The first official song from the upcoming film No Fathers In Kashmir is out. Titled Chol Homa Roshay, the song is a beautiful depiction of Kashmiri culture through heartwarming music and breathtaking visuals. Set against the stunning valleys of Kashmir and the chilling, hazy skies of Kashmir, the song is an adaptation of a love poem written by Habba Khatoon. In the film, it has been composed by Loik Dury and Christophe ‘Disco’ Minck from France.
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Chol Homa Roshay , written by Habba Khatoon who was also referred to as the ‘Nightingale of Kashmir’, was originally a folk song inspired by Kashmir’s rich heritage. It was first sung by Ali Saifuddin, a celebrated young singer from Kashmir. The composers, who’ve worked on this rendition for No Fathers In Kashmir, played around with Alif Saifuddin’s vocals by using unique instruments like Cristal Baschet.
No Fathers In Kashmir is directed by Oscar nominated director Ashvin Kumar who has also previously won two National Awards. The film features a talented star cast including Ashvin Kumar, Soni Razdan, Anshuman Jha and Kulbhushan Kharbanda. The film will release on 5 April.