So, lately, A LOT of hate has been spewed across the border by many and now we are here to introduce a wonderful effort which aims for peace in the South Asian region.
Bushra Ansari and Asma Abbas, two of the very fine actresses, have come up with a video which covers the love-hate relationship of Pakistan and India
The video aspires to create a bond of love and understanding between India and Pakistan. The short song highlights the antagonistic nature of the Indo-Pak bond and also discusses the similar kind of issues faced by the people on both sides of the border. It is based upon the concept suggested by Neelam Ahmad Basheer who also happens to be their sister.
Every single person on social media is appreciating the beautiful message of peace conveyed by the actresses
Appreciation was the gist of all the posts on the internet.
Humsaye Maa Jaye (born of the same mother) – a clever, catchy poem #India #Pakistan #Punjab #Peace A great sister act, written by the eldest, writer and poet Neelam Bashir, taken up and performed by her talented younger siblings Bushra Ansari and… https://t.co/xOH6aThnn8
— beena sarwar (@beenasarwar) April 4, 2019
— Iqrar ul Hassan Syed (@iqrarulhassan) April 5, 2019
People across the border are also loving the effort and are so happy to discover mutual love here
They labeled it as the perfect message of peace and mentioned that this entire concept has melted their hearts
People accused the politicians of using the situation for the political gains
This reminded us of another desi rap battle between aunties that became popular only recently
This style of traditional Punjabi folks songs, also known as tappay, being introduced to the digital generation is a beautiful way of keeping our culture alive. It’s also so much fun to see aunties having fun!
The desi rap by Bushra Ansari and Asma Abbas which aimed to promote peace in the region is being loved by one and all
What a week this has been for #desirap! First, the choli ke peeche brown feminist song, then the Nani number, and now the patakha of patakha raps from our very own Bushra Ansari. Dedicated to discarding the nuclear bomb and creating #Indopak peace. Check out on facebook 💕🌸⚡️ pic.twitter.com/TUvmfOAgv8
— Nosheen Ali (@nosheenali) April 4, 2019
🇵🇰 ❤️🇮🇳THE BEST THING YOU WILL SEE ON THE INTERNET TODAY, PERIOD!!!
Came across this beautiful peace message delivered by the supremely talented sisters Bushra Ansari and Asma Abbas, and written by their elder sister Neelam Ahmad Bashir. Comments? pic.twitter.com/PoMDvZraCR
— Galaxy Lollywood (@galaxylollywood) April 5, 2019
They’re even calling the two accomplished actresses, the ambassador of peace and love
Bushra Ansari and Asma Abbas stole our hearts once again while sending-out this beautiful message of Love to defuse Indo-Pak tension, endorsing how Stars of both countries can be ambassadors of Love and Peace 🇮🇳^🇵🇰💖https://t.co/4EpZO1lSDJ
— kainat. (@oyeeemeow) April 5, 2019
People reiterated the message of peace conveyed by the video and asserted that they WANT peace
— Aisha Shaikh (@Aishashaikh5656) April 5, 2019
— Khurram Sheikh (@khurramfakhar) April 5, 2019
They also said that Pakistan needs to celebrate and appreciate artists like Bushra Ansari and Asma Abbas
Love the fact that Bushra Ansari is trending on twitter… Pakistan needs to celebrate and appreciate their legends and artists more… and the song they have made is just EPIC!!
— SabahatMS (@SabahatMS) April 5, 2019
A few pointed out that the atomic bombs are a curse for the region and peace should prevail as suggested by the song
These women talk their heart out on war, atom bombs and hate. Both of them belonging to different sides of Punjab, one from India and other from Pakistan. Beautiful video made by Pakistani artist, Neelum Basheer and performed with equal brilliance by Bushra Ansari and Asma Abbas. pic.twitter.com/rs13An4pFE
— Kawalpreet Kaur (@kawalpreetdu) April 4, 2019
Here’s the complete video for all those who have not seen it yet
We LOVED the entire concept of the video. The performance by both the ladies deserves appreciation and the need for peace in the region should be highlighted via similar efforts.
Did you see the video? Liked it? Let us know in the comments below.
Cover image via: BushraAnsariOfficial / YouTube