Celebrities have a voice which is heard by millions and they have the ability to evoke change and create awareness about important societal issues. In a recent social campaign, renowned and budding singers have joined hands with The Citizens Foundation (TCF) for a song to create awareness about underprivileged children who are deprived of their right to education in Pakistan.
Composed, arranged and produced by Kashan Admani, the song is part of TCF’s campaign ‘Music for a Cause’. For the songÂ Taare,Â 31 Pakistani artistes have been roped in. The line-up includes Zhalay Sarhadi, Hira Mani, Abbas Ali Khan, Omran Shafique and Babar Sheikh (Chand Tara Orchestra), Natasha Baig, Farooq Ahmed (Aaroh), Bilal Ali (Kashmir), Alycia Dias, Quaid Ahmed (Sounds of Kolachi) along with many other promising singers.
At present, 23 million kids which make approximately 44 percent of children population in Pakistan are deprived of their right to basic education. Dream Station Productions hopes to make TCF’s constant efforts in this regard known to the world. TCF provides free of cost education to the underprivileged children of Pakistan in order to secure the future of our country.
Listen to the powerful track on YouTube: