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Actor Hamza Ali Abbasi, playing a lead role in upcoming movie Parwaz Hai Junoon in his latest interview said that the movie is not trying to show a positive image of Pakistan but rather the real image of Pakistan.
The cast and crew in the same interview stated that ‘Parwaz Hai Junoon’ is a family-oriented movie. They urged the people to visit the cinemas and watch the film with their families.
“It is a fact that the Pakistani Air Force is one of the few in the world to have the highest ratio of female combat pilots. It is the only Air Force in the Muslim world which has female combat pilots,” adds Abbasi. “We are not trying to portray the positive image of Pakistan but we are trying to portray the real image of Pakistan. We want to show the language, landscape, culture and beauty of Pakistan.”
“The best part of this film is that we are not against any country,” mentions Abbasi. “We are focusing on the bigger war that Pakistan is part of. We feel that the world does not recognize us for what we truly are. The world is a safer place literally thanks to Pakistan”, added Hamza Ali Abbasi.
“We want other governments to understand that we are not the perpetrators of war, in fact, we are the victims and we are the main force which has defeated global terrorism and we want the world to recognize that”, stated Hamza Ali Abbasi.
“Any Pakistani will be proud of this film and we want all the Pakistanis to think about the sacrifices that the Air Force has made in this war against terror. If you are not a Pakistani and you watch the film then I hope many misconceptions about our country will be cleared,” adds Abbasi.
“We would wake up really early and have breakfast with the cadets. We would do the daily drills along with them. From -21 degrees to +40 degrees, we have worked really hard with them at various temperatures. I spent a lot of time with the officers and the cadets, therefore I could respect the uniform that we wore much more,” says Aamir.
“Parwaz Hai Junoon’ would be the debut movie for Pakistan’s Air Force. Pakistan Armed Forces already enjoy their representation in movies like ‘Yalghar’ and ‘Waar’ while Naval Forces of Pakistan currently lacks such media representation.
As the movie is slated to release on Eid-ul-Adha, the production company has beefed up the promotional activities. The lead casts include Hamza Ali Abbasi, Hania Amir, Kubra Khan, Ahad Raza Mir and Shaz Khan.