Aditya Narayan, Monali Thakur and Raghu Dixit collaborate for the cover of ‘Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai’ from upcoming series 1962: The War In The Hills

13 . Feb . 2021
Reading Time: 2 minutes

Aditya Narayan, Monali Thakur and Raghu Dixit – three of India’s most talented singers have come together for a powerful cover of ‘Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai’. The soulful original soundtrack from upcoming series 1962: The War In The Hills has managed to touch the hearts of millions with its narrative of the many sacrifices of a soldier. The all-new cover is an equally emotional and impactful rendition of the song that will evoke a multitude of emotions to its listeners.

Singer Aditya Narayan said, “The first time that I heard the original soundtrack of 1962: The War in the Hills, I couldn’t stop humming it. ‘Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai’ is such a powerful song – it instills a sense of pride. To give the track an all new life has been extremely gratifying, and I hope our cover touches the listeners as much as the original song.”

Singer Monali Thakur said, “For eons, music has played an important role in evoking feelings of patriotism, loyalty and devotion. This song, if you pay close attention, has a strong narrative of a soldier going to war. Collaborating with Raghu and Aditya has been an absolute pleasure”

Singer Raghu Dixit said, “A good song has the power to move its listeners, and ‘Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai’ does just that! It is such a touching track that evokes immense pride and respect for the nation and those who protect it. I am very glad to have lent my voice for the rendition of this song”

Singers Vijay Prakash, Salman Ali and Hitesh Modak have lent their voices for the original track composed by Hitesh Modak. Lavraj has penned the lyrics which are an embodiment of true patriotism. Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, the series features an ensemble cast including actor Abhay Deol, Mahie Gill, Akash Thosar, Annup Sonii, Sumeet Vyas, Rohan Gandotra and many others. 1962: The War In The Hills is inspired by true events that take us back to November 1962 when an outnumbered troop of 125 Indian soldiers valiantly fought against 3000 Chinese in an act of remarkable bravery and courage.

Link: