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Chand Roz Ki Baat Hai Yaron’: Bobby Deol recites poem for COVID-19 workers 

Bobby's younger song, Dharam Deol, has filmed the video

Published: 04th May 2020

Bobby Deol has paid tribute to COVID-19 workers in a music video where he's recited a poem - Chand Roz Ki Baat Hai Yaron - for the first time. Written by Sanjay Masoomm, the two-minute recital was completely shot at home. Bobby's younger song, Dharam Deol, has filmed the video.

Bobby shares, “When Sanjay told me about this poem, I was taken in by the simplicity of his expression of gratitude towards the COVID warriors. I resonated with it. It makes me very happy to be associated with this positivity, and I appreciate the way this situation has made us all join hands and come together.”

He adds, “Who knew that social distancing could bring people together, with all of us checking up on one another and being there for people emotionally, if not in person.”

Sanjay Masoomm who conceptualised the video shares, "Chand Roz Ki Baat Hai Yaron is just our way of showing respect and lending hope and encouragement to all these Covid warriors who are working day and night to keep us safe, while we stay locked inside our houses. This time of crisis also highlights our biggest strength - unity in diversity - and it was important to underline it. When I wrote the lines, I wanted someone whose voice will add weight to them. I have worked with Bobby Deol in several films and I know he's not only got a powerful voice, but also a heart of gold.” 

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