An expression of Love for India & tribute to Corona Warriors for PM Cares by Indian Singers Rights Association (ISRA)

With the blessings of Shri Lata Mangeshkar ji, 100 singers from ISRA will come together in One Nation One Voice – an anthem dedicated to corona warriors and in aid of PM Cares. One Nation One Voice is an acapella rendition by 100 artists in 14 languages and is the largest anthem platform ever.

Commenting on the initiative legendary singer Shri Asha Bhosle stated “Singers are artists who have always expressed numerous feelings of the masses in several musical ways. Thus, on this occasion when all of us are fighting against Corona as One Nation ably led by our Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, we 100 Singers of the Country under ISRA decided express out love for the nation and dedicate this Song as One Voice.”

She further added, “The anthem will be dedicated nation by Lata Mangeshkar ji on behalf of ISRA on 3rd May 2020.”

Never before has a galaxy of artists as large has come together for a cause. Singing in 14 different languages are legendry singers Asha Bhosle, Anup Jalota, Alka Yagnik, Hariharan, Kailash Kher, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Kumar Sanu, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Mano, Pankaj Udhas, S. P. Balasubramanian, Shaan, Sonu Nigam, Sudhesh Bhosle , Suresh Wadkar , Shailendra Singh, Srinivas, Talat Aziz, Udit Narayan, Shankar Mahadevan , Jasbir Jassi and 80 more artists. Thanking the singers for their contribution Mr. Sanjay Tandon, CEO of ISRA said “One Nation One Voice in aid of PM Cares is a dedication from ISRA where 100 artists pay tribute to all the people in the forefront of the battle against the Corona Virus and all the people at home who have supported the lockdown”

The song will be released across over 100 platforms on 3rd May -these include TV, Radio, Social Media, Applications, OTT, VOD, ISP, DTH and CRBT. “One Nation One voice not just an anthem it’s a National movement – we have over 100 broadcast, social, amplification and tech platforms supporting the launch” said Mr. Sukrit Singh of XP&D BeLive.

The anthem is the brainchild of Sonu Nigam, Srinivas and Sanjay Tandon. Speaking of the inspiration for the anthem, the multi-talented Sonu Nigam said “This is a collective tribute to the mammoth struggle and effort our Government and the entire medical and health workers are putting together in these times of global crisis. 100 singers coming together from different corners of India, is an unprecedented show of solidarity and love.”

Talking of their collaboration Srinivas commented “As artistes, it is our time to contribute in our own humble way. ISRA being the treasure house of singers in this country, we embark on a song with 100 voices and nothing else, to stir the nation’s heart and re affirm our solidarity. A hundred voices sing in unison for the nation.”

What makes the anthem even more appealing is that every artist has recorded from home, during this lockdown. Manish Baradia, Creative Director of Moving Pixels says “Working with home recording of audio and video is a beautiful challenge. There is a certain sincerity and effort that comes through that no packaging can match. The end result is inspiring. The anthem is composed for the digital age and can be enjoyed on TV, Radio, Devices and Caller Ring Tones.”

The song is in 14 languages which include • Hindi • Bengali • Marathi • Gujrati • Tamil • Telugu • Kannada • Malayalam • Bhojpuri • Assamese • Kashmiri • Sindhi • Rajasthani • Odiya

The artists who have contributed to the video include –

  1. Asha Bhosle

  2. Anup Jalota

  3. Alka Yagnik

  4. Hariharan

  5. Kailash Kher

  6. Kavita Krishnamurthy

  7. Kumar Sanu

  8. Mahalakshmi Iyer

  9. Mano

  10. Pankaj Udhas

  11. S. P. Balasubrahmanyam

  12. Shaan

  13. Sonu Nigam

  14. Shailendra Singh

  15. Sudesh Bhosle

  16. Suresh Wadkar

  17. Srinivas

  18. Talat Aziz

  19. Udit Narayan

  20. Aalap Raju

  21. Abhijeet Bhattacharya

  22. Amit Kumar Ganguly

  23. Ananthu

  24. Anitha Karthikeyan

  25. Anuradha Paudwal

  26. Aravind Venugopal

  27. Ashit Desai

  28. B K Sumitra

  29. Blaaze

  30. Devan Ekambaram

  31. G. Venugopal

  32. Ganga Sitharasu

  33. Ghanshyam Vaswani

  34. Gopika Poornima

  35. Haricharan

  36. Harini

  37. Harish Raghavendra

  38. Hemambika

  39. Janaki Iyer

  40. Jasbir Jassi

  41. K. S. Chithra

  42. Karpagam

  43. Karthik

  44. Keerti Sagathia

  45. Krishna Beura

  46. Krishnachandran

  47. M Amruta

  48. M Manasi

  49. M. G. Sreekumar

  50. Mahati

  51. Mallikarjun

  52. Mame Khan

  53. Megha

  54. MK Balaji

  55. Monissha M M

  56. Mukesh

  57. Naresh Iyer

  58. Naveen Madhav

  59. P. Unnikrishnan

  60. Pappon

  61. Pravin Saivi

  62. Priya Himesh

  63. Priya Prakash

  64. Rahul Nambiar

  65. Ramya NSK

  66. Ranina Reddy

  67. Ranjith

  68. Reshmi

  69. Richa Sharma

  70. Roshni

  71. S. J. Janani

  72. S. P. B. Charan

  73. S. P. Sailaja

  74. Saapna Mukherjee

  75. Saandip Backchu

  76. Saindhavi

  77. Sangeetha Rajeswaran

  78. Sathyaprakash

  79. Shamita Malnaad

  80. Shankar Mahadevan

  81. Sharanya Srinivas

  82. Shweta Mohan

  83. Sowmya Raoh

  84. Sri Vardhini

  85. Srikanth Deva

  86. Sucharitha

  87. Suchith

  88. Sujatha

  89. Surmukhi

  90. T. L. Mahalingam

  91. Tippu

  92. Usha Uthup

  93. Uthara Unnikrishnan

  94. Vandana Srinivasan

  95. Veeramanidasan

  96. Venu Srirangam

  97. Vijay Prakash

  98. Vijay Yesudas

  99. Vinitha

  100. VV Prasanna

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