Azaan Sami Khan’s kids are the most honest critics of his music, and he is glad
Azaan Sami Khan was born and raised in Karachi. The 28-year-old singer frequently ponders why he feels at home in the city of lights since the majority of his family has left the country. The singer/actor decides to romanticize the tenacity despite the difficulties and problems the city throws at everyone, and he is surprised by it as well!
Azaan Sami Khan discussed his upbringing, his love of cuisine, and of course his music with Fuchsia. Azaan Sami Khan talked about the sort of kid he was in elementary school and expressed regret that he wishes he had performed better. I did well in the areas I like, but I struggled to pass in the others. I could have done better, though, if I had tried.
The Ik Lamha crooner was never disruptive growing up, save in class. I never experienced a rebellious phase. Mom and I have always had a laid-back relationship. She showed me how to tire puncture for amusement. There was no room for rebellion when your mother taught you such tricks.
He said, “I never felt like it, and my main concern would have been to avoid doing anything that might damage their cordial friendship. “The burden of not failing her was great. Since I never wanted to make her feel like her efforts were in vain,
A foodie family
We all have great appetites because, according to a phrase in his paternal family, “hum aise yunhi toh nahi hogaye, khanate peete rehte hain,” he said with a giggle. He said that he and his khala (aunt) would sample different dishes in the city together.
“We’re like culinary tour guides and not only in Karachi,” he continued. “Which restaurants offer what, what time should you go for fresh cuisine, what times to avoid, restaurant rankings and all.” When asked about his childhood comfort food, Azaan Sami Khan mentioned how much he enjoyed paratha rolls. “I went through a phase when I would crave rolls every day after school, so we’d go to Hot
Tunes and music
Unknown to many is the fact that Azaan Sami Khan began composing music at a very young age. Even now, there are some terrible films from when I was between the ages of 12 and 13 on YouTube. Then my friends would sit and play those instead if one of my songs became popular,” he cried, adding that his mother had previously played his early adolescent music in front of his children as well.
“A father tries to keep up appearances with his children, but when my mum played that, it was over. They assumed my voice was phony since they couldn’t figure out why I sounded like them. I attempted to explain puberty to them, but I think they’ll figure it out on their own eventually,” he added.
The host questioned if the melody the singer was humming was from an existing song or if a new one was in the works. “I don’t listen to or hum anything that I’ve already published, and many other musicians also provide this excuse Azaan Sami Khan.
The music was originally mine, but once I published it, it belonged to someone else. Naturally, it’s still meaningful to me, and the fact that I published it should indicate that I have an emotional connection, but I don’t interact with my earlier work, he said, adding that he unconsciously hums many of the songs for his forthcoming music.
When asked which Pakistani song is his favorite, Azaan Sami Khan responded by humming Mast Nazron Se Allah Bachaye by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. He then said that he enjoys a lot of Nusrat’s work as well as the majority of his father (Adnan Sami Khanearlier )’s work. He laughed and said, “He’s also Pakistani.
Speaking of local music, Azaan Sami Khan recently sang the theme song (OST) for the prestigious Nadeem Baig film Kuch Ankahi, which is named Dildara. He paused to giggle as he remembered how he usually shares his music with his children: “When Nadeem sir emailed me the initial cut, I showed it to them and one of them questioned when was it recorded and why didn’t they know.” Yet they cherished it. This song can be sung along to Azaan Sami Khan. It suits them.