* Date : 2015-09-22
Pakistan gained independence from the British rule on August 14, 1947, and more than 700 Pakistanis living in Korea gathered together for a patriotic celebration of this historically important anniversary. The Independence Day event commenced with recitations of the Quran, and congratulatory addresses were given by National Assemblywoman Jasmine Lee and the Korean ambassador to Pakistan.
Sara Raza Khan visited Korea to attend the event and celebrate the day with her people. The young singer delivered a flawless performance, conveying rich emotions with her ethereal yet powerful voice, and touched everyone's heart and soul. Without relying on her raw talent, she has honed her craft over the years and finally gained the recognition she deserves through hard work. She has proven herself a versatile vocalist, doing a wide range of music from traditional music to trendy songs with fast beats, and she instantly won the hearts of the people in Pakistan.
During the interview, she shared the behind-the-scene stories of when she competed in India, and revealed that she was able to get to where she is today thanks to the unwavering support shown by her mother. Despite her young age, she has become a prominent singer in Pakistan, where there aren't many female artists.
Join us on The INNERview this week to meet Sara Raza Khan, who has become one of the most beloved singers in Pakistan with fans of all ages and who recently visited Korea to celebrate with her people!