Ali Zafar will honour the victims of Peshawar's Army Public School massacre with the video of his new single Urein Ge (Will Fly), which brings together Pakistani musicians, actors and sports stars.
The versatile actor and singer, 34 took to Twitter to express his feelings: Can't explain how humbled I feel to see the entire TV, film and music industry come together for a song I did about the #PeshawarAttack," the Dawn reported.
Can't explain how humbled I feel to see the entire tv,film and music industry come together for a song I did about the #PeshawarAttack— Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) January 24, 2015
The video includes cricket star Shoaib Malik, actor Ali Kazmi and his actor/director mother Saira Kazmi, Mahira Khan and Humaima Malick among others.
Stars also took to Twitter to share their feelings about Zafar's noble act. Celeb journalist Aamna Isani wrote on her page: "Lots of teary eyed stars on the shoot of the emotional Urein Ge. 3 generations...History is being made here."
Lots of teary eyed stars on the shoot of the emotional 'Urein Ge'. 3 generations...History is being made here... pic.twitter.com/1BCEs74Wz4— aamnaisani (@aamnaisani) January 24, 2015
Humaima Malick wrote: "United for a cause, #PeshawarAttack -shot with @alizafarsays for a tear-inducing tribute he's created for our kids."
Cricketer Shoaib Malik also added that he felt good after participating in Ali Zafar song.
Aside from Zafar, several other poets, singers and bands have also dedicated songs to the children and their parents.