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Indian take on ‘Meray Samnay Waali Khidki Me’ pokes fun at Pakistan — gets befitting response from Pakistani side

Aptly titled Aisi Taisi Hypocrisy, the Pakistani version of the Mere Saamne Waali Sarhad Pe takes both potshots at India and also hints towards peace with the neighbouring country. The song has been sung by a group of musicians from Islamabad.

Indian Ocean’s Rahul Ram, stand-up comedian, writer and lyricist​ Varun Grover and stand-up comedian and social-satirist​ Sanjay Rajoura had all come together to make a music video titled Mere Saamne Wali Sarhad Pe. View the video below:-

Not to be outdone by their Indian counterparts, here is what the Pakistanis came up with. The song has been penned down by Mohammad Mairaj and is sung by Mujtaba Ali. The video is directed by Gul Durrani whereas Kamran and Ali are on the guitars. The poem has been penned down by Mohammad Hassan Mairaj, an officer of the Pakistan Army.

Taking potshots at the Indians and their constant sense of cynicism towards Pakistan and the general stereotyping Bollywood films promote, the song also hints at promoting peace between both the neighbours in the end.

The original song was Mere Saamne Wali Khidki Me, from the 1968 hit Indian film Padosan. It starred Kishore Kumar, Sunil Dutt and Saira Banu. View the song below:-



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