WASHINGTON – Pakistani actress and director Reema Khan has appealed to India’s new government to allow the release of Pakistani films in that country, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported.
Khan, 43, said the move would contribute to exchange of cultures and development of film industries in the two countries.
“Indian films have been shown in Pakistan in the last few years which is a wonderful sign. Now I am expecting the Indian government to release Pakistani films in India,” she said on the sidelines of an awards ceremony organised by the America Abroad Media (AAM) here Thursday.
“Through films, audiences in the two countries can be brought together. They can understand the traditions, culture and values which have developed in Pakistan.”
Khan received the AAM’s 2014 Partner Award for her role in the documentary TV series ‘Reema Khan’s America’. – BERNAMA