After Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan and Ranbir Kapoor, now Aishwarya Rai recently shot for a special song ‘Tu Desh Mera’ dedicated to the soldiers who lost their lives during the Pulwama attack.
On Saturday, Happy Productions India took to Twitter to share a photo of Aishwarya Rai filming the song. The actor was seen saluting as she faced the camera for the track.
Aishwarya Rai shoots for a tribute song
Happy Productions India tweeted, “#AishwaryaRaiBachchan recently shot for the Tribute Song for the Martyrs of #Pulwama For which @SrBachchan @aamir_khan #RanbirKapoor @TheAaryanKartik etc have already shot. A Joint Initiative of @HAPPYPRODINDIA and @crpfindia.”
— Happy Productions India (@HAPPYPRODINDIA) May 31, 2019
According to reports, aound 14 actors have been approached to shoot for the song.
In April this year, CRPF’s Twitter handle had shared pictures of Amitabh, Ranbir and Aamir recording of the song. Sharing pictures, the organisation had written: “Commendable work has been done by @SrBachchan, @aamir_khan and #RanbirKapoor for the tribute song #TuDeshMera dedicated to the Martyrs of Pulwama. We would like to thank you all for showing your support towards the Martyrs.”
We would like to thank you all for showing your support towards the Martyrs. pic.twitter.com/sw6MpDP05b
— 🇮🇳CRPF🇮🇳 (@crpfindia) April 18, 2019
Talking about getting Aishwarya on board, Abhishek Mishra, MD, Happy Productions India, told Times Of India, “We are really happy to share that along with other major Bollywood stars, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has also supported and recently shot with us and will be featuring in the song ‘Tu Desh Mera’, which is a tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama.”
On February 14, at least 40 CRPF jawans were killed, when a car loaded with over 200 kg of explosives reportedly rammed into a CRPF bus on the Srinagar-Jammu highway in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Post the attack, celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Diljit Dosanjh, Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan among others had lend financial support to the kin of the soldiers who had passed away during the attack.