Prime Minister Imran Khan has remained vocal about making films and dramas depicting the culture and history of Pakistan and the Subcontinent.
PM Khan is currently on a two-day official visit to Uzbekistan where he will hold a few important business and political meetings. On Thursday, PM Khan held a joint press conference with Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
During the presser, PM Khan shared that Pakistan is going to make films on the history of Pakistan and the subcontinent, starting from the one on the founder Mughal Emire, Zahiruddin Babur.
“We are going to make a film on Zahiruddin Babur, the founder of Mughal Emire and one of the great leaders the world has seen. India was considered one of the richest places in the world under his regime,” he shared.
“I and my government aim to highlight such heroes. A film on Babur will highlight his whole life and our youngsters will learn from it a lot,” the Premier assured.
Remember, Babur was born in Andijan, Uzbekistan, and is considered the son of his motherland.
Meanwhile, PM Khan also disclosed his plans to make films on Allama Muhammad Iqbal, Mirza Ghalib, and other prominent figures of Pakistan and the subcontinent.