Another Sardar from India reached Pakistan to spread peace through his music!
Right after Former Indian cricket star Navjot Singh Sidhu, another star Sardar took a step forward to spread peace beyond the borders through his music. A Punjabi Pop artist Varinder Singh aka Vizz, in collaboration with a well-known Pakistani artist & singer Megha Jee made & performed his latest track "Border Paar" at the Pakistan Wagah Border. And the song has already created a buzz in Pakistani Media. Varinder Vizz (V) is a renowned, versatile Punjabi Pop artist and Music Composer, who has performed over 500+ stage shows across the globe over the last two decades.
Well, today Vizz launched his single "Border Paar" out here in Delhi at The Luggage Room, Connaught Place. He interacted with Indian media and shared his experiences and views while working with the neighbor country. He stated, "It was a wonderful experience, this is the first time I went to Pakistan. As we do all over shows, this journey started from Dubai, where we did a combined Indo-Pak show, there I met few Pakistani & Indian artist, and the entire show was a big hit, as Pakistani artists are really fabulous, we build a great bond, as our show got telecast in Pakistan, it increased my fan following there, so I had words with Megha Jee, we met and composed this song and we really tried to spread a message from this collaboration." Further, he added, "I have got full support from Pakistan Government in terms of the shoot, visa and whatever help we needed, even people there were fully supportive, and I am glad that our plan succeeded in a good and peaceful way."
Vizz is the first Punjabi Pop Artist to debut in Bollywood with a Hollywood Artist. 'Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn' Part 2 fame, Judi Shekoni performed with him in the item song “Peg Patiala” from the movie “Club Dancer”.
Vizz boasts of tie-ups with some of the biggest names in the industry and signed with colossal music company giants such as - Universal, T- Series, Zee Music, Shemaroo, Movie Box (UK). He performed in 2006 for President A.P.J Abdul Kalam at the Presidents House for which he was given an award.