It’s a given that senior movie producer Syed Noor reestablished some respect to Pakistani film when it was diving to profundities of remarkableness during the 90s. Presently, the Deewane Tere Pyar Ke executive is back in real life with another transnational undertaking that endeavors to tie the common social legacy of Iran and Pakistan.
In an interview Syed Noor get into selective discussion to get familiar with this promising film. He said: “The movie will be a cross-generational family show, which will mirror the filmmaking styles of both Iran and Pakistan”. “The task will be a co-creation with our western neighbor, with equivalent amounts of shooting to be done in both the nations. A few scenes will be canned in Turkey also.”
We pondered what precisely pulled in Mr Noor, a standout amongst Pakistan’s most experienced filmmaking hands, towards this undertaking. “I have dependably been an enormous enthusiast of Iranian film,” he said. “I was welcomed as of late by the Fajr International Film Festival, where I was a piece of the jury. At the point when the word got around that I was nearby, a few film makers connected with me. Afterward, one of the makers with whom I talked about this venture, alongside an Iranian on-screen character chose to hold a question and answer session in Lahore where I formally reported the film.”