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Khamoshi – In Loving Memory of Mohsin Javed (1987-2010)
A song written and composed by Jasim Haider. Produced by Jonathan Jones. This time Jasim Haider is backed up by a powerful eastern classical vocalist and best friend, Mansoor Mujtaba. An emerging, classical, underground singer as well the owner /manager of the Islamabad’s most renowned restaurant, ‘Ye Olde Hangout’. Mansoor has learned the classical art from the disciple of the Pakistani legend, Mehdi Hasan. Together, Jasim’s blues and Mansoor’s classic virtuosity has blended for the very first time, in loving memory of Mohsin Javed. (1987-2010). He was one of the victims in the fatal drag race accident in Bahria Town, Islamabad.
A group of best friends since high school, including Jasim, Mansoor and Mohsin enjoyed their prime teenage years together in their blossoming youth. Every night spent, every inside joke shared, every single mischief during school life is cherished by all of them. Mohsin was the most caring, benevolent person with an incredible sense of humor. Everyday, Mohsin is remembered in our prayers, in our dreams and the utmost desire of his return never diminishes. He will always live in our hearts. However, ‘Khamoshi’ is not only a tribute to our dear friend but it is a song for the lost loved ones. The song commemorates the demise of someone who has played an enormous part in one’s life. Their absence leaves us incomplete, the silence is overwhelming, every day is not and never will be the same, ever again