Imran Abbas film Abdullah to be screened at the Cannes Film Festival

Posted on Jun 20 2015 - 2:50pm by Munaza

Are you a fan of Imran Abbas? If it is so then here is a good and very nice news for you. Abdullah: The final witness, a movie of Imran Abbas is going to be screened at the Cannes Film Festival.

Imran Abbas movie Abdullah

Abdullah: The Final Witness is written, produced and directed by Fiction writer & novelist from Balochistan Hashim Nadeem. He has penned many novels and drama series during his career. The best drama is ‘Khuda aur Muhabbat’ which starred Imran Abbas Naqvi and Saadia Khan. The two celebs have been shortlisted for screening at the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival. Hashim Nadeem is the write of more than 30 tale movies, and over 10 drama series. He has gotten international reputation due to his acclaim of novels named ”Khuda aur Mohabbat’ and ‘’Bachpan ka December’.

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A little about the movie of Imran Abbas

The celebrities of Imran Abbas movie Abdullah are Hameed Sheikh, Sajid Hasan, Imran Abbas Naqvi and Saadia Khan. The story of this particular movie is based on one of the incidents that had taken place in Quetta on May 17, 2011.

The incident I am talking about is titled as ‘Kharotabad’. This is the same incident that had involved mass killing of many innocent people, including five Russians and tajiks who had come to Pakistan. These were men and women of the Kharotabad check post and their lives were taken by Frontier Constabulary (FC) who was of the view that these individuals were terrorists and had come to damage our beloved country Pakistan.

In this movie, the same incident has been well captured, giving the movie an incredible and marvelous look. It was captured by one of the journalists who presented the footage on the Media channels and gave reports that the five individuals were not terrorists but they were all innocent.

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