Shailendra Singh embarks on a road rally from Kanyakumari to Kashmir uniting all with an Anthem.
Shailendra Singh is a man of many facets - he is a director, author, film and music producer, sportsman and a philanthropist. He has always found success with his unique projects like Sunburn, percept and more.
Passion for nation
Shailendra is taking his passion for the country by embarking on a nationwide rally from bottom of the country, Kanyakumari to up north, Kashmir. The rally covers the length and breadth of India comprising of 7,170 kilometres touching 19 different cities and will roughly take around 18 days. The main mission of the journey is to spread the message of unity and love between Indians with his tune of the anthem One India My India. He has produced the anthem while Mithoon, Sukhwinder Singh and Jubin Nautiyal have crooned for the song. Singh will visit many cities like Kochi, Coimbatore Bengaluru, Mumbai and agricultural villages and off beat towns meeting the locals and unsung heroes from that particular region, spend time understanding their rich culture and share his diverse experience and their stories to the world by live streaming on Youtube and facebook.
The Mahatma connect
Shailendra began his journey on the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhiji and will be focussing on some of the significant sites related to the life and legacy of Mahatma Gandhi. One such magical event which takes place once every year on October 2nd at noon is when the sunlight hits Gandhiji's ashes at the Gandhi memorial in Kanyakumari. "We will visit his museum in Mumbai and Ahmedabad, the point where he started the Dandi march. In his Mann ji Bhat of 24 August, Prime Minister Modi encouraged each citizen to remember, visit and share the legacy of Gandhiji. I will be visiting these sites and share the whole thing live so that the entire world can be inspired by Gandhiji and the open-mindedness of this world's largest democracy." says Shailendra Singh.
Winning many hearts around the world, the Anthem4good has unified listeners in India and world over. Thrilled with the impact and response received from the people, Shailendra wants to celebrate his success with every Indian. "I created the anthem to remind us that regardless of religion, caste or creed, we are all Indians. I went to the streets of India across twenty-one cities to shoot the video for the anthem and now I am taking it right back there to the people, to spread more love" he signs off to carry on the journey on his Jeep Wrangler unlimited.