I'ts indeed true that music knows no boundaries and so did both Pakistani bands Strings and Fuzion never realised that they were not only creating waves of their success not just in Pakistan but it also extended to India.

By Aarti Saunal (Contributor)

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Published: Mon 7 Jun 2004, 3:08 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 12:47 AM

The peace process between India and Pakistan will soon get a boost with another video from Fuzion starring Urmila Matondkar called Deewane going on air shortly in India. With launch of their new album Dhani the Pakistan's popular Strings band have now decided to woo the female fans.

On their recent trip to Dubai for the Lux Style Awards in an exclusive chat with City Times both bands agreed that the efforts they have taken in order to establish the pop music culture is now paying off with accolades coming from fans world over. After tasting the success of Durr, strings was all geared to make another mark with Dhani which is a complete female oriented video. The two-boy strings band informs that the Dhani is in a way sequel to their earlier video Durr. Faisal of Strings informs that the video was launched six months ago in Pakistan and in India the video was released in month of May 2004. The response in both the countries has been remarkable.

On other hand Fuzion another leading band is all geared to create its mark in India. With launch of their album Sagar, Deewane which stars Bollywood actress Urmila Matondkar. The band is also working on music for the noted movie Hyderabad Blues- Part-II.

It may be recalled the Hyderabad Blues - I was a successful film in India and abroad. The latest addition to Fuzion's collection are two brand new albums Khamaj and Tere Bina. The three-men band Fuzion's spokesperson Shallum, said: "Pakistan does have tremendous talent, however lack of opportunities have suppressed many. We have been fighting against all odds to give the pop music industry the importance it rightfully deserves."

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