During her performance to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad, Kavita Seth revealed about her performance in Pakistan. "The artistes from Pakistan have invited me and I have been getting calls from Pakistan inviting me to perform there soon," PTI quotes the songstress as saying.
Sufi music is everlasting and Kavita wants to popularise it. Talking about her future plans, Kavita Seth said, "I want to popularise Sufi music which is everlasting. Instant popularity of a song does not last long and item songs are a case in point."
Apart from the Sufi rock album 'Khuda Wohi Hai', she has also composed song 'Intezaar' for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's My Friend Pinto. "It has been my dream to follow my passion for music in several forms. After singing so many songs, composing a song for film (My Friend Pinto) came as an achievement," she said.
Kavita Seth, who has so far recorded seven live Sufi fusions with three famous brands for 'Music Ka Tadka', a musical programme for UTV- Star channel and also two live compositions for Coke Studio @ MTV. About the USP of Sufi music, the vocalist, who has formed a group of Sufi musicians called Karwan, said, "Sufi style of singing strikes a chord with audience and take them to a new level of experience."