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‘London Nahi Jaunga’ the first Pakistani movie to release in Turkey

ISTANBUL (Online) – Irfan Malik advised to Andolu Agency on Saturday that he needs to launch his film ‘London Nahi Jaunga’ in Turkey as well.

Irfan Malik stated “My intention is to broadcast this film in Turkey with subtitles and dubbing. Thus, this film will be the first Pakistani film to be launched in Turkey.”

He additionally instructed to the organization that this is the 0.33 movie he shot in Turkey: a united states of america he views as his 2nd home.

“Turkey has brilliant technical services for filming and there is a giant TV enterprise in the country. They stated that there are 8,000 film theaters here. I would like my videos to be launched right here as well,” stated Malik. “TV collection from Turkey are proven on Pakistani televisions, however the Turkish videos are no longer proven in Pakistani cinemas. We goal to take steps in this regard to enhance the brotherhood and accurate family members between the two countries.”

Mehwish Hayat stated “We are capturing the film in a very stunning place. I am having a splendid time with the expert capturing team.” She additionally instructed that the crew has taking pictures film in Pakistan and the 2nd section they are capturing in the country.

Actor is presently in Istanbul the place she is taking pictures for her upcoming film, London Nahi Jaunga, with Humayun Saeed

She brought “I am having a superb time with the expert capturing team.”

As Turkish tv collection are very blissful in Pakistan. She brought “Turkish actors are very famous in Pakistan. I assume Turkey and Pakistan ought to work collectively in initiatives involving Turkish and Pakistani players.”

Some section of film additionally to be capturing in London and the different solid participants encompass Kubra Khan, Vasay Chaudhary, Sohail Ahmed and Gohar Rasheed.

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