As Pakistan’s Independence Day approaches, patriotic works of art tend to emerge and more often than not, they manage to evoke feelings of patriotism inside all of us. One such work of art is Markings KHUDI’s second Urdu title that has just been released in time for 14th August. After Choti Choti Khushiyaan comes Hum Nay Suna Hum Nay Dekha – Volume I.
Hum Nay Suna Hum Nay Dekha is a portfolio of pop art dedicated to the icons and pioneers of Pakistan’s radio and television broadcast industry as well as an ode to super hit film songs on the momentous occasion of Independence Day, particularly special as Pakistan is celebrating 70 years of birth.
The book contains images celebrating leading talk shows such Silver Jubilee by Anwar Maqsood, Sukhanwar by Parveen Shakir and the Zia Mohiuddin Show. It also pays homage to blockbuster films like Armaan, Pakeeza and Aina.
CEO Markings Kiran Aman shared her sentiments in a press statement: “This book is an exquisite homage to the pioneers and icons, who have enriched generations of hearts and homes. Hum Nay Suna Hum Nay Dekha retraces the cinematic and broadcast stories and songs that have shaped and carried us through our youth.”