Culture is a great unifying force between nations and people. And there’s no better example than India and Pakistan, which were once one nation before partition. Brewing tensions between India and Pakistan are at an all-time high after the Pulwama attack and Balakot airstrike, people from both the countries are calling for peace and urging their respective governments to maintain harmony.
Amidst the tensions between India and Pakistan, veteran Pakistani actors Bushra Ansari and Asma Abbas, who happen to be sisters, rapped to decrease the tensions between the two countries.
They rapped to the verses written by Neelum Ahmad Bashir highlighting the unnecessary hatred that has been cultivated between the two countries for decades.
The video was released on Ansari’s YouTube channel, where she and Abbas play neighbours who are from India and Pakistan, respectively and are separated by a wall, both literally and metaphorically.
The song features the two women as neighbours separated by a stone wall; with Asma playing a woman from Pakistan and Bushra as Indian.