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First lady to win 'Afghan Star' TV show to battle Taliban with music


....عزیزان دلمه ... - Zahra Elham -    زهرا الهام
Zahra Elham, from Afghanistan's ethnic Hazara minority, captivated gatherings of people with her shrill, rough voice, performing Hazara and Persian society music in customary free, vivid Afghan dresses and heels.


Zahra Elham won the fourteenth release of Afghan Star a week ago, after male contenders took the prize in the colossally prominent broadcast singing challenge 13 years in a row.(AFP File Photo)

The main lady to win the Afghan variant of American Idol says she will battle the Taliban with her music, grasping a triumph wealthy in imagery as her nation faces an unsure future. Gobtech
  Zahra Elham won the fourteenth version of Afghan Star a week ago, after male contenders took the prize in the massively famous broadcast singing challenge 13 years straight.

Elham, from Afghanistan's ethnic Hazara minority, captivated gatherings of people with her sharp, rough voice, performing Hazara and Persian society music in customary free, brilliant Afghan dresses and heels.  


The outcome stood out as truly newsworthy when numerous ladies in the profoundly male centric nation dread their hard-won rights may go under danger as Washington, searching an exit from the war, holds converses with the Taliban.

Elham, who addressed AFP in a meeting at private TV slot Tolo, which produces Afghan Star, seemed shocked by her new popularity over seven days on - however resolved to utilize it to move different young ladies.


"I was glad for myself and yet stunned to be the primary lady to win the challenge," the young lady in her mid 20s stated, her hair carefully secured with an olive green scarf, obviously still awkward with a camera.


Nobody sings in her family, she said. She was roused to contend in the wake of viewing YouTube recordings of icons, for example, Aryana Sayeed, an Afghan pop vocalist and web-based social networking star regularly compared to Kim Kardashian - a characterisation that in traditionalist Afghanistan is a striking, profoundly political one.

Whenever inquired as to whether she, as Sayeed, is currently a good example for Afghanistan's young ladies, Elham's reaction underscored the significance of her new stage in a nation where ladies are generally missing from open spaces.

"Indeed, my voice is critical for the ladies of Afghanistan," she answered obtusely.


"Different young ladies will get bravery and sing, similar to I have been following Aryana Sayeed ... when I saw a young lady like Aryana Sayeed I contemplated internally, 'On the off chance that she can, so can I. She has two hands and two legs, as do I'."  


'Make my future brilliant'

Regardless of her enthusiasm, Elham, who is likewise a Justin Bieber and Maher Zain fan, says she has no goal of going in to governmental issues.

Be that as it may, if the Taliban come back to some similarity to control in Afghanistan, she says, "I will battle with my music, since I need to make my life music and singing".   


The Taliban utilized their severe elucidation of Islam to boycott music and power ladies away from plain view and underneath burkas amid their stark guideline of Afghanistan from 1996 until they were removed in 2001.

From that point forward they have pursued an undeniably grisly uprising against the Afghan government and US-drove worldwide troops.

Presently, as converses with the US advance, feelings of trepidation are sharp in Kabul that Washington may race to leave, making ready for the Taliban to come back to some similarity to control in Afghanistan.

Young ladies, acutely mindful of how their sexual orientation were smothered under Taliban rule - and as yet confronting steep confinements in Afghanistan today - are among the most vocal in notice they won't bargain their rights if the guerillas return.

For the present, in any case, Elham says her triumph involves pride - and that she stays concentrated on her music, with designs to gain proficiency with the guitar and make more video clasps of herself performing.

"I see my future in music, and I can make my future splendid with singing," she says.
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