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Entertainment

Web Desk
April 8, 2019

‘Pinky Memsaab’ wins Best Picture at UK Asian Film Festival

Entertainment

Web Desk
Mon, Apr 08, 2019

Pakistan’s recently released film ‘Pinky Memsaab’ has bagged the award for best picture award at the UK Asian Film Festival in the Audience Choice category.

The star-studded cast and crew of the film including director Shazia Ali Khan attended the 10-day event, where the film marked its world premiere and were also present at the award ceremony, where they secured the accolade for ‘Best-Picture’ – in the Audience Choice category.

Lead star of the film, Hajra Yamin took Instagram to share the news with her fans as she posted a picture of the award on her story amongst the glimpses of her look from the day as well.

Directed and written by debutant director Shazia Ali Khan, ‘Pinky Memsaab’ is about self-discovery starring notable actors including by Hajra Yamin who essays the lead of Pinky and Kiran Malik who plays Meher, along with Adnan Jaffar and Sunny Hinduja.

The film highlights the intersecting lives of two women coming from two different social classes with Pinky being a young woman from a small village in Punjab, who gets the job of a maid in Dubai, while Mehr is a Dubai-based writer/socialite struggling with life and its complexities.