Shahzad Roy reveals first look of ‘Jind Jaan’

Singer promises fast cars, high speed action in upcoming video


Our Correspondent April 14, 2016
The video will show Shehzad romancing Iman Ali. PHOTO: FILE

KARACHI: Following the success of his patriotic anthem Zindabad, Shehzad Roy is now gearing up for the release of his second single for the year, titled Jind Jaan. According to a press release, the seasoned singer and humanitarian recently shared a teaser of the video, featuring model and actor Iman Ali, alongside multi-talented artiste Yousuf Bashir Qureshi. The song also includes vocals by fellow singer Zoe Viccaji.

With the video of Jind Jaan – which boasts of fast cars and high-speed action – Shehzad will be taking a step out of his comfort zone, essaying the character of a bad boy, romancing Iman. The song has been produced and composed by Shehzad himself, with Salman Razzak serving as the director of photography and Saquib Khan directing the music video. “It was great working with such diverse personalities for the song and its video,” said Shahzad of his experience. “It is a light-hearted song with an unexpectedly bad boy video as the teaser somewhat reveals. We wanted to create a fun, light and entertaining song.”

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Over the years, Shehzad has come to be known for both his music as well as his humanitarian efforts equally. He also produced and hosted two documentary series, Chal Parha, which highlighted public education in the country, and Wasu Aur Mein, which follows the travels of Shehzad and Baloch villager Wasu Khan.

Watch the teaser here:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BELd5hLD3ZJ/?tagged=jindjaan

Published in The Express Tribune, April 15th, 2016.

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