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Ali Zafar pays musical tribute to Ali Sadpara

Renowned Singer and actor Ali Zafar has released a musical tribute “Tum Chalay Ao Paharon Ki Qasam” to Muhammad Ali known as Ali Sadpara, who went missing on 5 January during the expedition to K2 along with two foreign climbers, John Snorri from Iceland and JP Mohr Prieto from Chile.

Ali Sadpara is by far the only Pakistani who has climbed eight of the world’s fourteen highest mountains and made the first-ever winter ascent of the world’s ninth highest peak, Nanga Parbat. Rarely known in his lifetime, Ali Sadpara has become a national hero after his death.

His outstanding achievements are, Gasherbrum II in 2006, Nanga Parbat four times, GI in 2010, Broad Peak Fore summit in 2012, Broad Peak in 2017, K2 in 2018, and Lhotse Makalu and Manaslu in 2019.

Recently, Ali Zafar paid tribute to the high-altitude mountaineer, whose courage and spirit will forever be remembered by every Pakistani. His song, “Tum Chalay Ao Pahaaron Ki Qasam” easily gives one goosebump.

A statement released by Ali Zafar’s team says that this song is a tribute to the heroism and courage of Ali Sadpara. After hearing the news of Sadpara’s missing, Ali Zafar was utterly disturbed and released his version of the song that Sadpara was singing in one of his videos with his mates.

Ali Zafar also praised the unsung hero on his YouTube channel and said that no nation can thrive without recognizing and celebrating its heroes. Especially those dedicate their entire life and risk it to accomplish unprecedented feats for their country.

“This is the least I could do: sing for an unsung hero so that he is etched into our memories for as long as there is music.”

Ali Zafar said.

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