Avina Shah is a British recording artist and performer and she’s often regarded as the perfect bridge of the east and west in art. She is a youth icon and ambassador for many charitable organisations, holds a huge pool of experience of performing over two decades across UK, Europe, Middle East, USA, Africa, Asia and the Far East. But all these accolades haven’t been a cakewalk for Avina. Avina was initially very shy as an artiste and she found it difficult to express her talent. We at IWMBuzz recently got in touch with her and had asked her about how she turned her weakness into her strength and conquered her fears to which she said and we quote,
“It’s very important to come out of your comfort zone when you are dealing with a weakness. Initially, I was very shy to express myself as an artiste but I am thankful that I had some really wonderful people around me in the form of family and friends who always encouraged me to keep getting better in my art and do my best. My friends and family have played a huge role in helping me get over my shyness and awkwardness and they certainly helped me to get better and more expressive as an artiste.”
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