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Baba Sehgal’s Patriotic Rap, Learn More About How Jay-Ho! Guests Celebrated And Wished Their Fans

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On Independence Day, while traditional patriotic songs by legends like AR Rahman and Lata Mangeshkar move us with tears and a profound sense of pride and unity, rapper-singer Baba Sehgal chose a unique path to express his patriotism. Renowned for his quirky raps on various subjects, Baba Sehgal’s patriotic rap delivers a fresh and contemporary take on the spirit of freedom and love for the nation.

In his distinctive style, Baba Sehgal’s rap captures the essence of patriotism with lines:

“Hamari puri karne ke liye ummeed,
Border par jawaan ho jate hain shaheed,
khilta rahe phool hamare upwan ka,
Sina chauda kar muqabla karte hain dushman ka.”

His rap creatively blends pride with respect for the sacrifices made by the brave soldiers and the spirit of the Indian people.

Independence Day was celebrated in various forms by other notable personalities as well. Singer Shaan emphasized the importance of staying and contributing to India’s growth as he performed at the Vardi Ke Veer event. He urged fellow Indians to explore opportunities within the country, thereby shaping the destiny of the nation.

Alisha Chinai marked Independence Day in Vietnam, showcasing the global impact of Indian culture. She celebrated the day by captioning her post with her hit song “Made in India,” exemplifying the reach of Indian music across borders. Mentalist and magician Akshay Laxman shared a heartwarming video featuring fellow magicians singing in unison and showcasing tricks.

Singers Javed Ali, Akhil Sachdeva and Raghav Sachar paid their tribute through soul-stirring musical renditions. Akhil Sachdeva sang a reprised version of the heartfelt song “Teri Mitti,” while Raghav Sachar offered a melodious saxophone version of “Yeh Jo Desh Hai Mera” from the movie Swadesh. Javed Ali added his unique touch to the Independence Day celebrations by sharing a picture with the iconic song ‘Vande Mataram’ playing in the background. This rendition holds special significance as Javed Ali has reprised this beloved anthem originally sung by AR Rahman.

Each artist contributed their own special touch to the occasion.

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