Monday, 4 June 2012

Sanam Marvi to represent Pakistan in international sufi festival

Lahore: Pakistan’s Sindhi folk and sufi singer Sanam Marvi will represent Pakistan in Sufi music festivals that would be held Morocco, France and Japan.
“Almost 200 singers from 70 nations are expected to participate in the festivals and it is an honour for me to represent Pakistan in such a big event,” she told Nai Baat after returning from Dubai.
“Pakistan is my identity and I will continue to bring fame to the country,” she added.
Sanam Marvi debuted at ‘Virsa Heritage’, a programme on PTV. She became popular after her performance at Coke Studio, a Pakistani television series featuring live music performances. She has since appeared in two seasons of the Coke studio.

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