Ali Hamza's new song about inclusion is just what we need to hear on World Down Syndrome Day

Updated 22 Mar, 2017 11:13am

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Titled 'Ao Humaray Saath Chalo', the song is an initiative by Karachi Down Syndrome Program (KDSP)

In his latest song 'Ao Humaray Saath Chalo', Ali Hamza shares a much-needed message of inclusion that speaks particularly to people affected by Down Syndrome.

The song, sung by Ali Hamza and written by Zehra Nigah, stresses on the importance of accepting and celebrating our differences, be they based on ability, gender, caste or creed.

The video also features several celebrities including Bushra Ansari, Sarwat Gilani, Javed Sheikh, Ahsan Khan, Momal Sheikh, Anoushey Ashraf and Sheema Kirmani.

The music video has been directed by Amaan Ahmed and styling has been done by Ehtesham Ansari.

The song and music video is an initiative of the Karachi Down Syndrome Program (KDSP), a non-profit initiative based in Karachi that deals with information, networking, and advocacy for and about Down syndrome, by people with Down syndrome and their families, educators, health care professionals, and the community-at-large.