Music has no boundaries: Pakistani anthem plays well in Controversial Kashmir

Music has no boundaries: Pakistani anthem plays well in Controversial Kashmir

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SRINAGAR: A video of Pakistani national anthem played by two Kashmiri youth gone viral on social sites, spreading like forest fire. The video has been shared and liked by thousands of users throughout the country.

Interestingly, it is for the first time that any Pakistan related action is not turning into the controversy, which proves that “Music has no boundaries”.

The video played with a typical Kashmiri instrument Santoor and Rabab by two youth Umar Majeed (18) and Zubair Ahmad (22) is being widely appreciated as mesmerising music.

Many believe that the video catches more attention from the public due to the Pakistan angel, however many other calls it soul refreshing stunt.

The two boys completely disagree with the interpretations that the music has been played with any motive. They said that the music was played unintentionally. They are now mulling a musical version of the Indian national anthem.

Pertinently to mention here that many people believe that a large number of singers and actors from Pakistan are working in bollywood and are being widely liked in India and Pakistan.

The people asked that why should Kashmiri people be corned for being the lovers of music from across the border.

Kashmir Patriot believes that the “Music has no boundaries” and appreciates people to people contact above all, hence dedicated this social buzz report to the peace loving people.

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Irfan Quraishi is a Srinagar based Broadcast & Multimedia journalist in Indian Kashmir. He has previously worked as senior Correspondent for Day & Night News, Kashmir Times. Quraishi is founding Editor of “KASHMIR PATRIOT” launched in 2016. He has acquired over seven years of journalistic experience in Print, Electronic and Digital media. He had been a fellow of Thomson Reuters Foundation London and RNTC Europe. He has done a great deal of reporting and analysis on diverse issues of public importance including Human Rights, Media, Security, Politics, Health, Tourism, Education and Current Affairs. His contributions have been published in The Hoot, The Quint, The Citizen, and many other national media organizations.