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Adnan Siddiqui, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan collaborate for special ‘dua’

The song has been penned by the actor for souls lost amid coronavirus.

Veteran actor Adnan Siddiqui and popular singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s collaboration for a special ‘dua’ video has enthralled fans.

The song has been penned by the actor for souls lost amid coronavirus.

Siddiqui wrote on Instagram, “took something as tiny as a virus to throw the entire world into unfathomable chaos, to tell the man how inconsequential his existence is and also the stark reality that he can never conquer Nature or escape Allah’s wrath.

Why I say this? Because this has been my biggest takeaway from these last extraordinary months, and I know that a lot of you concede to it as well.

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This time also taught me to value humanity, and never take anything for granted. This DUA came about from these life-altering lessons which beseech us to #giveback to the world because nothing that we have belongs to us. It’s only Allah’s graces that make us rich.”


The video with a duration of over five minutes has been shot in Karachi and its adjacent areas. Showbiz stars Sajal Aly, Imran Ashraf, and Amar Khan also made an appearance in the video along with Siddiqui and Khan.

Siddiqui celebrated his birthday on Friday, many of his industry colleagues extended his felicitation to the actor on his birthday.

Earlier this month, Siddiqui that in a social media post said he was in the land of Rumi, Hagia Sophia, The Blue Mosque, whirling dervishes, and baklava. The actor disclosed that he is visiting Turkey for a shoot and has been taking some time off to roam around the country as well.

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Siddiqui, who has been keeping fans up to date on social media about his latest visit, disclosed that he paid a visit to the famous tomb of the warrior, Ertugrul Ghazi in Sogut – a small town in the Bilecik province of Turkey.