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News |  17 Aug 2016 15:30 |  By RnMTeam

Shadab Faridi sings for Pakistani film

MUMBAI: Singer Shadab Faridi, who rendered the title track of Salman Khan-starrer 'Sultan', has now crossed borders with his talent by crooning a song in a Pakistani film titled 'Janaan'.

This is the first time that Faridi has crooned a number for a Pakistani film. The track has the lyrics 'Kar lo sab mil ke shor sharaba'.

"I am very excited to be part of this film tilted 'Janaan'. I got to know about this from composer Shamir Tandon who recommended my name for the song. So, I am very thankful to him," Faridi said in a statement.

"Though people of Pakistan have heard me before in TV shows like 'Junoon' and 'Music Ka Maha Muqabala', but singing in a film over there is special. I have immense respect for singers like Mehdi Hassan, Ghulam Ali, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan ... They are all legends.

"I also like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan a lot. He has a soulful voice."

Talking about the difference between the two countries, Faridi said,"There should not be any barrier when it comes to art and culture."

Faridi is also happy with the positive response to his song in 'Sultan'. He says,"When your song is liked by the audience, that's the best gift a singer can get."