By: |Syed Tazmeen Javed|
Today marks the 767 death anniversary of sufi saint Lal Shehbaz Qalander— Syed Muhammad Usman Marwandi. The devoted people from across the country visit his shrine in Sehwan (Sindh) to pay homage and seek blessings.
However, artists and directors take this opportunity to showcase their hidden talent and picturize incredible scenes from their camera.
One such example is Ali Arman Baltistani. He is the head of TNA production directing and giving opportunities to reciters to perform and contribute in spreading the message of peace and love. For the last 4 to 5 months, Arman has been busy in creating videos of emerging talents along with featuring renowned artists Rajab Ali Khan and Sherry.
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But with the arrival of Lal Shehbaz Qalander urs, Arman did not disappoint once again and captured breath-taking images of love, passion, craziness and gave a message of unity these saints gave while sacrificing their ego and disseminating the selfless message.
The documentary released by TNA will leave you in awe. However, if the voiceover was incorporated in the video, it would have been more treat to watch.
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Moreover, his work with Rajab Ali Khan and Sherry and his own concept of ‘Mai Nokar, Ali Aala are gaining critical appreciation from the public.
In our country where there is so much rift, chaos and leg pulling, let us avail the chance to acknowledge our unsung heroes who are contributing from behind the scenes for the betterment of our country and religion. Arman is one of them.
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