‘Na Rokay Koi,’ sung by Ali Aftab Saeed, gels well with a sweet video directed by him and Aarti Shrivastava
This International Peace Day, singer Ali Aftab Saeed and Indian filmmaker Aarti Shrivastava have worked together to bring to us a new anthem of Pak-India friendship, titled ‘Na Rokay Koi’.
Through this musical medium, Ali and Aarti have told a simple story of two college friends who parted ways to return to their home countries.
But a wedding convinces Zahra, the friend from Pakistan, to reunite with her Indian friend. Leaving a note for her father, she packs up and heads out to the other side of the border.
One of the most beautiful song of MEHDI HASAN. Mehdi Hassan (Urdu: مہدی حسن ) (July 18, 1927 – June 13, 2012) was a Pakistani ghazal singer and a former playback singer for Lollywood.
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Muhinji Barri Athayee Wicha Seera Te – Singer Bhaggwanti Navani, written by Ranjan, and presented as a video song by Sindhi Sangat.
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Singer – Ustad Rashid Khan.
Gul Pari Lal Pari Mokhe Aa Dini Moula Pari Moula Pari Dil Ghuri- Singer Waheed Hakro.
A song in Balochi for all those who never heard the language, but have thrived on the resources of Baluchistan. Akhtar Chanal and Komal Rizvi performing Daanah Pah Daanah in coke studio season 4 episode 1. Translation is embedded in the video.
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Memo From Pakistan: Satirical Song, a YouTube Hit, Challenges Extremism in Pakistan
By SALMAN MASOOD
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A satirical song that takes a tongue-in-cheek swipe at religious extremism, militancy and contradictions in Pakistani society has become an instant hit here, drawing widespread attention as a rare voice of the country’s embattled liberals.
The song, “Aalu Anday,” which means “Potatoes and Eggs,” comes from a group of three young men who call themselves Beygairat Brigade, or A Brigade Without Honor, openly mocking the military, religious conservatives, nationalist politicians and conspiracy theorists.
Their YouTube video has been viewed more than 350,000 times since it was uploaded in mid-October. The song is getting glowing reviews in the news media here and is widely talked about — and shared — on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook.
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A beautiful Sindhi folk song “Chhallro” by Kaajal Chandiramani, Kaajal’s melodious voice makes one feel like dancing…. Dance by, Bhavna Taurani, Karishma Ganglani, Kritika Ramchandani, Poonam Kateja, Sapna Bhambhani in Sindhyat ji Mauj, A Grand Evening of Dance, Mauj & Masti at Shaikh Rashid Auditorium – Dubai Event Organized by Asha Chand.
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Sindhi folk song – MUHINJA MITHA
Haroon Bacha singing a ghzal in Virgina USA at Abdul Baree House, Record by Rahman Bunairee.
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“AAJ DIN CHARRIYA TERE RANG WARGE” ARE WRITEN BY PUNJABI POET SHIV KUMAR BATALVI.
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“SADAEN AKELA SAFAR MAIN RAHAYASEEN” SUNG BY WAHID LASHARI, POETESS: MAHEEN HISBANI, DIRECTED EDITED & UPLOADED BY:KAMRAN LASHARI.