Exclusive: Amazon Prime Video (India) creates a 'Guinness World Record' with 'The Forgotten Army'

A total of 1,034 musicians of LIVE 1000 performed 3 songs from Amazon Prime Video's (India) web series 'The Forgotten Army' directed by Kabir Khan. They created a Guinness World Record for being the biggest ensemble of LIVE musicians ever.


In a recently held event by Amazon Prime Video, the team at the OTT platform along with LIVE 1000, Kabir Khan and his team of 'The Forgotten Army' paid tribute to the unsung heroes of the 'Azad Hind Fauj.'

While the LIVE 1000 band was mesmerizing and gave goosebumps to many, the team (little did they know) created a 'Guinness World Record' for being the biggest team of musicians to perform LIVE ever.

Around 1034 musicians performed three songs of the new show, The Forgotten Army, and broke the previous record which was set by a group of 900+ musicians. Together, Amazon Prime Video, LIVE 1000 and the team of 'The Forgotten Army' celebrated this achievement.

Present at the musical evening were Gaurav Gandhi, Aparna Purohit (Head - Amazon Originals), musician Pritam, director of the show Kabir Khan and the cast - Sunny Kaushal, Sharvari Wagh, Rohit Bharadwaj, and TJ Bhanu.

The web series on Azad Hind Fauj was streamed on January 24, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video and the music of the show is given by Pritam.

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