Recently, Miss Universe Sushmita Sen, an actress from the other side, uploaded a video on social media with her cute little daughter. Sushmita Sen was driving the car while her little girl was enjoying Danyal Zafar’s song named “Udh Chaliye”. She posted a video from when she went for a drive with her daughter, Alisha in Mumbai. Danyal Zafar is a Pakistani singer, scriptwriter, and stand-up comedian. He is very talented and handsome. Now let’s talk about Danyal Zafar and Sushmita Sen.
The Liking Across the Borders
Many celebrities like Neha Kakar, Ekta Kapoor, Arjit Singh, and a lot more from our neighbouring country, India, have won our hearts and proved that “Art has no boundary”. Art can be a healthy initiative to bring peace among the people. Danyal Zafar and Sushmita Sen are now getting lots of prestige because Sushmita has uploaded a video of herself with her daughter on her Instagram page. She wrote on her Instagram, “The dancing lights, #The sea link looked so festive and beautiful! The breeze, the drive, the open skies, and Alisha’s favorite song on repeat!!! Thank you, Rohit Bhatkat for introducing us to this song”.
Danyal Zafar’s Response
Ali Zafar’s younger brother Danyal Zafar who is the singer of the song “Udh Chaliye” took notice of the Sushmita Sen’s video and said,
“OMG! What! No way! Couldn’t be happier knowing y’all vibing to the track and it made its way to add such a beautiful experience y’all seem to be having,” Danyal commented. “The drive, the breeze, and the open skies! This is exactly what I dream for the track to do and you made that dream come true. Thank you so much! Honored beyond what words can express!” He further added.
The Story Continues …
On which Sushmita replied, “The man himself! What a beautiful message, forever cherished jaan meri! Your voice… this song… and it all heart vibes! What a blessing to have the power to connect people and their dreams beyond geography! Masha Allah. Stay Wonderful!”
Danyal Zafar and Sushmita Sen interacted very cordially with each other. Their responses indicate that there is no boundary to the appraisal of talent.