Rabi Pirzada Age, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Biography & More
Bio/Wiki Other NameRabi Peerzada Profession(s)Pop Singer, Actor, and Television Host Famous ForFor posting threatening video with python and crocodile against the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Career DebutAlbum, Singer: Jadoo (2005)
Some Lesser Known Facts About Rabi Pirzada
Rabi Pirzada is a Pakistani pop singer and television host.
She is a Kashmiri girl and is fighting for the freedom of Kashmir from India.
Rabi Pirzada’s Post on Twitter
She was a topper in school and college. Since her school days, she was passionate about playing the drums and the piano. She worked as a software engineer intern for a few months. She joined MBA classes but after two semesters she decided to quit.
She did her training in singing under Ustad Imtiaz Ali Khan.
In 2005, she started her career in singing with the album ‘Jadoo.’ Her song ‘Daadi kuree’ from the same album became very popular.
In 2006, her album ‘Mujhe Ishq Hai’ was released. Some of her other hit songs are ‘Disco Deewane,’ ‘Nachna,’ and ‘Boom Boom.’ In the same year, she was awarded as the best emerging talent.
In 2014, her third album ‘Aahat’ was released, and she completed her Bachelor’s degree simultaneously.
She has also worked as a host in many Pakistani TV talk shows, one of her TV shows is ‘Whats’up with Rabi (2016).’ In 2018, she debuted in the Pakistani movies with ‘Shor Sharaba.’
She runs a salon in Lahore.
Rabi Pirzada’s Salon
She has a licensed pistol.
Rabi Pirzada with Her Pistol
She often posts images of reptiles and other wild animals on her social media accounts. She claims them as her pet animals.
Rabi Pirzada with Her Pet Snakes- Bhoolu and Tiger
Rabi Pirzada with Neha Kakkar and Sonu Kakkar
She is quite a controversial celebrity of Pakistan. In 2019, she posted a video threatening the Indian Prime Minister ‘Narendra Modi‘ with her pet pythons and alligators. People mocked her for her post and even the Pakistani wildlife department penalised her for keeping the reptiles as pets.
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