Karachi, Jan. 24 (ANI): Seems like music maestro Ghulam Ali is all set to give it back to the Shiv Senas for not allowing several Pakistani artists, including him, to perform in India.
This legendary Ghazal singer turns actor for an Indian film ‘Ghar Wapsi,’ which is based on the controversial religious conversion practices organised by the Saffron parties to bring back former Hindus to Hinduism, reports Dawn.
Reportedly, the film is being directed by a Suhaib Illyasi, who is perhaps best known as the host of the TV show ‘India’s Most Wanted.’
The 75-year-old singer is not only acting in this film, but also singing an Indian patriotic song. The song’s lyrics go like: “Apni mitti ki khushboo hain rago mein yeh basi hai choomenge isko shaan se. Humko toh pyaara hain yeh watan, apni jaan se.”
‘Ghar Wapsi’ also stars popular actors like Alok Nath, Farida Jalal and Reema Lagoo. Its soundtrack also features the likes of Sunidhi Chauhan, Sonu Nigam and Shaan. (ANI)