Movie to pay tributes to LEA men

June 7, 2015 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Pervaiz Kaleem, a well known Pakistani film director, producer and writer, said on Monday that youth is the best asset of our nation and they could be molded in any form.

Focusing particularly on the youth related to media studies, who are willing to join the film industry, he said they should start their careers following the footsteps of their seniors.

He was addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club regarding promotion of his upcoming movie, “Hum Panch” a film to present tributes to law enforcement agencies who are fighting for peace and facing criminal elements and their threats especially in Karachi.

Kaleem said Pakistan film industry is still without modern facilities and technology even in this digital era. He said about 20 films are being made in Pakistan presently. He said Pakistani film industry has started to present some films which can compete in the international market.

Film producer Malik Yaqoob said the objective of making this film is pay rich tributes to our heroes who have sacrificed their lives for maintaining peace in Karachi.