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Vidya Balan’s upcoming film Begum Jaan stars The Dirty Picture star as a brothel owner in a story of survival, set against the backdrop of partition.

The movie brings back composer Anu Malik who after much persuasion roped in Asha Bhosle for the song Prem Mein Tohre in the movie.

The Baadshah composer recently worked with Sonu Nigam and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan for the partition song, titled Azaadiyan.

“While the song makes you nostalgic about the Anu-Sonu combination, it’s also very close to my heart as a partition song sung by two of the most remarkable voices from India and Pakistan.” the director Srijit Mukherji said.

Previously, it was reported that despite the ‘ban’, Bollywood’s veteran director Mahesh Bhatt is all geared up to bring Pakistani artistes back to India.

According to a report in an Indian newspaper, Mahesh approached Ali Zafar and offered him a song on the theme of cross-border peace. The Channo singer reportedly agreed ‘enthusiastically’.

After Ali, Mahesh talked to Fuzon’s former lead-man, Shafqat Amanat Ali, and he too, readily agreed.

Begum Jaan releases on April 14 and is produced by Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt’s Vishesh Films.


HumSub TV is Pakistan’s leading forwarding-thinking, edutainment channel, aimed at promoting and upholding peace, interfaith harmony and social responsibility within Pakistan through informative and insightful programmes and documentaries; analytical interviews on issues pertaining to social, economic, legal and environmental set-up; dedicated shows to canvass and thereby promote the culture and heritage of Pakistan and in-depth coverage of national and international news.

HumSub TV is the first channel and thus a pioneer within its own right that mainly focuses on emphasising the “Rights” as well as the “Obligations” of the citizens in light of the Constitution of Pakistan, numerous International declarations signed by the Government and various laws that have been promulgated over the years but are not in the knowledge of the common citizen.

HumSub TV also aims to enter into bilateral agreements with other countries to promote not only their culture, heritage and tourism, but also their educational and medical facilities.

Following the successful launch of HumSub TV’s head office in Blue Area, Islamabad; the bureau office has been set up in Lahore.


To project positive image building of Pakistan and inculcate nationalism, as per the vision of the founder of the nation, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah.


HumSub TV is resolute about the promotion of a pluralistic, inclusive and egalitarian society in Pakistan where all citizens are allowed to contribute to promote interfaith harmony, peace andcollective wisdom in the social, political and economic development of Pakistan and to encourage critical and lateral thinking in the society. HumSub TV strives to make a positive contribution to this end.

HumSub TVs Theme

HumSub TV, Pakistan’s first EDUTAINMENT Channel, has been set up for not only those audience residing in Pakistan or overseas but the international community on the whole. The vision of the channel is to project positive image building of Pakistan and inculcate nationalism as per the vision of the founder of the nation.

HumSub TV strives to make a positive contribution to this end by promoting pluralism, inclusiveness and egality in Pakistan and give voice to the suppressed. It endeavors to act as a positive catalyst for social change and Pakistani nationalism.  It envisions providing a platform for airing critical and lateral thinking and collective wisdom by inviting positive minded intellectuals and opinion forming individuals for the promotion of interfaith harmony and peace in the social, political and economic development of Pakistan.

Whereas the channel airs upbeat edutainment programmes, it, nonetheless, has the primary objective of countering negative anti-Pakistan regional and international propaganda as well as advancing fundamental rights as encapsulated in the Constitution of Pakistan.

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