Love her music...love her style!
She laughs when I ask her about the sexism she might have faced earlier in her Sufi singing career, in such a male-dominated environment: "The concept of being a man or a woman doesn't cross my mind. I'm neither on stage, I'm a vehicle on stage for passion." She is dressed androgynously today as she always is: beige, buttoned-up collar kameez (long tunic) and shalwar (trousers), with a traditional Sindhi print shawl draped over her chest. "I've never felt the need to challenge anyone else – I should be concentrating my energies on challenging myself." To an extent it's true: Parveen's talent transcends any gender expectations back home; she is adored, just as much as her peers Mehdi Hassan and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan have been.
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