Let music be the prayer: Strings – ‘Mei tou Dekhoun ga’

‘Mei tou Dekhoun ga’
In the midst of gloomy conditions prevailing in Pakistan, currently, Strings is up with another sociopolitical song after ‘Beirut’ &  ‘Khud kuch karna paray ga ‘ (Strings & Atif Aslam), i.e. ‘Mei Tou Dekhoonga’. Undoubtedly the video has come up with a positive & a very fine hope for Pakistan. Unlike ,Great, Ali Azmat’s “Bum Phatta”.

‘Mei Tou Dekhoonga’ was released on 4th April 2011. The video location is Rani Kot, Sindh. Adnan Bilgrami accompanied strings as a photographer. The song is a not just a prayer for Pakistan but, moreover, highlights the current need of Education, Unity & dissolution of classes for a better Pakistan. It’s about Pakistan, the way every Pakistani wants to see it.

‘Tum bhi Dekhou gai’
Despite of the few following,contemporary, facts of Pakistan, that:

  • There is a increase in the defence budget by 18%…
  • Higher Education Commission(HEC) of Pakistan is on the brink of getting dissolved.
  • The doctors have stopped working in Govt. hospitals due to ‘low salaries’ or ‘no salaries’
  • The inflation in my country has jumped to 13% by March

I still pray for a positive Pakistan – ‘Mei to dekoun ga, tum bhi dekhou gai

– Hammad.


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A Pakistani. I share my views on music, culture, sports etc


2 thoughts on “Let music be the prayer: Strings – ‘Mei tou Dekhoun ga’

  1. thanks hammad!

    Posted by adnan bilgrami | May 20, 2011, 1:22 am
  2. thanks for acknowledgement hammad! appreciate tht! 🙂

    Posted by adnan bilgrami | May 20, 2011, 1:36 am

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