The safety we feel in our day-to-day lives, and the adequate sound sleep we get daily is because of the sacrifices made by the Indian army protecting the borders of our nation. Away from their family and near ones, the martyrs have selflessly been there to protect the countrymen throughout the year. As much as we respect and honour the army officials, we are forever indebted to their courageous acts across the border. Every year 15th January is marked as the Army Day in India, and to celebrate this occasion, actor Hiten Tejwani pays a perfect tribute to the soldiers with his latest music video ‘Mera Pyara Hindustan’.
Known for his remarkable roles on TV, web space and big screen, this is Hiten’s debut in the world of music videos. The actor for the first time in his career has portrayed the role of an army man, and he is quite overwhelmed to feature in ‘Mera Pyara Hindustan’. The music video sees actress Heena Varde opposite him. Sung by Romy, the music video is directed by Mehul Agaja, and it will surely boost the patriotic spirit within you.
The music video has released on the official YouTube channel of Affix Music Company. The record label is said to be the new entrant and has got an array of interesting tracks to be released soon. With ‘Mera Pyara Hindustan’, actor Hiten Tejwani said that nothing beats the essence of getting into the uniform of the Indian Army. “Ever since the song came my way, I was pretty sure to be a part of it. It has always been on my bucket list to portray the role of an Indian soldier on screen. This song is close to my heart, and I am sure that the audience will love it as well”, the actor revealed.
Besides this, Tejwani went on to say that the martyrs should not be remembered only on special days. Adding to it, he said, “We are safe because the soldiers keep us safe throughout the year. This music video is my salute to all those army men and their families who have selflessly contributed to safeguarding the lives of their Hindustani brothers and sisters.” Interestingly, ‘Mera Pyara Hindustan’ was shot extensively in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad, and the song is another new addition to other patriotic anthems of the country.