Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a pianist like Adnan Sami, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Adnan Sami fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts below.
Versatile performer who mastered Indian and Western classical/semi-classical, jazz, rock, and pop music.
He was a graduate of King’s College, University of London. He was also the first musician to use an electric piano for Indian classical music.
He was called the Fastest Man on Keyboard in the World and the Keyboard Discovery of the Nineties by Keyboard Magazine.
He married his fourth wife, Roya Faryabi, in 2010 and he has a child named Azaan Sami Khan. His father, Arshad Sami Khan, was a Pakistani Pathan, and his mother, Naureen Khan, was of Kashmiri descent.
He became the host of the Indian version of Don’t Forget the Lyrics!, Bol Baby Bol, in 2008. The syndicated U.S. version was hosted by Mark McGrath.
Many said he had undergone a liposuction surgery, but Adnan denied those reports. He, however, did undergo the surgery for lymphedema in the year 2005, which also became the turning point in his journey. The surgery required him to be on bed rest for three months.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Adnan Sami done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
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“I was too big to even contemplate exercise. I had to use a walking stick and a wheelchair to get around.”Adnan Sami
“I am a singer; my job is to create music and harmony. Wherever I see harmony, I would go towards there.”Adnan Sami
“Pakistan never valued Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan saab until English songwriter Peter Gabriel started collaborating with him. After that, the country suddenly realised that they have an amazing talent. This is the story of a lot of artistes there.”Adnan Sami
“For me, everybody is the same. If you are not nice to me, I will say, ‘Okay, we will try to make it nice tomorrow.’ I am like that. I am not a confrontational person.”Adnan Sami
“I used to play rugby, polo, tennis, and cricket in school. It was only in the 1990s, when I used to live just opposite Harrods in London, that I started putting on weight. I used to have my breakfast there every day.”Adnan Sami