The acclaimed, renowned, and top Pakistani Sufi singer Sanam Marvi is going to collaborate with the famous Indian singer Harshdeep Kaur for singing at the Manchester international festival MIF 2017.
Both these singers are very highly acclaimed in their respective countries and also are well known in many other countries across the globe because of their amazing and soulful singing. Sanam Marvi has sung many Sufi tracks in Pakistan and has always been a part of Coke Studio, from where she has given us many mesmerizing tracks. Harshdeep Kaur, on the other hand, has also given us many sweet and melodious songs like Zaalima and Heer Heer. According to sources, Harshdeep will be making her debut performance in MIF 2017 on Saturday, July 01, 2017. On Saturday, the festival is having an evening dedicated to Sufi music under the title of SANGAM 2017 and both Sanam Marvi and Harshdeep Kaur will be representing the sub-continent countries.
Sanam Marvi and Harshdeep both are very much energetic and excited about the festival. Sanam Marvi said that this Sufi music is all about connecting the people from everywhere beyond borders and boundaries. She further said that this Sufi music has a message for every human being to share and understand. Harshdeep said that she is much excitedly looking forward to performing in MIF as she is the first artist ever from India to be a part of MIF. She aims to spread positivity and the message of love and peace through her music. She also added that the music is beyond any borders and races and Sanam Marvi will join her on the stage to do a JUGALBANDI on Sufi songs. MIF started on Thursday and will continue until 16th of July.