Well as I’m about to launch a campaign to crowd-fund my documentary so I’m repeating some of the old that is still one hundred percent pure gold. There are so many different genres in Pakistani music and dance but some of them are coming from deep roots and you know with culture the more deep we go the more real it gets.
One day you would like to see these hidden colours of Pakistan, rather than the photos and videos your media shows you about Pakistan. They all want you to be so scared to not come here and find the truth. And the truth is as original as it sounds.
Any ways you will know about my campaign, if you feel you can pay as low as 10 dollars to see another side of Pakistan…..in these 10 dollars you will get a digital video copy of this documentary in 4k…It’s a good deal you know 😉 truth is expensive but it feels good to support the truth. I’ll also use drones to film landmarks.
Now to Devotional Music From Pakistan.
We have a place that is called Durbar, and it’s like a shrine where people go and engage in religious meetings and there’s music and food free for everyone. People go there and spend months trying to recover from some disaster they faced. It’s a spiritual place with spiritual music. Let’s say it’s a shelter for everyone, by everyone I mean everyone. And in this shelter you get free food, bed and entertainments. Ah it is difficult to explain right, that’s why I need to meet some professors before shooting documentary and dedicate my time on research about history.
So this sort of music is famous from Durbars