Divided By Boundaries, United by Coke Studio

Divided By Boundaries, United by Coke Studio

The Pakistani version Coke Studio has garnered praises even from its Indian listeners. It might be the only thing that helps in nullifying all the differences between the neighbors and bringing them closer all because of their love for music.

Pakistan may not have a flourishing independent music scene as such compared to the alternative music circuit India is producing, but their version of Coke Studio started without the presence of any looming 'Bollywood like' giant.

And as long as Bollywood continues to be the showrunner in India’s music industry, Pakistan will be marked as the Coke Studio that’s always been much more memorable.

With each new season, Coke Studio has introduced us to some seriously remarkable talents: Momina Mustehsan, Gul Panra, Nirmal Roy, Kashif Ali, Sara Haider, Mehwish Hayat, Mohsin Abbas and more.

No doubt coke studio Pakistan provides a fresh feel as It incorporates the best musicians and blends them with not only the new, upcoming talent but also with experienced and polished vocalists.

On the other hand many viewers complain that the Indian counterpart is heavily influenced by Bollywood which brings about a certain monotony to the entire playlist.

There's no doubt that Coke Studio Pakistan has always been the talking point in India. But, the comment section just reinstates our faith that music really knows no bounds.

Below you can check out some of the Greatest Hits of Coke Studio Pakistan 

*Coke Studio Pakistan set to launch its 11th season in July

What do you think makes Pakistani COKE STUDIO better than the Indian one? Are there any particular COKE STUDIO India songs that you enjoy? Let us know in the comments below!

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