KARACHI: Geo TV will soon present one of the grandest events of music
in the history of Pakistan and India. In this musical competition,
Pakistani and Indian contestants will be divided into two teams.
Renowned Indian singer and composer Himesh Reshammiya is leading the
Indian side with 10 upcoming Indian stars competing against Pakistan
while the Pakistan side will be captained by our very own talented
singer Atif Aslam.
Geo TV with the collaboration of Sahara TV will present this grand
musical show. It is expected that this show will enhance the process of
Aman Ki Asha. Previously Geo TV has presented "Chotay Ustad” which was a
big hit and "Sa Ray Ga Ma Little Champs” is being shown nowadays.
The Pakistani team’s captain Atif Aslam is a well known pop singer
and film actor with a lead role in the film Bol. He is widely recognised
in South Asia and has given several hit songs such as Aadat, Woh Lamhe,
Tere Bin, Bakhuda Tumhi Ho, Pehli Nazar Mein, Tera Hone Laga Hoon, Tu
Jaane Na, Tere Liye and many more. On the other hand, Indian team
captain Himesh had his first success as a music director of the 2003
film, "Tere Naam”. After which he composed music for the film, "Aashiq
Banaya Aapne”, as a singer, and songs like Tera Suroor, Zara Jhoom Jhoom
and Tanhaiyan went on to become mega hits. Already famous for his voice
he started his acting career with his debut film, "Aap Kaa Surroor –
The Real Love Story”
Judges of this competition include three famous celebrities, Runa
Laila, from Bangladesh, Asha Bhosle, from India and Abida Parveen from
Abida is a Pakistani singer of Sindhi descent and one of the foremost
exponents of Sufi music. Runa has done numerous playbacks for movies in
the Bangladesh, India and Pakistani film industries during the late
60s, 70s and early 80’s. Legendry Singer Asha Bhosle was officially
acknowledged by the Guinness Book of World Records as the most recorded
artist in music history. Shooting of the said musical competition will
soon start in Dubai. Auditions are in process in India and shortly will
start in Pakistan.