Manchester’s singers to perform alongside Pak pop star Abrar-ul-Haq

LONDON:The two-member Manchester based musicians group Bonafide are set to perform along side Pakistani pop star Abrar-ul-Haq in a charity show in Dubai next month.Maz and Ziggy who are of Pakistani heritage will perform at Battle of the Legends, a charity cricket match between India and Pakistan in February, their agent announced Saturday.The event unites the two great cricketing nations for an opportunity to raise funds for charity. It will see India’s renowned cricket team play in a one-off charity battle against the finest Pakistani cricket players followed by a charity auction.Bonafide have taken part in charity work during the last few months,dedicating their time to helping the victims of the Pakistan floods.  This event relays the same aim and purpose that Bonafide have projected in their own personal charity campaign.Performing alongside  Abrar-ul-Haq, Bonafide will be showcasing their smash hits such as, “Ishq Hogaya and their charity single, “Jeevay Pakistan”.The evening will have some of the world’s most high profile cricket legends in attendance such as former Pakistani captain Wasim Akram and former Indian captain and spin bowler Anil Kumble.Commenting on the upcoming event Maz said: “It is an honour to perform at such a prestigious event. Not only do we have the chance to showcase our music to our sporting heroes but it is all for a good cause. Last year was a great year for us and 2011 is looking even better – APP