| 25 Mar 2023
Independence Day: QYUKI Creator, Ramneek Singh highlights grim realities of people in J&K

MUMBAI: Qyuki creators, Ramneek Singh and Hasan Baldiwala share a heartfelt poetry Pichhle August, which talks about the loss and suffering of citizens who reside in Jammu and Kashmir. The poetry was released today on the Unerase Poetry channel.

The poetry highlights the violence faced by the J&K residents and mourns the deaths of innocent lives. It underlines the brutal experiences which have scarred them and the ongoing bloodbath faced in the 71 years since India’s independence.

Watch the video here:

Pichhle August by Ramneek Singh featuring Hasan Baldiwala is a culmination of music and poetry. While Ramneek narrates three stories of the victims of violence, Hasan sings Sahir Ludhianvi's popular line, Jinhe Naaz Hai Hind Par Woh Kaha Hai? and thus questions the so-called 'nationalists' and 'patriots'.

QYUKI COO Sagar Gokhale says, Unerase has always been a strong platform and is the voice of every citizen. Their values, principles and support for artists such as these are the primary reason behind their popularity. We are proud to power Unerase and their artists in their endeavour to bring about change in society today via the digital medium. This independence day, let’s not forget all the lost lives!