Adnan Sami Biography
Adnan Sami is a very popular singer, pianist, music composer who can play instruments and sing songs with at most talent. Adnan was born in England and he made an impactful debut in singing by singing Run for his life” which was released in 1986. It was in English and recorded for UNICEF. The song went to No. 1 in the music charts in the Middle East. Later on Adnan Sami collaborated with legendary Asha Bhosle on collection of love songs named “Kabhi to Nazar Milao”. The album became an instant success and had topped the Indipop charts for the most of 2001 & 2002.
Adnan Sami most popularly known for his song “Lift Karade” which was an instantaneous hit when it was released. Adnan Sami’s most successful albums have been Kabhi To Nazar Milao (with Asha Bhosle) and Tera Chehra, and his music videos usually have had Bollywood stars in them, including Namrata Shirodkar (“Bheegi Bheegi Raat”), Mahima Chaudhry, Raveena Tandon, Rani Mukerji (“Tera Chehra”), Govinda, Fardeen Khan, Amisha Patel (“O Meri Jaan”), Bhumika Chawla (“Maahiya”), Dia Mirza (“Pal Do Pal”) and the most famous, Amitabh Bachchan (Kabhi Nahi). Adnan Sami has composed film music for several other Hindi films, including Lucky: No Time for Love, Yeh Raaste Hain Pyar Ke, Dhamaal, 1920, Chance Pe Dance, Mumbai Salsa, Khubsoorat, Sadiyaan, Shaurya and several others.
Adnan Sami has performed before heads of state and governments such as President Mitterrand of France, the President of the United Arab Emirates, the President and Prime Minister of India, the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan, the President and Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan, the Prime Minister of Sweden and Princess Christina of Sweden. Adnan has performed for music festivals to sold-out stadiums of his solo concert tours all over the world in over forty countries. Adnan Sami was given a special award by UNICEF for the song he wrote for famine-hit Ethiopia as a teenager and a United Nations Peace Medal for a song he wrote and performed for Africa. Adnan Sami was given a special award by UNICEF for the song he wrote for famine-hit Ethiopia as a teenager and a United Nations Peace Medal for a song he wrote and performed for Africa.