Pakistani film Javed Iqbal: The Untold Story of a Serial Color has won two awards at the British Asian Festival.
The film’s director and producer wrote in a tweet on Sunday night that “Yasir Hussain won the Best Actor award for Javed Iqbal and Abu Aliha won the Best Director award at the Asian UK Film Festival.”
He added that these are the first awards for the film and it will be screened at every prestigious festival in the world.
Actor Yasir Hussain, who played the role of Javed Iqbal in the film at the festival, said, “A man came to me eight years ago, I forgot his name. He brought me a script called Javed Iqbal and he wanted to make a documentary drama and I agreed to it.
The Pakistani actor said, “Then he disappeared. Then two, three years later another producer came up with the script of Javed Iqbal and he wanted to make a web series on it. I reassured him and he disappeared. “
Yasir Hussain said, “Then for the third time Abu Aliha came to me with an excellent script. I agreed and we made this film. “
Actress Ayesha Omar has played the role of a police officer in the film based on Pakistani serial killer and she too is happy with the success of this film.
On Sunday, he shared a screenshot of the ‘Internet Movie Database’ on Instagram, where the film has a rating of 8.4 out of 10.
He thanked the viewers in his post and said that he was happy that people liked the story.
He further said that so far only a few thousand people have seen the film as the release of the film is awaiting permission from the Pakistani government and it has just been screened as an opening film at the UK Asian Film Festival. ۔ ‘
He also expressed the wish that the whole of Pakistan and the whole world would see his work and give their opinion on the film.