Vishal Dadlani hopes to help still-suffering workers with new song ‘Main Hoon Na Tera’

The song, ‘Main Hoon Na Tera’, put together by Vishal Dadlani with Penn Masala and lyricist Poojan Sahil, aims to generate contributions from across the globe for migrant workers

Vishal Dadlani hopes to help still-suffering workers with new song ‘Main Hoon Na Tera’
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As we know, COVID-19 has worsened the plight of many and among them the workers who migrated back to their villages from the cities are surely on the forefront. These workers are still suffering the aftermath of COVID-19 and the lockdown.

Noted music composer and singer Vishal Dadlani has once again taken the initiative to help these embattled and struggling workers. Along with well-known American-Desi Acapella group Penn Masala and lyricist Poojan Sahil, Vishal has put together a song for the migrant workers still struggling under the weight of debts accumulated during the lockdown. The song, Main Hoon Na Tera, aims to generate contributions from across the globe for them.

Vishal Dadlani shares, "The song is about the human connection between all of us. We know how difficult it has been for everyone in these times of crisis and especially for these workers who are among the most affected by this pandemic. The least we can do is try to help as much as we can. Also sharing their experience the American Acapella group Penn Masala state that, "First up, we're extremely happy that Vishal Dadlani has joined us to help raise contributions for this cause. His association has been a great source of inspiration to us. We are hopeful that we will be able to make a bigger difference with his help."


Throughout the pandemic, we have seen Vishal being actively involved in many such causes to help the dishoused, the hungry  as well as singers, local musicians and artists. The song 'Main Hoon Na Tera' is an extension of that philosophy. It has been released on August 29.

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