Aima Baig, Asim Azhar, and Young Stunners to raise funds for flood affectees

By: News Desk
Published: 12:08 PM, 24 Sep, 2022
Aima Baig, Asim Azhar, and Young Stunners to raise funds for flood affectees
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A concert featuring a few of the top Pakistani performers will raise money for flood relief efforts entirely. Singers Asim Azhar, Aima Baig, and the Young Stunners are among those performing.

On Friday, the singer of "Baazi" posted the event's poster to her Instagram story. According to the post, the Karachi Gymkhana Club, Asim Azhar, and the Arts Council are hosting a live music benefit concert there for Pakistan's flood victims. On October 2, the concert will start at 6 o'clock. Aima baig, despite of all the controversy is working to help the people. 

Natasha Baig and Raamis Ali are two more performers. Through TicketWala, tickets are accessible online.

Help is available from many directions during these trying times. There are musicians that have organized and continue to host performances intended to help and rehabilitate flood victims. All of the revenues from a recent concert by Uzair Jaswal in Islamabad were donated to flood relief efforts. On October 2, Lahooti and KMC will collaborate to host a concert to raise money for flood relief.

Some famous people are stepping up and utilizing their platform to help those affected by the disaster. Balochistan village reconstruction is being handled by singer Hadiqa Kiani. 10% of the sales from September will be donated by the candle company Musk by Mushk, owned by model Mushk Kaleem, to flood-affected households.

Angelina Jolie, a humanitarian, activist, and Hollywood actress, travelled to Pakistan to assist flood-affected people and directly address their needs. At about the same time, Zimbabwean Muslim scholar Mufti Menk visited in order to aid in relief efforts as well as raise awareness of the losses sustained by flood victims.

More than 30 million people have been forced to flee their homes as a result of the flooding in Pakistan. Everyone needs to join hands and work for the betterment of country.