Dua-e-Reem is a new song that emphasizes the importance of both the genders in their respective fields. It has been produced by renowned Pakistani director Shoaib Mansoor. The music video features Mahira Khan in the lead role.
Where nowadays gender war has become a new cool, this song highlights the importance of creating a balance between both genders.
Dua-e-Reem – Highlighting the importance of gender roles in marriage!
Mansoor took it to Twitter to unveil the first look of the song. He stated that he is writing and directing ‘Dua-e-Reem’ starring Mahira Khan. The theme of the video is ‘prayer of every woman’.
Here's the first official poster of DUA-E-REEM
Prayer Of A Woman
Written & Directed by @ShoManOfficial
Unveiling the prayer of every woman soon!#ShoaibMansoor #DuaEReem #ReemRice #RotiSayKhayenChawal pic.twitter.com/dfCPLtL7CP
— Shoaib Mansoor (@ShoManOfficial) March 2, 2020
Every relationship demands respect, love, and care. It’s not only women’s responsibility to take care of her family. Men are equally responsible to share the load of women in this new era. The song is a work of art that highlights the journey of empowering women in marriage through a prayer i.e. ‘Dua e Reem’.
Entering into the new paradigm!
The song is a prayer of every woman beginning her next phase of life. This campaign talks about the balance between both the genders and how both are essential in their own respective roles. At the end of the day, both sides have to compromise to make any relationship work. It’s not just the duty of one person in the relationship.
Failed marriages and the divorce rate is collectively getting higher these days. It seems like people are not ready to compromise and let go of their ego for their better half. The truth is that marriage starts with two empty souls who gradually learn the art and form the habit of giving, loving, serving, praising and keeping the relation intact.
Moreover, the song is primarily based on a beautiful message #RotiSayKhayenChawal. It is also the main tagline of Dua-e-Reem. This line is as odd as it might sound, but that’s the key ingredient of marriage too. You accept a person with all his/her flaws. If there’s mutual respect, love and understanding then eventually if one likes roti and the other one likes rice – either wouldn’t mind eating Roti with Chawal.
It specifically talks about women in marriage facing societal pressures, and how they are the only ones expected to change for her new family. The campaign seeks to bridge the gap between society and gender biases in marriage.
Watch full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pz9r_q3iIg4&feature=youtu.be
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