In an ongoing unforeseen development, an entertainer and a serious experienced one at that, common an instrumental form of Musheer Kazmi’s devoted melody, Aye Rahe Haq Ke Shaheedon, which was initially sung by Naseem Begum.
Turns out it was none other than Adnan Siddiqui, who shared a video of himself playing the flute and paying a tribute to the fighters who ensure our very country.
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“Aye Rahe Haq Ke Shaheedon”… this national song originally sung by Naseem Begum and then by Madam Noor Jahan always brings tears to my eyes. The selfless service our soldiers do is beyond imagination. It’s a thankless job, I don’t know how many of us realise that we’re living in peace because of our soldiers guarding the nation day and night. They sacrifice their lives for us and for our motherland. I would just like to thank them by dedicating this song to them. Come hail, come storm they never step back from fulfilling their duties and keep our flag flying high. Salute to each and every brave soul. Pakistan Zindabad !🇵🇰 . . . . . #adnansiddiqui #actor #pakistanarmy #ispr #soldiers #nation #motherland #pakistan #karachi #mitti #zameen #watan #guard #integrity #shaheedon #haq #noorjehan #naseembegum #sacrifice #instanote #thankyou #gratitude
Adnan Siddiqui inscribed his video with a foundation of the melody, additionally tending to Madam Noor Jehan’s adaptation of the track, proposing that it makes him sad.
There’s no denying his rendition was very amazing and is recently arriving on different social media platforms, conveying its serene and tragic story.
It was not very far in the past when Hamza Ali Abbasi also turned out with his interpretation of the National Anthem, which obviously caused a ripple effect on social media as his fans appeared to be uninformed about his music aptitudes.
Following this, it seems that Siddiqui also anticipated handing-off his nationalism, and sentiments towards the military of Pakistan as he proceeded to state:
“It’s a difficult activity, I don’t have the foggiest idea what number of us understand that we’re living in harmony in view of our officers guarding the country day and night.”
The star kept on finishing up on a passionate note, “they penance their lives for us and for our country. I might simply want to express gratitude toward them by committing this tune to them. Come hail, come storm, they never venture over from satisfying their obligations and keep our banner flying high. Salute to every single fearless soul. Pakistan Zindabad!”