By Shweta Thakur
New Delhi, Feb 7 (IANS) The Indian music terrain is proving to be a huge draw for Pakistani bands, thanks to big money, fame and Bollywood prospects. And Indian listeners who find their music soul stirring are certainly not complaining.
When asked why he wants to perform here, budding Pakistani singer Adeel retorted: "Why not India?" He recently launched his album "Koi Chehra" in the national capital.
"Indian audiences have more understanding of music. The music industry is bigger and offers a lot of global exposure. Moreover, political upheaval in Pakistan is also one of the reasons that makes India a magnificent destination," Adeel told IANS.
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