Here's what Meesha Shafi has been up to in Singapore

Published: November 27, 2016


Meesha Shafi, the quintessential rockstar has taken the Pakistani entertainment industry by storm.

Be it her super cool attire, her up-close and fun pictures with mum Saba Hameed, or her incredible acting skills, Meesha has not just impressed Pakistanis but has also managed to woo fans globally.

The multi-talented star is in Singapore these days to perform for the Indian Festival of Arts-Kalaa Utsavam at the Espalande Concert Hall located in Marina Bay.

Shafi was a vision in a black Ali Xeeshan ensemble with accessories by the famous Canadian designer Maison Marie Saint Pierre. The star took to Instagram to share her experience.

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What! A! Venue! #meeshashafiLIVE at the #Esplanade #ConcertHall #Singapore #KalaUtsevam

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#meeshashafiLIVE in #singapore with @stringsonline and what a night it was!

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Shafi sure knows how to entertain her fans!

1 LOVE ❤️ #meeshashafiLIVE at the #EsplanadeConcertHall #concerttour2016 #singapore

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#meeshashafiLIVE at the #Esplanade #ConcertHall #Singapore tonight!

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The Waar actor set the stage on fire as she grooved at the event.

She seemed pretty excited and shared this jaw-dropping fan following.

Meesha is among the select female singers in Pakistan’s music industry who have managed to make a mark and perform internationally across a number of cities including San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Washington and Boston.

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A mother of two, Meesha has also worked on Manto’s critically-acclaimed soundtrack with Jamal Rahman and has acted in the Mira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundementalist, Bollywood film Bhaag Milka Bhaag and Pakistani production Waar.

The pop rock duo Strings were also part of the event.

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  • JKhan
    Nov 27, 2016 - 7:20PM

    Does she belong to transgender community? No offence just curious.Recommend

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