Atif Aslam's Song 'Jaane Jaa' Pulled Down In The Aftermath Of Anantnag Terrorist Attack

By Loudest Team
September 20, 2023
Atif Aslam's Song 'Jaane Jaa' Pulled Down In The Aftermath Of Anantnag Terrorist Attack

Atif Aslam, a highly acclaimed Pakistani singer, has amassed a substantial fan base in India due to his soulful and captivating songs. "Jaane Jaa" was one of his tracks that had garnered immense popularity and had millions of views and streams on various music platforms in India. However, in the wake of the Anantnag terrorist attack, a significant segment of the Indian public began to question the appropriateness of promoting songs by Pakistani artists, particularly given the complex and sometimes strained relationship between the two neighboring nations.

The producers of the Atif Aslam's music video starring Sooraj Pancholi and Nimrat Ahluwalia has been pulled down by the makers. The album had the new version of Kishore Kumar classic Jaane Jaa that was reimagined by DJ Chetas that was sung by Pakistani singer Atif Aslam and Asees Kaur.

The album has been produced byVYRL music company and was released on September 12.Henal Mehta, Vice President, BJP Films & Drama Divison has filed a complaint with Santacruz police station.

The removal of Atif Aslam's song "Jaane Jaa" following the Anantnag terrorist attack exemplifies the intricate relationship between art, politics, and public sentiment. It serves as a stark reminder of the challenges that artists face in times of crisis and the need for nuanced discussions about the role of art in a world marked by conflict and division. Ultimately, it underscores the importance of understanding that artists themselves should not be held accountable for the actions of their nations and that art, despite its emotional impact, should not be a casualty of geopolitical tensions.

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