W.i.S.H. The Indian Girl Group Dreaming of Global Domination

W.I.S.H: Indian’s first girl group ready to rule over the music industry

The Indian girl group W.i.S.H., which stands for “World inka Stage Hai,” translating to “the world is their stage.”

The quartet, comprising Ri, Zo, Sim, and Suchi, is touted as India‘s first mainstream girl group in over two decades.

Indian girl group WISH

India boasts a rich legacy of female vocalists, including solo performers like Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, and Shreya Ghoshal, as well as successful duos like the Nooran Sisters. However, female bands have yet to achieve comparable prominence.

Zo, expresses W.i.S.H.’s determination to overturn this trend and ascend to the pinnacle by advocating a positive message of sisterhood and female empowerment.

Zo, member of indian girl group WISH

She characterizes their inaugural single, “Lazeez” (which means “delicious” or “tasty” in Urdu), as a track that “honors the contemporary woman and fosters self-love.”

“It holds tremendous significance for me, and for all of us, actually,” she adds.

“We strive to uplift one another not just as artists but as individuals. We embark on this journey together, and I am immensely grateful for that.”

Ri expresses, “If young girls witness us and then choose to pursue careers as pop stars, that’s incredible. You can pursue whatever path you desire. The world is your stage, it’s your opportunity,” she asserts. “All you need is to have faith in yourself.”