ISPR Releases Remake Of Har Ghari Tayyar To Honor Martyrs On Defence Day
Asim Azhar, Noori, and Ali Azmat Pay Tribute To Armed Forces
In order to instill a renewed sense of pride and patriotism in the countrymen, and as a way to pay tribute to the fallen heroes, martyrs, soldiers, and frontline personnel, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has released a new song on account of Defence Day on 6th September.
The ISPR is the media and PR wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces. Pakistan is celebrating Defence Day today, and expressing its gratitude to the Armed Forces of the country and commemorate the sacrifices made by Pakistani soldiers defending our borders against any outside mischief.
To mark the special occasion, the Inter-Services Public Relations Director General (DG ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar took to the social media platform Twitter and tweeted the latest national song by the name of Har Ghari Tayyar Kamran. The song is a tribute to the matchless courage and sacrifices of the martyrs while defending the motherland from all sorts of threats.
"A tribute to our martyrs, our heroes, on the eve of #Defence & Martyrs’ Day. #ہرگھڑی_تیارکامران_ہیں_ہم #OurMartyrsOurHeroes"
The song is a remake of an old patriotic song from the 1980s by the same name and it is a joint collaboration between Pakistan's biggest musical stars, Ali Hamza, Ali Noor, Ali Azmat, and Asim Azhar.
The music video of Har Ghari Tayyar Kamran is directed by Adnan Kandhar who has successfully attempted to highlight Pakistan's sacrifices in the fight against terrorism and extremism.
The song is explained in detail by the official Youtube account of ISPR which says:
"The song “Har Ghari Tayyar Kamran” is a remake of an old patriotic song of the ’80s by the same name. Pakistan’s top melody voices; Ali Hamza, Ali Azmat, Ali Noor & Asim Azhar have collaborated for the Defence & Martyrs’ Day - 2020. They pay tribute to the services rendered by our armed forces and their operational readiness. "
The description continues:
"The music video showcases the sacrifices of Pakistan as a nation in fighting terrorism and the evolution of our Armed Forces as a cutting edge military structure; second to none. It also incorporates stylized shots of the singers patriotically supporting their heroes."
It ends with a lot of praise for Ali Hamza:
"Renowned music maestro, Ali Hamza (Noori) has put his heart & soul into this song, giving a contemporary spin to its composition, originally sung by Khalid Waheed & written by Zafar Ullah Poshni. Additional lyrics have been penned by Ali Hayat Rizvi. Ali Hamza, with his unique creativity, has composed a first of its kind blend of a modern rock sound with a riveting performance by the Military Band from the Army School of Music. A very special composition, which can rightly be called, "A Melody of Pride"."