Amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in Indian and the shortage of oxygen and other medical facilities wreaking havoc, a soulful rendition of the famous song Arziyan by a few singers from Pakistan to show solidarity with India is winning hearts.
According to reports, in the video, Pakistani artists Zeeshan Ali, Nauman Ali along with a few others can be seen performing on AR Rahman’s iconic song in solidarity with India as the country is battling a massive surge in the number of COVID-19 cases.
The heartwarming video was first shared on Facebook and it has now gone viral on social media platforms.
"Hosla na Haro yeh waqt bhi tal jaayega. Raat jitni bhi ghani ho, phir sawera aayega. Art and humanism has no borders. Respect and gratitude is always here in our hearts, love and affinity," the caption read.
Check out the video here:
Meanwhile, the soulful performance is winning hearts on both sides of the border.
The comments section of the video was flooded with heart emojis and many calling it 'superb.'
Arziyan is one of Rakesh Omprakash Mehra’s film Delhi-6’s most popular tracks. Composed by AR Rahman, the song has vocals by Javed Ali and Kailash Kher. Prasoon Joshi has penned the lyrics.
Meanwhile, a week back, Pakistani netizens had trended the hashtag 'Pakistan Stands with India' where they sent the country prayers.
Reportedly, the humanitarian Edhi Foundation also wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, asking their permission to send a number of well-equipped ambulances to assist the hospitals.
India has been witnessing a massive surge in COVID-19 cases since the past few months. India has become the fourth country to cross 2,00,000 deaths due to COVID-19, behind the United States, Brazil and Mexico.