Singer Ali Zafar released a song to pay tribute to Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara, who went missing on February 5 this month during a campaign to climb the world's second-highest peak.
Muhammad Ali Sadpara, along with other climbers, including John Pablo Moher of Chile and John Asnori of Iceland, went on a two-headed expedition but disappeared on February 5 due to bad weather. His son was also involved in the expedition, but he returned, and for the past two weeks, other teams, including the Pakistan Army, have been searching for Muhammad Ali Sadpara and other climbers.
Despite the passage of 13 days, no encouraging information has been found about Muhammad Ali Sadpara and other climbers, but missions are underway to find them. Leading singer Ali Zafar released the song "Tum Chale Aao Paharon Ki Kasam" to pay tribute to Muhammad Ali Sadpara after his disappearance in the mountains. On February 17, Ali Zafar released "Tum Chale Ao Paharon ki Kasam" on YouTube to pay tribute to Muhammad Ali Sadpara, which went viral.
When Ali Zafar paid tribute to Muhammad Ali Sadpara through a song, many people praised the singer and said after watching the song that their tears were not stopping. The song, released by Ali Zafar, also features Muhammad Ali Sadpara's expeditions to the mountains. Ali Zafar released the song "Tum Chale Aao Paharon Ki Kasam" to pay homage to Muhammad Ali Sadpara, which was first sung by folk artist Kamal Masood in 2015.
Although the song 'Tum Chale Aao Paharon Ki Kasam' is romantic, it fits the life and adventures of Muhammad Ali Sadpara and that is why people could not hold back their tears after watching Ali Zafar's song. Apart from Kamal Masood and Ali Zafar, other singers have also sung 'Tum Chale Aao Paharon Ki Qasam', but the song is gaining the most famous due to Ali Zafar's tribute to Muhammad Ali Sadpara.
Couldn’t stop my tears after listening to #PaharonKiQasam And, what made me sad was the country we live in where only after dying does one become known...Forgive us #AliSadpara and all other unsung heroes whom we couldn’t value enough.— Yashal Jalil (@yashal_chishti) February 17, 2021
Beautifully sung by @AliZafarsays https://t.co/5tSrtDI8e1