Farzana Naz is an Afghan born artist in Baghlan, Afghanistan. She mainly sings Pashto songs and made her first songs in Pakistan, due to the unrest in Afghanistan. Her mother speaks Dari while her father is from the Pashtun tribe. Her song Paighla De Kabul was Afghanistan's biggest hit in 2010. Part-time singer in Peshawar, Pakistan. After giving interviews to Pashto entertainment channels such as Shamshad TV and Khaybar, she became more visible. She has performed in many places throughout her life, including in Iran. Farzana's most famous performance is at Lashkar Gah, Helmand. Twelve thousand people attended the concert and was hailed by the local government as a success. However, the local deputy governor was sacked after angering the tribal chiefs, arguing that he should not have let an Afghan woman without a headscarf sing onstage even though Afghan law did not. It is imperative that women wear headscarves.
|Born||March 3, 1985, Kabul, Afghanistan|
|Origin||Baghlan Province, Afghanistan|
She is a world-renowned singer best known for her Pashto songs. Her most well-known song is"Paighla De Kabul," which she released in 2010. In addition, she has composed and sung songs in Dari.
"Paighla De Kabul," her first significant hit, was published in 2010. She went on to play at Lashkar Gah in Helmand, where she received even more notoriety for her renditions of"Shamal" and"Lah Lah.".
She has given interviews to Shamshad TV and Khaybar, among other Pakistani media sources.
She was born and reared in Baghlan, Afghanistan, to a Dari-speaking mother and a Pashto-speaking father.
In October of 2018, she posted a photo on Instagram with MMA fighter Ahmad Wali Hotak.
Afghan singer. Pakistani singer