Atif Aslam croons for Saba Qamar's Bollywood debut and we love it!

Published: April 21, 2017
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Saba Qamar is all set to star in her Bollywood debut Hindi Medium opposite Irrfan Khan, for which she has been lauded by many for holding her own in the trailer of the movie.

However, here’s the exciting bit!

Surprise: Atif Aslam joins Saba Qamar in Georgia

Saba earlier took to Instagram to reveal that the Pakistani heartthrob has sung a song titled Hoor for her upcoming movie.

And now, the song is finally here!

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Taking a walk down memory lane, the romantic number showcases Irrfan and Saba’s innocent love story. The video includes Atif as he croons to the song, and Saba and Irrfan are seen in the present.

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While this may seem like any other romantic track by Atif, like Tere Sang Yaara from Akshay Kumar’s Rustom or Mein Rang Sharbaton Ka from Shahid Kapoor and Ileana D’Cruz starrer Phata Poster Nikla Hero, it surely was exciting to see two Pakistani stars in a single frame on the other side of the border.

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Watch the video here:

Previously it was reported that Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has crooned a track for Raveena Tandon starrer Maatr-The Mother. The movie’s producer says the song was recorded before bilateral tensions between India and Pakistan surfaced last year.

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s song to be included in upcoming Bollywood film

Tensions between the two countries escalated following attacks by militants in the Uri sector of disputed Kashmir that led to the deaths of 18 Indian soldiers on September 18. A few Indian outfits even imposed a ban on Pakistani artistes working in this country.

Hindi Medium is a lighthearted comedy starring Saba Qamar and Irrfan Khan in lead roles. The movie is slated to be released on May 12 this year.

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