The series has a collection of seven songs sung by some of the finest singers. Including Sukhwinder Singh, Vijay Prakash, Salman Ali among others.
Watch a story of untold valour in 1962: The War in the Hills. It is releasing exclusively for subscribers of Disney+ Hotstar VIP and Disney+ Hotstar Premium on 26th February.
After a series of cast reveals, the makers of 1962: The War In The Hills have released the original soundtrack from the show – ‘Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai’.
With music composed by Hitesh Modak, the heart-touching music video. It is an emotional narration of the many sacrifices of a soldier who sets off to serve his country without fearing for his own life.
Singers Vijay Prakash, Salman Ali and Hitesh Modak, with their soulful vocals. They have effortlessly weaved in multiple emotions associated with the story.
Lavraj has penned the lyrics which are an embodiment of true patriotism. The six other songs that play throughout the series. It is sung by some of the finest singers in India – Sukhwinder Singh, Vijay Prakash, Salman Ali, Shailey Bidwaikar and Shahjan Mujeeb among others.
Director of the series Mahesh Manjrekar said,
“1962: The War In The Hills is a very powerful story about bravery and valour; and we wanted an equally powerful soundtrack that brings out the true emotions of the story. Hitesh and everyone else have done a tremendous job at creating a musical marvel. Hum Shaan Se Jalne Nikle Hai has the power to move people and fill them up with pride.”
Hitesh Modak added,
“1962: The War in the Hills is an extraordinary tale of love, sacrifice and bravery. I wanted to bring out the intensity of these emotions through the different songs. The entire album is a diverse collection of tune. With each song signifying a different feeling – be it grief, happiness or honour. Working on this project has been a truly magical experience. I hope people are able to relate to the emotions strung in these melodies”
Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, the series features an ensemble cast including actor Abhay Deol, Mahie Gill, Akash Thosar, Sumeer Vyas and many others.
1962: The War In The Hills is inspired by true events that takes us back to November 1962. When an outnumbered troop of 125 Indian soldiers valiantly fought against 3000 Chinese. That is in an act of remarkable bravery and courage.