Pakistani film “Talash” was featured in the United Nations


Pakistani film “Talash” was featured in the United Nations

Pakistani film “Talash” was featured in the United Nations! The Pakistani film “Talash” has been honored during a special screening at the United Nations, with the film being awarded the first Pakistani film to be screened in the United States.

Special screening held at the UN Chamber of Economics and Social Council, New York organized by the UN Pakistan Club on the occasion of the 30th Annual Convention on the Rights of the Child in the United Nations, apart from the Pakistani ambassador to the world Munir Akram Ambassadors from several countries, officials from the World Health Organization, Pakistani Consul General Aisha Ali and the monitoring teams in New York attended the special.

Pakistani film “Talash” for malnutrition and its effects on children has gained global attention due to its serious subject matter and fascinating story. The film, released in collaboration with Sheikh Amjad Rashid, chairman of the Distribution Club and the Pakistan Film Producers Association, has garnered serious circles in Pakistan as well, However, the film has now received the honor of being the first Pakistani movie to be screened in the United Nations.

Film director Zeeshan Khan (ZK) thanked the organizers for the selection of Pakistani film on the UN platform. Directed by Zeeshan Khan, the lead role in ‘Talash’ is played by Faria Hassan, Ahmad Zeb, and Noman Sami, while the other cast includes Mustafa Qureshi, Adnan Shah Tipu, Saleem Miraj, Mumtaz Kanwal, and Hamira Banu.

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