‘Pasoori’ singer Ali Shetty named to Time Magazine’s 100 Rising Stars


‘Pasoori’ singer Ali Shetty named to Time Magazine’s 100 Rising Stars

Entertainment Office: “Azabe Dil Tera Puravi Na Hove…”, Budd Kashmir’s Kanyakumari has been singing this tune for a few months. From Instagram reels to Facebook videos, this song is all the rage everywhere. This is the song for the 14th season of Coke Studio Pakistan. Named ‘Pasuri’, sung by two of the country’s most talented musicians, Ali Shetty and Shaye Gill.

Ali Shetty reached the peak of popularity thanks to the song. Now a new feather has been added to her crown.

Ali Shetty is on Time magazine’s 100 Rising Stars list. Many are shocked by Ali’s success.

Meanwhile, Indian media outlet Hindustan Times said “Pasuri” was heard the most by Indians.

Cultural ties between India and Pakistan have also weakened in recent years due to the deterioration of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Atif Aslam, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan quit working in Bollywood after Pulwama attack. Despite this, all of India is under the spell of the air ‘Pasuri’. The number of views of this song on YouTube is around 40 crores. “Pasuri” has become the first Pakistani song to appear on Spotify’s “Viral 50”.

According to the Times, “Shetty’s greatest strength is that he knows the use of local music, he is well versed in classical raga – with this quality he has won the hearts of people of all languages”. Pasuri is a wonderful example of how artists can subtly break down the barriers of authoritarianism and intolerance.

Harvard University student Ali Shetty has been involved in music for a long time. Ali’s music hits everything from Pakistani movies to dramas. Ali is not only good at music but also at writing. His first book “The Wish Maker” (2009) was a success in Pakistan.

Source – Hindustan Times

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