Sanam Marvi

Pakistani /

Biography

Sanam Marvi is a Pakistani folk and Sufi singer Sanam sings in Punjabi, Urdu, Saraiki, and Sindhi she was born in Sindh Pakistan on 17th April 1986 her father Faqeer Ghulam was also a Sindhi folk singer Sanam started he music training from the age of seven she also had classical music training from Ustad Fateh Ali Khan for two years.

In 2009 Sanam appeared in “Virsa Heritage” a music program on Pakistan Television channel Yousuf Satahuddin was the host for this program she also performed in Coke Studio Marvi is considered among the three finest singers in Sufi, Ghazal and Folk music

Sanam Marvi performs concerts around the world she performed solo in Jahan-e-Khusrau Sufi Music festival in India Marvi performed in Aman ki Asha a event at Chowmahalla Palace Hyderabad India with Indian playback singer Rekha Bhardwaj she also the OST for A-Plus Entertainment’s

Sanam Marvi has won Best Singer- Sufism University Best Singer Light Music Virsa at 17th PTV National Award in 2012 Marvi also won UNESCO Award she is the second artist after Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan to win this award some of her hit songs are “Rang Laaga” “Piya Bedardi” “ Uraan-e-Ishq

 

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