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Ali Zafar Has A Special Message For Indians and Pakistanis

As India and Pakistan fight the deadly coronavirus, Pakistani singer Ali Zafar sent a special message to the people of the country. Ali Zafar started his career as a music writer and gained wide acclaim with his single “Channo”, which is taken from his introductory album “Huka Pani”. More than 5 million copies have been sold worldwide. “Channo” eventually achieved great success, surpassing numerous music reviews and winning several awards for “Best Music Album” and “Artist”. Ali Zafar Has A Special Message For Indians and Pakistanis, Zafar starred in the 2010 Bollywood forgery Tere Bin Laden, an average-size feat in the film industry. Its performance in the film aroused the general gratitude of the people and earned it a nomination for the category “Best Male Premiere” including the film festival. During that time, he also worked in several movies, including Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, Chashma Baddoor, and Dear Zindagi.

Ali Zafar Has A Special Message For Indians and Pakistanis

Actor Teefa in Trouble shared a video on Instagram highlighting the issues people face in troubled times.

“My message to the people of India, Pakistan and other parts of the world is that they are facing unimaginable difficulties in this pandemic.”

“If we don’t have compassion for one another, we don’t have the right to call ourselves human, especially in today’s challenging times. The Jhoom singer said,“ The hour should connect and pray and do our best to help out. “”

Finally he quoted classic Hindi songs,

“Ek pyaar ka naghma hai, mojon ki rawaani hai, Zindagi aur kuch nahin …. teri meri kahani hai.”

Ali Zafar had previously paid tribute to mountaineer Ali Sadpara, who disappeared with two foreign climbers on two K2 winter expeditions. You are from Iceland. John Snorri and MP Mohr from Chile.

Ali Zafar presented Muhammad Ali Sadpara with the musical compliment “Tum Chalay Ao Paharon Ki Qasam”. His heart, mind and courage will always all be Pakistani pride and respect.

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