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Action-packed film Dhai Chaal exposes Indian espionage, sponsored terrorism

By Our Correspondent
December 08, 2023

Islamabad: In a star-studded premiere held in Islamabad, the much-anticipated film 'Dhai Chaal' unfolded its gripping narrative, featuring renowned actors Ayesha Omar, Humayun Ashraf, Taqi Ahmed, Arj Chaudhry, and other notable personalities from the film industry. 

The special event was graced by the presence of Mir Jamal Khan, son of the late tribal and political leader Shaheed Mir Siraj Khan Raisani, and Provincial Minister for Sports, Culture, and Support, Nawabzada Mir Jamal Khan.

Son of the late tribal leader Mir Siraj Khan Raisani, and Provincial Minister for Sports, Culture, and Support, Nawabzada Mir Jamal Khan (L) during the event of film Dhai Chaal in Islamabad on December 7, 2023. — Facebook/Nawabzada Mir Jamal Khan Raisani
Son of the late tribal leader Mir Siraj Khan Raisani, and Provincial Minister for Sports, Culture, and Support, Nawabzada Mir Jamal Khan (L) during the event of film 'Dhai Chaal' in Islamabad on December 7, 2023. — Facebook/Nawabzada Mir Jamal Khan Raisani

Before the premiere, Dr. Irfan, the film's producer, and the cast engaged with the media, expressing that 'Dhai Chaal' posed a challenge, but with the support of local partners in Balochistan, they turned the dream into reality. Dr. Irfan acknowledged that while it would have been ideal for the government to be involved in this cause, they faced disappointment. Despite the setbacks, the film has been successfully completed, and it is set to hit cinema screens on December 8.

Dr. Irfan and the cast appealed to the Pakistani nation to show their support by flocking to cinemas on December 8 to witness how 'Dhai Chaal' unveils the involvement of India in terrorism within Pakistan. The film aims to expose India's deceitful narratives and propaganda that misguide the global community. By creating this film, the team, representing Pakistan, reveals the true face of their nation and exposes the false facade maintained by India.

'Dhai Chaal' stands not just as a cinematic venture but as a bold statement against misinformation and an endeavour to depict the reality of India's role in fostering terrorism. As the nation eagerly awaits the release, December 8 promises to be a day of cinematic revelation and a call for unity against those who seek to destabilize the peace in Pakistan.