Ali Zafar honours Peshawar school victims in star-studded video

Published: January 25, 2015
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PHOTO: TWITTER

PHOTO: TWITTER

Singer-cum-actor Ali Zafar has united actors, cricketers and musicians for his latest song Urein Ge honouring the Peshawar school victims.

On his Twitter account, Ali expressed how humbled he felt about the TV, film and music industry coming together for his latest song.

The tribute features acclaimed actor Mahira Khan, Aamina Sheikh, Humaima Malick, Mehwish Hayat, Humayun Saeed among other actors.

Cricketer Shoaib Malik is also included in the video. Malik took to his Twitter account to share his feelings about being a part of the tribute.

With lots of positive feedback for the tribute, Tanuj Garg, the CEO of Balaji Motion Pictures also tweeted about Ali’s recent project.

On December 16, Taliban gunmen stormed into an army-run school in Pehsawar killing 150 people, including 132 children.

Earlier this month, in light on the harrowing attack, Ali cancelled his New Year’s Eve concert in Durban, South Africa as he claimed to be still reeling from the tragedy.

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Aside from Ali, other poets and singers, including Farhan Akhtar and Shehzad Roy, have dedicated songs to the Army Public School victims.

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