Md. Rafi, Naushad retro song Apni Aazad becomes the song of today’s women fighting for their safety and liberty

 

Saregama India Ltd., India’s flagship music and entertainment Company, presents  the video  “Apni Aazadi”.


“Apni Aazadi”  is rendered brilliantly by Prajakta Shukre and  the Music is re- arranged by  Abhas Joshi & Shreyas Joshi.  This  song is inspired by a popular retro number,  from the movie Leader,  sung by - MOHD. RAFI/CHORUS,  composed  by –Naushad and penned by  Shakeel Badayuni


Keeping the current scenario in mind the Director of the video  Rajesh Sonawane has  beautifully conveyed what each and every women is demanding i.e. freedom to move freely and safely.

 Write up on the song

Aazadi: An Independence Pending

In a country that is oblivious to its women, where rights are namesake and freedom, a forfeited promise. The song, a rendition of the iconic 'Apni Aazadi' song, enunciates the need for change.

Right to gender equality, but not the freedom to walk unharmed.
Right to life and liberty, but not the freedom to live untainted.
Right against exploitation, but not the freedom to receive justice.
Right to freedom of conscience, but not the freedom to express it.
Right to constitutional remedies, but not the freedom to implement it.
Right to preserve dignity, but not the freedom to sustain it.
A country of meaningless freedom, futile constitutional rights.
 

No country for women?



Apni Aazadi Official Song Video | An Independence Pending | Stop Crime Against Women (You Tube)


In purview of the recent events that have caught the attention of our country with regards to women's rights and safety, For Young India, in collaboration with Saregama has forged a steadfast pledge to reinstate freedom in every woman's existence. Spread this clarion call for 'Apni Aazadi', for a country is only as strong as its women.

Demand change!

 

About Saregama India Ltd:


Listed on the NSE and BSE, Saregama India Limited, is India’s largest and best-known music recording company.

Formerly known as The Gramophone Company of India Ltd, Saregama owns the largest music archives in India, one of the biggest in the world.  The ownership of nearly 50 per cent of all the music ever recorded in India also makes Saregama the most authoritative repository of the country’s musical heritage. Saregama has now expanded into other branches of entertainment – it is involved in publishing, television software and digital content. It also runs studio facilities in Dum Dum, Kolkata making it one of the best end-to-end entertainment houses in the country.



 

Enhanced by Zemanta