Singer Ali Zafar, in collaboration with Pakistan Air Force (PAF), has released a song titled Ura Mein to pay tribute to the armed forces on the occasion of Defence Day, celebrated on September 6 every year.
The Channo singer teased the song late last month, taking to his Instagram to mark the release. He wrote underneath the post, “Mein Ura is out now. A tribute to our brave warriors in the air defending us day and night.”
The official social media of PAF also announced the release, tweeting, “To commemorate the victory of 1965 War, PAF is releasing a song titled Mein Ura sung by renowned singer Ali Zafar. The song is meant to pay homage to the courage and gallantry of the Armed Forces. Brace for the Impact!”
To commemorate the victory of 1965 War, PAF is releasing a song titled "Mein Ura" sung by renowned singer Ali Zafar. The song is meant to pay homage to the courage and gallantry of Armed Forces.— DGPR (AIR FORCE) (@DGPR_PAF) September 5, 2021
Brace for the Impact!!!https://t.co/KPRzncuRK5#PAFSong#MeinUra#AliZafar pic.twitter.com/H53Ylz81vP
In a recent interview, Zafar revealed that he is all set to release his fourth album. Sharing details of the upcoming release, he said, “The name of the album is Husn, and I was about to release it last year but then Covid happened. So I figured what’s the point if you create an album and then are unable to tour and perform your music.”
Speaking about how his musical output has been fairly steady so far, Zafar explained, “I kept releasing singles and doing songs for Coke Studio, so it’s not as if my music hasn’t been reaching people. Even recently, I’ve released singles. But, I’ve made an album, and it’s a very different one.”
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