Sara Raza Khan, a Pakistani singer with widely renowned and considerable talent, has made her mark not only in her native country but also in India. Her angelic singing has garnered fans all around the world.
She always looks for new ways to spice up her work and impress her audience. Her performances are known for their incredible foot-tapping energy and mind-boggling musical numbers. She is dedicated to producing a wide variety of music, from traditional Pakistani to popular Bollywood dance numbers to electrifying Bhanga to melodic Ghazals and soul-calming Sufi, so that listeners can float from one emotional state to another while being captivated by this musical magician.
She has lent her voice to many OSTs for Pakistani television shows and has performed on Coke Studio. She has a long list of original songs under her belt. She has toured internationally, gaining fame in countries as diverse as the United States of America (USA), the United Arab Emirates (UAE), China, and, most recently, Nepal.
Early Life of Sara Raza Khan
On November 9, 1995, Sara Raza khan was born in Lahore. She grew up in a sibling group with three brothers and a sister. Sara’s dad was a classical singer, so naturally, she took up the instrument at a young age and followed in his footsteps. His dad also worked as an engineer. She completed her elementary education at Kinnaird College and her secondary education at Yousuf School System.
Sara always had a strong desire to sing growing up, so her mother enrolled her in two years of classical music lessons at the Alhamra Arts Council. Sara’s musical journey began at an early age. Ustad Abdul Rauf was one of his teachers, and he credits him with helping him become a successful musician.
The career of Sara Raza Khan
In 2005, she competed in the Pakistani music reality show Bright Star and triumphed. She also competed as a contestant in the Indian television music reality show ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa,’ which aired on Zee TV, and won the show. She joined ‘Sur Kshetra’ in 2012 but eventually quit after receiving negative feedback about her character. Afterward, she started a career as a singer in Pakistan.
Sara’s extensive discography features numerous hit singles, including Yeh Ada Yeh Naz’, Kehkashan, Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh, Mehki Hawaien, Tere Mere Beech Mein, Mere Dholna, Pankh Hote To Udh Aati Re, and many more.
She has sung the theme songs for numerous successful television series across multiple networks. In 2014, she debuted in the film industry with the song “Darbadar” from the movie “Na Maloom Afraad.” Afterward, she performed a slew of songs, including “Choti Umariya” from “Raasta,” “Dheeray Dheeray” from “Wrong No.,” “Aisa Jorh Hai” from “Jawani Phir Nahi Ani,” and many more.
Sur Kshetra Controversy of Sara Raza Khan
She won thousands of votes and became the finale contestant of Sur Kshetra together with Mulazim Hussain and Nabeel Shaukat. Still, she exited the program barely a day ago before the final. Atif Aslam (Pakistani captain in sur kshetra) said that Sara had left the show because of illness and removed her, yet Sara posted on Facebook that “I quit the program due to Runa Laila and Mahesh Bhatt. They both commented on my personality instead of my singing; the jury should guide us about our singing and inform us about the mistakes associated with music, but no one has the right to hit upon my personality means of wearing a scarf and so on. Atif Aslam didn’t say anything in my favor, but he did so for the other contenders. Thus, I quit the show.
Bollywood Debut of Sara Raza Khan
She began a Bollywood career as a playback singer for several films. She has sung in films like “Darbadar” (2014), “Dheeray Dheeray” (2015), and “Aisa Jorh Hai” (2016). (2015). Her “wrong no” song from the film “Dheeray Dheeray” was a massive hit among the film’s target demographic of young people.
In addition, she recorded several hit singles, including Mere Dholna, Teri Meri Meri Teri Prem Kahani, Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh, and many more.
Coke Studio Debut of Sara Raza Khan
Sara Raza Khan made her Coke Studio debut in Season 8 in a duet with pop icon Ali Haider for the song “Jiya Karay” she once again wins over listeners with her ethereal vocals in a new rendition of an old favorite.
OST Hits of Sara Raza Khan
Sara Raza khan began her playback singing with the theme songs from various drama serials, including “Mere Qatil Mere Dildar” (for the Hum tv drama Mere Qatil Mere Dildar in the year 2011), “Mein Chand Si” (for the drama Mein Chand si), “Madiha Maliha” (for the drama Madiha Maliha), “Mere Hazoor” (for the drama Mere Hazoor). There are many more OSTs by her.
Awards and Achievements of Sara Raza Khan
She has now become widely recognized as one of Pakistan’s finest female vocalists. She has taken home honors for Best Original Soundtrack at the Hum Award for “Mere Qatil Mere Dildar” in 2013 and the ARY film awards for best playback singer.
Best Songs of Sara Raza Khan
- Ye Ada Yeh naaz Yeh andaz – 2022
- Saaya – 2018
- Wo Ishq Jo Humse Rooth Gaya – 2017
- Ham-e-Dil Ko In Ankhoun Se – 2016
- Aisa jord Hai – 2015
- Tere Qareeb Aake Hume Zindagi Mili – 2014
- Badloon Mein Chup Raha – 2013
- Teri Meri, Meri Teri Prem Kahani – 2013
- Mere Dholna – 2012
- Tere Mere Beech Mein – 2012
- Pankh Hote To Udh Aati Re – 2011
- Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh – 2011
- Aap ko Bhool Jaen Hum – 2009
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