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Indian Acapella Version of National Anthem Beats Coke Studio’s Qaumi Tarana

Indian Acapella Version of National Anthem Beats Coke Studio’s Qaumi Tarana

This Independence Day we have heard many versions of National anthem. From Coke Studio’s Qaumi Tarana to Dolmen Mall’s security guard rendition, we have come across many good and disappointing versions of Pakistan’s National Anthem. But we wouldn’t have expected a version from across the border.

While Indian and Pakistani government always shared cold relationships, the people of the two countries have tried their best to bring the nations closer. In such an attempt, the Indian band Vox Chord along with Voice of Ram has joined hands to gift something to Pakistan on 70th Independence Day.

Voice of Ram is a Media production company that is dedicated to promote peace between the two countries, while Vox Chord is an Indian Acapella band. They have come together to produce an Acapella version of our National Anthem.

The video starts with the band members wishing ‘Happy Birthday Pakistan’ by dedicating a song. The song as the video puts it is ‘a song about faith, pride and grandeur, of power, progress and perfection’.

Surprisingly, the version turned out to be great. Without any musical instrument, they have done a better job than Coke Studio. Seems like Acapella versions are turning out to be better than the other version as the one by Strepsils Pakistan has also done an excellent job.

Listen to the version below and tell us what do you think about it:

Beautiful! Indian Acapella Band Voxchord sing Pakistan National Anthem as a gift for their Independence Day

Posted by Voice Of Ram on Friday, August 11, 2017

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