‘Tum Aasmaan Ho’ – New track by Strings Featuring Special Olympics Pakistan
‘Tum Aasmaan Ho’ – New track by Strings Featuring Special Olympics Pakistan

‘Tum Aasmaan Ho’ – New track by Strings Featuring Special Olympics Pakistan

Tum Aasmaan ho by Strings features differently-abled players who participated in Special Olympics 2019 in various sports
Published Mar 31, 2019 06:02pm

The Pakistani pop rock band ‘Strings' has joined hands with Special Olympics Pakistan to support their cause and have released a new music video featuring all the athletes from the Pakistani team who have recently returned from the special Olympic Games 2019 that was held in Abu Dhabi.

Strings have previously produced songs that highlighted the ongoing situation in Pakistan. Their tracks like ‘Ab Khud Kuch Karna Paray Ga’ and ‘Main Tou Dekhoonga' vocalize about the issues of the country. Tum Aasmaan Ho is written by the great satirist and scriptwriter, Anwar Maqsood. The Producer Beenish Umer and the executive Producer Sarwat Gilani have contributed in making of this very special music track. Sarwat is also the Brand Ambassador of SOP.

The music video begins with the voice of Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who was the founder of Special Olympics, followed by clipping of the legend Anwar Maqsood who says, “Raise their morale, I am sure, they won’t let you down.”

The video features Differently-abled players who participated in Special Olympics 2019 in various sports like athletics, badminton, basketball, bocce, cycling, football, power-lifting, swimming, table tennis, and tennis. Pakistan won a total of 62 medals. In the music track, we can see how dedicatedly the players are practising for the event. These players are also singing and dancing along with the Strings band in the studio.

It’s a beautiful and heart-warming sight to see such talented players from Pakistan making the entire nation proud. ‘Tum Aasmaan Ho’ sends out a strong message that these special players are the sky and the earth… and whoever cannot see this, is the one who is lacking!