Wednesday, 07 Jun, 1.22 am Deccan Chronicle

Hrishikesh Pandey takes Ho Halla Campaign to the next level with Hai Halla

Mumbai: Hrishikesh Pandey, the social filmmaker is the man behind 'Ho Halla' which was under the Swach Bharat Abhiyan. The song was penned down and the music was composed by Hrishikesh himself and popular Bollywood singer Shaan lend his voice for the song. The main aim of the song was to make the city of Indore the topmost city in terms of cleanliness. It got an overwhelming response from the people of Indore and the song became so popular that people started keeping the track as their caller tunes.

'Ho Halla' campaign inspired him to write another song 'Hai Halla' with an aim to keep Indore at number one by keeping it clean. Hai Halla song is written and composed by Hrishikesh and yet again Shaan and Payal Dev have given their voice. The lyrics are superb and the music is really beautiful.

The song has been launched today in Indore by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Mayor Malini Laxman Singh Gaud. There were also other prominent ministers and around 10,000 crowds who attended the launch event.

This is a vision that has come true for Hrishikesh and he is elated for the song. According to him through Hai Halla, his dream of making Indore a number one clean city has come into reality. He said, "I always had a dream of making Indore a clean city and I think with Hai Halla campaign I have fulfilled my dreams. The responses I got from the people of Indore have encouraged me to take the campaign forward and today I have succeeded."

Singer Shaan also spoke regarding the song, "I am happy to become a part of such great initiative and working with Hrishikesh for the second time is a pleasure for me. The lyrics Hrishikesh has used in the song are something everyone should apply in their lives. I personally follow those in my life."

This is the second song of Payal Dev with Hrishikesh and talking about the song, the singer said, "I am happy to be a part of such a social initiative taken by Hrishikesh for India specially Indore."

Hrishikesh has succeeded in making the people aware of cleanliness in the city and through the song Hai Halla the denizens of Indore will try and retain Indore as the cleanest city in India. As Ho Halla became popular among the masses, we wish Hai Halla, too sets a benchmark.

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