First ever Pakistani film premiere in Saudi Arabia

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First Pakistani film’s premiere in Saudi Arabia

Just this April Saudi Arabia’s cinemas reopened after about 35 years. And it was Pakistan’s first film’s premiere in Saudia’s cinema.

The premiere of the film was held on Tuesday in Saudi city Riyadh at Riyadh Park, the mall cinema.

The Pakistani film “Parvaaz Hay Junoon” will be released in Saudia Arabia’s cinema houses during the next week.

According to a press release, the attendees were impressed by the film’s “fascinating visuals, picturesque beauty of Pakistan and engaging script which presented a perfect blend of action, thrill, romance, and patriotism.”

Moreover, film’s lead cast Hamza Ali, Hania Amir, Zartaj Gul, along with Kanwal Shazib was present there.  Also, along with the cast there were some V.I.P dignitaries including Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Culture and Information HE Dr. Awwad S Alawwad, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia in Pakistan HE Nawaf Saeed Bin Al Malkiy, Ambassador of Pakistan, Advisor to the Minister of Information Fahim Bin Hamed Al Khaled and Minister of State Zartaj Gul were also in attendance.

“Parwaaz hai Junoon” has already been a hit in Pakistan. It was directed by Haseeb Hassan and produced by Momina and Dareed films, written by Farhat Ishtiaq.

However, this is going to be the first Pakistani film which will be released in Saudi Arabia after lifting the ban on Cinemas Saudi cinemas.

So, if you’re a Pakistani residing in Saudi then you should definitly go and watch.

We wish them the best of luck!

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