Bollywood celebrities expressing their love for Pakistani artists isn’t new for anyone. It’s been going on for decades even though the government tried to separate both country’s artists to work together.
There have been moments when both country’s artist performed together and raised the bar of entertainment.
Such as Atif Aslam and Sonu Nigam both shared stage together which let the fans fall in love with their voices.
Now Danyal Zafar got the privilege to enjoy his fan moment with one of the most iconic divas of Bollywood Sushmita Sen who has shown her love for Pakistani artists.
Sushmita Sen enjoyed her New Year’s eve with the mesmerizing voice of Danyal Zafar’s track Udh Chaliye, which grabbed the singer’s attention.
Danyal Zafar also commented on her post and Dilbar star didn’t hesitate to respond to him back.
Danyal Zafar and Sushmita Sen exchanged comments
Former Miss Universe wrote, “The breeze, the drive, the open skies and Alisah [her daughter’s] favorite song [Zafar’s Udh Chaliye] on repeat.” She even thanked her friend Rohit Bhatkar for introducing her to Zafar’s music while giving song credits.
Soon Danyal saw the post, he couldn’t resist expressing “Oh my god, what? No way! [I] couldn’t be happier knowing you all are vibing to the track and it made its way to add to such a beautiful experience you are sharing!
The drive, the breeze, and the open skies were exactly what I dreamt for the track to do and you’ve made that dream come true! Thank you so much! [I am ] honored beyond what words can express.”
Kyun Key Main Jhoot Nahi Bolta star also responded to Zafar’s comment, “What a beautiful message, [it will be] forever cherished, jaan meri (my dear). Your voice and this song make the heart vibe.
It is a blessing to have the power to connect people and their dreams beyond geography! Stay wonderful,” with heart emojis.
Both of them didn’t stop there, the exchange of comments went on with mutual respect. Both of them also agreed on the extend of art beyond the borders.
On Sushmita Sen’s comment, Danyal wrote “It is beautiful to see the power of art transcending beyond borders and everything else and just touching people deep within and even more beautiful is how transcendence connects people, and I couldn’t be more thankful to have been blessed with this connection!”
A few months back, Bollywood singer Arijit Singh took a stand for the Pakistani artists at a live concert. And shared that Shafqat Amanat Ali and Atif Aslam are his favorite singers.
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