Sab Keh Do Song by Zong

Like past two years, this April 17th Zong is celebrating its third anniversary by celebrating “Sab Keh Do” day, throughout the country.

On the occasion, Zong has come up with “Sab Keh Do” song sung by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, which is already making rounds over the facebook, youtube and other segments of the web.

Song is soft in melody and inspiring in nature. Theme of song is based on a veteran cricket player who visits his hometown after a long. Story line demos the way he started cricket, struggled during the while until he achieved what he had dreamt for, as a kid.

On a side note, Zong’s “Sab Keh Do” slogan looks more like a softer version of Telenor’s “Khamoshi ka Boycott”. Zong is apparently asking the nation to speak up, but with gentle and delicate tone.


  • Omar

    LMAO, you were sleeping when you wrote this post. It should be April not March :d

  • Post4Earn

    Nice but Old song

  • Zong never give any offer to its customers on his anniversary they always release a song what would be the reason.? but i must say songs are great.

  • hamza

    great song loved it

  • Good point said about telenor khamoshi ka boycott.

  • Aaliya Jamal

    song is gud but i guess sab keh do slogan is being conveyed way before Kamoshi ka boycott thing

  • Khurram

    No NO Gentlemen you are mistaken – The lovely song Baat Kehtay Raho……….. is originally over a year old song from Zong. Its rhythm is same but now with same change in lyrics. Telenor Khamoshi ka Boycot is only 2011 Slogan. If you have any doubt go to YOUTUBE and listen to the original song and you may get the original date of release.

  • Khurram

    NO NO Gentlemen you are mistaken – The lovely song Baat Kehtay Raho……….. is originally over a year old song from Zong. Its rhythm is same but now with some changes in lyrics. Telenor Khamoshi ka Boycot is only 2011 Slogan. If you have any doubt go to YOUTUBE and listen to the original song and you may get the original date of release.

    (The text of my previous comments has some mistaken and now corrected – sorry for inconvenience).

  • Ali

    Hey genius, just so you know Zong’s tagline was there 3 years before Telenor’s pseudo ‘ Khamooshi ki baqwas’. Get your facts straight.