Kashmir Indepth

Army organises Jashn-E-Hunar’

Srinagar, Oct 24 (KINS):  The Army Saturday said that it organised Jashn-E-Hunar’  in an effort to recognise ‘Sons of Soil’.
Army in a statement issued to news agency KINS said that “Jammu & Kashmir Light Infantry Regiment has a long history of recognising various Kashmiris from all walk’s of life. From Maqbool Sherwani to Sheikh Abdullah in 1947 to present day ‘Kashmir ke Sitare’.
“Today’s event of ‘Jashn-E-Hunar’ is an effort of the Regiment to recognise ‘Sons of Soil’. In today’s event, locals who have excelled in fine arts fields of Music, Painting and Movie making were felicitated” the statement reads.
“All the artists displayed their talents in an organized event. The evening started with a soulful redention of a sufiyana song by Farooq Umar Bhatt which was followed by a Kashmir Folk song by Saqib.
The ‘Jashn-E-Hunar’ gained Zenith (Parwan) with the light Classical Song of Junnaid who was the winner of the recently concluded ‘Kashmir Ke Sitare’ competition.
His performance was followed by the local sensation Waqar khan. Subsequently Waqar & Junaid belted out a duet. The musical evening was wrapped up by the young Rappers, Arsh, Rasik and Musaib” it said.
The musical segment was followed by introduction of Zameer, accomplished Painter from Baramulla, Who narrated his journey.
“This was followed by release of a Short Movie ‘Who Dies’ by Rufy Khan. In this silent nine minutes movie the director situates a dying militant and a soldier in the same room and leaves the audiences with the Question ‘WHO DIES’”.
“The evening was beautifully anchored by Tasleem Khan who later indulged in on stage conversation with all of the above and the judges of the recently concluded ‘Kashmir ke sitare’ viz  Gulzar Ah Ganie, Waheed Jeelani and  Sheik Yakoob. The programme ended with the felicitation of all the Fine art performers by the Commandant JAK LI Regimental Centre Brig Sumesh Seth, VSM,” the statement added.(KINS)

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