Adnan Sami has been honoured for his outstanding achievement in music at the seventh Asian Awards in London over the weekend. The award was presented by Lord Karan Billimoria, the chairman of the awards jury panel. Sami, who is presently touring Europe, says, “I am honoured and humbled.” “I dedicate this award to my late father and receive it in the name of India.” Sami is delighted, given that it is a prestigious award under the patronage of the British Parliament. Sachin Tendulkar accepted the Asian Fellowship award at the event.
Adnan Sami was recently honoured with the Asian Award from the British Parliament’s House of Lords for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Music’. The award, previously conferred upon Mother Teresa, Amitabh Bachchan, Ratan Tata and Pandit Ravi Shankar, was presented to him by Lord Karan Billimoria, the Chairman of the Judges. “I am truly honoured and humbled,” Sami said, dedicating the award to his late father.
Singer Adnan Sami has been honoured with the extremely prestigious Asian Award under the patronage of the Honourable ‘HOUSE OF LORDS’ from the British Parliament. The award was conferred upon Adnan Sami by Lord Billimoria, the Chairman of the Judges.
Adnan Sami has been honoured this year with this award for his Outstanding Achievement in Music. This award was also patronised by the Prime Minister of Britain & Mayor of London. This is the biggest Asian Award in the world with previous recipients being Mother Teresa, Ratan Tata, Pandit Ravi Shankar, Sir Ben Kingsley & Amitabh Bachchan to name a few.
Sami, who is touring Europe at present said, “I am truly honoured & humbled by this award. My sincere thanks & gratitude to all those who helped me in my journey towards this achievement. I dedicate this award to my late father & receive it in the name of India.”