Career Beginnings: Mozhdah’s career in music began in the early 2000s. She was deeply inspired by Western pop music and Afghan traditional music. Combining these influences, she began writing and recording her own songs. Her first significant breakthrough came with the song “Dokhtare Afghan” (Afghan Girl), which became a massive hit in Afghanistan and among Afghan communities worldwide. The song’s success established her as a prominent figure in the Afghan music scene.

Challenges and Hardships: Throughout her career, Mozhdah has faced numerous challenges:

  • Security Threats: Due to the controversial topics discussed on her talk show, she received numerous threats to her safety.
  • Cultural Backlash: As a female artist and talk show host addressing sensitive issues, she faced significant backlash from conservative segments of Afghan society.
  • Balancing Cultures: Navigating her identity as an Afghan and a Canadian posed personal and professional challenges.

Successes and Achievements: Despite these challenges, Mozhdah has achieved remarkable success:

  • Influential Voice: She is known as “The Oprah of Afghanistan” for her impactful talk show.
  • International Recognition: Mozhdah has received international acclaim for her advocacy work and her music, promoting women’s rights and social justice.
  • Awards and Honors: She has been recognized by various organizations for her contributions to music and activism.

Real Name: Mozhdah Jamalzadah

Date of Birth: December 7, 1982

Birth Place: Kabul, Afghanistan

Residence: Vancouver, Canada

Profession: Singer, Talk Show Host, Activist

Nationality: Afghan-Canadian

Religion: Islam

Partner: Not publicly disclosed

Father: Noorullah Jamalzadah

Mother: Jamila Jamalzadah

Horoscope: Sagittarius

Age: 41 years old (as of 2024)

Height: 170 cm

Body Type: Slim

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Black