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The lady with the triumph of Academy Award and filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid has enamored her line of attack into well-known Hollywood actress Meryl Streep’s heart with songs from her short documentary, Song of Lahore. Sharmeen Obaid, who is also a Pakistani journalist and also bagged two Emmy Awards for her documentary under the name of Saving Face in 2012, and converted into the initial Pakistani to be triumphant an Oscar. October 23, 2015, Obaid-Chinoys most recent documentary, A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness was proclaimed to have been selected for the Oscars recommendations in the group of Best Documentary
The actress, who was the victor of Academy Award three times, was seen influential to the music carried out live by Sachal Music, subsequent the screening of Sharmeen’s documentary in New York. The poignant music was just the ideal melodious conclusion to the film’s premiere.
Sharmeen Obaid Tweet that “Meryl Streep getting pleasure from the performance put up by Sachal Music after Song of Lahore screening in New York”. “It was implausible to witness a room filled by the people swaying to the music performed by Sachal Music”. “And all and sundry was won over by the band’s presentation”. “Tonight was a grand night for Pakistan in New York! We set our most excellent foot forward- Proud of Sachal Music and Song of Lahore”.
Sharmeen was delighted regarding the optimistic reaction. She instantaneously took a selfie with The Devil Wears Prada actress.
Her next tweet was “Music has no lingo the mass tonight walked away after seeing Song of Lahore with a different view of our culture”. “Meryl Streep hosted the screening of Song of Lahore and loved Sachal Music and the musicians of Pakistan”.
The first performance was honored by Meryl in a star-studded opening.
Song of Lahore‘s initial US first performance was organized in New York metropolis on Tuesday, 3rd November, it will be gone by opening in San Francisco on the 6th and West Hollywood in Los Angeles on the 9th.