|Musarrat Nazir singing Mera Laung Gawacha at the PTV Awards 1985-86|
One of Musarrat's greatest achievements is the songs listed below:
- Mera long gawaacha
- Chalay to cut he jaaye ga safar aahistah, aahistah
- Apnay haatoan ki lakiroan mein.
- Lathe di chader uttay saleti rung mahiya
- Chitta kukkar banairey tay
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