ISPR releases upbeat song ‘Har Ghari Tayyar Hain Hum’ on Defence Day

ISPR in its description has dubbed the upbeat song “A Melody of Pride”. Moreover, the Military Band from the Army School of Music has put a riveting performance in the song.

ISPR Har Ghari Tayyar

Inter-Services Public Relations, ISPR, has released an upbeat new song ‘’Har Ghari Tayyar Hain Hum” on the occasion of Defence Day, 6th September.

The upbeat song commemorates the sacrifices of martyred soldiers of the Pakistan Army and politicians who lost their lives during terrorist attacks. The impassionate song by ISPR “Har Ghari Tayyar Hain Hum” is the remake of the 1980’s song by the same name. Singers Ali Azmat, Asim Azhar, Ali Hamza, and Ali Noor have sung the rendition of “Har Ghari Tayyar Hain Hum.”

ISPR in its description has dubbed the upbeat song “A Melody of Pride”. Moreover, the Military Band from the Army School of Music has put a riveting performance in the song.

They pay tribute to the services rendered by our armed forces and their operational readiness. The music video showcases the sacrifices of Pakistan as a nation in fighting terrorism and the evolution of our Armed Forces as a cutting edge military structure; second to none.”

“It also incorporates stylized shots of the singers patriotically supporting their heroes. Renowned music maestro, Ali Hamza (Noori) has put his heart & soul into this song, giving a contemporary spin to its composition, originally sung by Khalid Waheed & written by Zafar Ullah Poshni. Additional lyrics have been penned by Ali Hayat Rizvi. Ali Hamza, with his unique creativity, has composed a first of its kind blend of a modern rock sound with a riveting performance by the Military Band from the Army School of Music,” read the statement from ISPR.

The video of the song shows the tough training of soldiers and also remembers the APS victims. It also features politicians like Benazir Bhutto shaheed, Siraj Khan Raisani, Shuja Khanzada, Bashir Ahmed Bilour, Ikramullah Gandapur. And notable people like Aitzaz Hassan, SSP Chaudhry Aslam, Nasarullah Khan Afridi, Maj Gen Sanaullah, and others.

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The song has been released on the YouTube channel of ISPR. Within a few minutes of its release, the song has become a massive hit and is trending atop on Twitter.

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