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Singer Farhan Saeed has enriched PTI’s campaign with his melodious vocals by singing their official anthem for elections 2018. The song titled ‘Ab Sirf Imran Khan’ has been making massive rounds on social media since its release yesterday.
The song has enjoyed record level views on the Internet. The political party that generally focuses on the youth of Pakistan is known for producing impactful political slogans and songs as part of their campaigns.
After the recent massive success of drama serial, ‘Suno Chanda’, ‘Ab Sirf Imran Khan’ is another successful venture of Farhan Saeed.
The song features the common people of Pakistan and its inspiring lyrics are meant to motivate the youth to propel positive change in Pakistan. The song invites the people of Pakistan to trust PTI chief Imran Khan and vote for him.
A few controversial lines in the song have taken a swing at the leaders of the two opposing parties, Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif. Both the leaders have been the holder of prime office during their rule.
The lyrics highlight, issues of corruption, unemployment, power crisis and national debt, the product of inept policies and actions of previous governments.
Previously, it was singers like Attaulllah Esakhelvi, Abrar-ul-Haq and Salman Ahmed who had produced zealous songs for Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf. The media team of PTI has chosen Farhan Saeed this time. The popularity of the song, suggests that Farhan Saeed has lived up to expectations.
The song is receiving huge appreciation from people on social media. Celebrities like Urwa Hocane, Mawra Hocane are promoting the anthem from their respective social media profiles.
It seems that the election fever has taken celebrities in its fold. Many of the notable celebrities have already announced their support for respective candidates. Actors like Hamza Ali Abassi, Salman Ahmed, Hocane sisters are cheering Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf in upcoming elections while other celebrities have gathered to support the independent candidate and rights activist M.Jibran Nasir from Karachi.