Indus Valley International Film Festival may help to improve Indo-Pak relations
The Indus Valley International Film Festival is good to go to be held in New Delhi, India on February 25, 2019. The celebration has for quite some time been held in high respect because of its capacity to enhance Indo-Pak relations. Film identities from the two nations are looking for open doors for the celebration.
Around 12 Pakistani movies will be screened amid the event which will likewise observe various dialogs and film sessions. Prestigious neighborhood identities including Hamayun Saeed, Nadeem Beyg, Ali Zafar, Mahira Khan, Nabeel Qureshi, and Fizza Ali Meerza among others are relied upon to visit. The cast and group of the 12 movies will likewise be available.
It is appropriate to specify here that the celebration was at first booked to be held in November 2018 and was put off for January 13, 2019. It was deferred by and by and rescheduled for February this year.
The organization declared its last date and as per them, it will be seven days in length celebration. Arrangements have been going all out for some time now. The function is being masterminded by the South Asian Forum for Art and Creative Heritage (SAFACH) and movies from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and others will be shown.
Albeit Pakistani film makers and showbiz identities have not yet declared the subtleties of their cooperation in the celebration, the occasion’s authentic site indicates Pakistani insiders on the rundown.
Pakistani films scheduled for screening are Punjab Nahi Jaungi, Na Maloom Afraad, Na Maloom Afraad 2, Jawani Phir Nahi Aani, Jawani Phir Nahi Aani 2, Ho Mann Jahaan, Dobara Phir Se, Saat Din Mohabbat In, Actor in Law, Moor, Motorcycle Girl and Teefa in Trouble.
“None of the showbiz personalities have applied for their visas yet, but the festival’s administration team has been in touch with us and the insiders in this regard,” an official organiser, seeking anonymity, shared
“Even though Mahira Khan is busy with PSL (as she is the brand ambassador for Peshawar Zalmi), she will most probably be attending the festival. The organizers are trying to convince her to join the event for even just one day as her participation is of utmost significance. However, she has not yet confirmed her attendance.”
The source proceeded to express that the celebration is vital for the two nations as there are some filmmakers in India that are beginning new film undertakings and they need to cast Pakistani performers in their movies. Along these lines, amid the celebration, gatherings, and arrangements will be held among them.
“As well as Pakistani producers, renowned Indian film producers were also sent official invitations for the event. We expect the festival to receive a positive response and hope that it betters the relationship between India and Pakistan.”