India and Pakistan are divided at the borders but are united through Music. Just like Pakistani actors work in Bollywood, Indian artists too contribute to the fast growing Pakistani Film industry.

Acclaimed singer Ankit Tiwari and Rekha Bharadwaj are the latest, whose voice will cross borders. The numbers crooned by them will feature in a Pakistani film titled Bin Roye directed by acclaimed filmmaker Momina Duraid.

The film starring popular Pakistani actress Mahira Khan and Humayun Saeed is an emotional love story which has been anxiously awaited by the audience. Slated to be released on Eid, the film will also see Pakistani actress Zeba Bakhtiar, who once appeared in Indian film Heena.

Mahira Khan got famous with the TV show Humsafar, in which she was seen opposite Fawad Khan. The makers of Bin Roye also plan to make a TV series titled Bin Roye Ansoo, which is based on a novel by Farhat Ishtiaq. Chan Chariya, recorded by Rekha Bharadwaj and composed by Shani Arshad is already catching the attention of the audience. Ankit who shot to fame with Tu Hai Ki Nahi from Ashiqui 2 will sing another soulful number O Yara composed by Waqar Ali.

The film has myriad of golden voices as queen of Sufi music Parveen and Zeb Bangash will give a golden track Maula Maula while the key track Teray Bina Jeena by Ustaad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan will be an added attraction.

Wife of acclaimed filmmaker Vishal Bharadwaj, Rekha has sung popular numbers like Namak Ishq Ka, Ghaghra from Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani and Sasural Genda Phool from Dilli 6 is already a hit in Pakistan.

Ankit was pleasantly surprised when the song was offered to him. It was the first time that he had interacted with a team of Pakistani artists and amused with the way the music recording took place. The Kanpur boy well known for giving innovative spin in his song with his unique voice is hopeful that his song will be a hit in Pakistan too.

Wakar Ali, music director of Bin Roye met Ankit two weeks back and offered the song. He recorded the song in less than two days and was equally happy to see the response of the team. Recently, when the grand music release took place in Pakistan, Ankit was surprised to see the hype associated with the film.