Reshma (c.1947 -- 3 November 2013), Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Legends of Pakistan, was a renowned folk singer of Pakistan, who was also very popular in India.
Folk singer Reshma often modestly said her voice was a gift from God and she was grateful for all the recognition she got. She sang for the first time at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan, Sindh.
She was born around 1947 in Bikaner in Rajasthan in a nomadic Banjara community and her family moved to Karachi after the Partition. She has sung for both Pakistan and Indian film industries and performed in India too.
Her family didn't think much of her talent, but at the age of 12 she recorded the song Laal Meri on Pakistan Radio and hasn't looked back since. She will be remembered for her famous rendition of Badi Lambi Judai which she ranked among her favourite songs and many other compositions to which she added a unique touch.
Her fans will remember her for Dama Dam Mast Kalandar, Wey mein chori chori, Ankhiyan nu rehan de and Lambi Judai.
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