At early 1990s, Zahra moved to France and started the musical career as a back vocalist in a music band lead by renowned singer Spleen and Hugh Coltman the guitarist. Before she could able to start on her own, she practiced singing with such a musical team. As Zahra is not only the singer, but also she is a song-writer. In 2005, she completed writing 50 lyrics and the Beautiful Tango, Oursoul, Try, and Stand Up were released on her own-written piece. 11 songs were recorder for Zahra’s first album Homeland.
Hindi Zhara was born in a native Moroccan family. Her father was in the military while her mother was a staying-at-home art enthusiast. Hindi Zahra’s housewife mother also had acting and singing interest. Thus she grew up hearing to all kind of musical genres which included from rock to traditional Berber folk. Hindi Zahra was also able to taste Bollywood songs. As a result, the influence of Oum Kalsoum and Cheikha Remitti had their moderate effect on her in her early ages.