After having loved a variety of Turkish dramas, Pakistani audiences have now been entranced by Turkish cinema within the nation’s theaters.
Virtually 45 film theaters screened the primary Turkish movie Miracle in Cell no. 7 which has been launched on Friday (immediately) underneath the banner of HKC leisure.
Hammad Chahuhdary, CEO of media firm HKC leisure stated: “I was really moved by the movie when I saw this for the first time and planned to release it nationwide so our people can see how much efforts are being done in the film industry in other countries. Everything related to Turkey gets very positive feedback from Pakistan and there is no better way to start this journey again than with the release of Miracle in Cell no. 7.”
Chairman of the Pakistan Movie Distributors Affiliation Ejaz Kamran considers the screening of Turkish motion pictures important for the survival of the Pakistani cinema business.
“We have been demanding these developments for four years, the ban of Bollywood movies left a huge void in business, and we are getting a very positive response from the audience. When Turkish dramas [TV series] like Mera Sultan and Ishq e Mamnu are so famous with Pakistani audiences, then why not the movies? The film has the capacity to drag the viewers to the cinemas due to strong script and top-notch cinematography,” he instructed Anadolu Company.
Over the last go to of President Erdogan in February 2020, Turkish and Pakistani officers signed 13 memoranda of understanding, together with an settlement for cooperation between the state-owned Turkish Radio and Tv Company (TRT) and Pakistan Tv (PTV) and Radio Pakistan.
Chairman of Pakistan’s Movie Exhibitors Affiliation Zoraiz Lashari stated Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan had mentioned the opportunity of joint media ventures with Turkey on a number of events.
“The Pakistani film industry can learn and even also seek help from the Turkish film industry in many departments. The quality content and brotherly bond between these two countries can help us in boosting the economy through the media and movie industry,” he stated.
In Miracle in Cell no. 7, Director Mehmet Ada Oztekin has proven the story of a mentally impaired father who will get wrongfully imprisoned for the homicide of a kid. The authorities put him underneath most safety in cell quantity seven. After confiding in fellow inmates, he will get the prospect to see his daughter. The forged consists of massive names of the Turkish movie business similar to Aras Bulut Iynemli, Nisa Sofiya Aksongur and Deniz Baysal.
“This movie is the need of the hour, this is a time where we have to understand that if some people are mentally weak, it doesn’t mean that they will harm us. It is our responsibility to become its strength. The relationship between a father and a daughter is beautifully explained throughout the movie,” stated Mariam Ali, a pupil, leaving the cinema with teary eyes.
That is the second Turkish film that’s being launched in Pakistan after the discharge of “Mohabbat Ek Ittifaq” in 2014. That was launched in restricted cinemas as a pilot mission.
Miracle in Cell no. 7 is a remake of a Korean movie launched final 12 months in October with the identical title. It additionally had a premier in Karachi final week and may be seen in theaters throughout Pakistan.