his popularity with the masses could have been devastatingly successful. RAHI was assassinated in 1996, his death seemed never properly investigated or concluded. Some commentators claim that SULTAN RAHI was a manifestation of the ugly ZIA -UL-HAQ government of the 1980s. However, when SHAAN arrived he was the beautiful new face of the MUSHARRAF regime. SHAAN certainly had youth and charm but was still the Punjabi Folklore Ranja Romeo. The poses, the Strong Silent Type, the machine gun and roars of Oy fascinated the remaining audiences of Punjabi Films for a decade. Outer circles of Punjabi Society also respect SAIMA to an extent but SHAAN, definitely, because this seeming rural hero actually was educated at prestigious Aitchison Colle
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