Mahira Khan And Humayun Saeed Recommend A Competition To Aspiring Filmmakers

Mahira And Humayun Have A Message For Aspiring Filmmakers

Mahira Khan And Humayun Saeed Recommend A Competition To Aspiring Filmmakers
Mahira Khan And Humayun Saeed

Two of the biggest superstars of the Pakistani entertainment industry have an important message for youngsters and aspiring filmmakers. Mahira Khan and Humayun Saeed have both proven their mettle in the glittering entertainment industry of the country and now they're focused on bringing in new talent to the forefront. 

The duo's message is simple. Showcase Pakistan at the National Amateur Short Film competition to win a film-school scholarship. Mahira and Humayun are both keen on new and talented filmmakers to take the baton from the current crop of filmmakers and take the industry in a new and exciting direction.

Mahira Khan And Humayun Saeed Recommend A Competition To Aspiring Filmmakers

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Providing an opportunity for the young generation to showcase their talent, the National Amateur Short Film Festival (NASFF) has been launched in Pakistan to provide a motivational platform for aspiring filmmakers in the country.

Seeking ingenuity and creativity, the competition hosted under the auspices of ISPR will give locals a chance to showcase the vibrant culture, identity, philanthropy, and colors boasting across the nation, allowing audiences all across the world to view Pakistan in its true essence.

Mahira Khan And Humayun Saeed Recommend A Competition To Aspiring Filmmakers

The competition will be accepting original submissions for Fiction, Documentary, Animation, and Experimental Films, in Urdu, English, or regional languages (given that subtitles can be provided in English).

Mahira Khan said:

"There are so many young artists who come to me all the time wanting to direct, act, write stories, etc. I’m so glad that I can be part of this initiative along with all my other colleagues."

She announced her affiliation with the festival, acknowledging it as a "great step forward in stimulating the youth of Pakistan".

 Joining her as brand ambassadors are other popular names such as Humayun Saeed, Zara Noor Abbas, Iqra Aziz, Farhan Saeed, Wahaj Ali, Bilal Abbas Khan, Mashal Khan, Qasim Khan, and Ayub Khoso.

 Humayun Saeed said:

"If you have a knack for films and television and want to produce some quality content, then this platform is your stepping stone."

The finale for the festival will be held in April 2021. Wishing the best of luck to everyone applying!

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