Audio Music Album Launch : Mahesh Bhatt introduces Indo-Pak talented musical duo Mudasir Ali and Hamza Akram

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Mumbai, Spetember 1 (Washington Bangla Radio):  Written and directed by Thakur Tapasvi, the storyline of Dil Pardesi Ho Gayaan which is an Indo-Pak love story, found a perfect match with the Indo-Pak peace anthem by the Indo-Pak band, Borderless Skies that stands for global peace and harmony. The song was launched by Mahesh Bhatt in the presence of other celebrities like Meghna Naidu, Pawan Shankar, Murali Sharma, Raza Murad, Ali Khan, Bhairavi Goswami, Mudasir Ali, Shailey Bidwaicker, lyricist Anusha Srinivasan Iyer, director Thakur Tapasvi, producer Kewal S Dulai, Sanjay Kakran, Inderjeet Nikku and many others. Bhatt saab unveiled two new talents Mudasir Ali from India and Hamza Akram from Pakistan.

“Borders are manmade but the love in our hearts transcend borders. My friends Mudasir Ali and Hamza Akram gave life by composing and singing the lyrics and with Mahesh Bhatt ji’s blessings, we are today, beginning out peaceful endeavour.” Says lyricist Anusha Srinivasan Iyer who has penned the anthem.

“I simply loved the song and felt that it conveyed the same message as our film Dil Pardesi ho Gaya. And hence, we took it on as our promotional songs. The spirit of these youngsters is contagious. We are happy that today, we have a dual reason to celebrate, the launch of this song and the First Look of our film.” Says director Thakur Tapasvi,

Add Mudasir Ali and Hamza Akram, buddies to whom border is simply a manmade term, “We are musicians who have only one language, that of music. And music transcends broders. Our song Dil ki udaan sarhad ke paar hai“says what we wish in simple terms. “For the common man, life is as it is very complicated. Why complicate it further with hatred and war,” they question.

Faisal SaifWashington Bangla Radio Mumbai correspondent Faisal Saif is co-editor of Global Movie Magazine and sub-editor of Youth Eye Magazine. A passionate Bollywood Feature News Writer and film critic, Saif is a regular contributor to Santabanta, Page 3 Bollywood, Orissa Diary, PardaPhash, NewsWala, The News Tribe, Bolega India and many more online and print journals. Saif lives in Mumbai and can be reached at thatfaisalsaif at gmail.