I will never forgive her: Zoheb Hassan
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Twelve years ago today, Pakistan’s iconic pop princess Nazia Hassan lost the battle against lung cancer at 35.
Fans remember Nazia and her brother, Zoheb Hassan, as the sensations that transformed pop culture in the country and made waves at home and abroad, especially across the border.
Her death may be a tragic loss for the music industry, but it is no doubt that her family bears the agonising pain of living their lives without her.
The Express Tribune recently had the chance to talk to Zoheb while he was visiting Karachi. In a brief interview and amidst flowing tears, Zoheb talked about losing his sister and living life without her.
Reflecting upon Nazia’s philosophy on life, Zoheb said that she was a humanitarian. “I always told her that she should not be a singer,” he said, adding that he had asked her why she was a star. “She had no airs about herself. But she believed she could reach the hearts of millions through music and singing, and coul
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