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New edition of Pakistan Film Festival to screen some of the most recent blockbuster films from Lollywood

As the spring season sets in Romania, Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan returns with yet another edition of its landmark Pakistan Film Festival in Bucharest. The first edition of Pakistan Film Festival held in Bucharest last year turned out to be a huge success. This three-day event gathered huge crowds and appreciation.

Carrying on the momentum and its tradition of promoting Pakistan’s culture and its vibrant film industry, the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is now organizing the 2nd Edition of Pakistan Film Festival from 30-31 March 2019 at Cinema Muzeul Țăranului, Studioul Horia Bernea, Muzeul Național al Țăranului Român. During this festival, some of the most recent blockbuster Pakistani films from Lollywood (Sobriquet of Pakistan Film Industry) will be screened. The entry for this two-day event is free for all. The viewers will also be served with light refreshments of Asian cuisine during the event. During the festival, over a dozen Pakistani films of different genres and documentaries will be screened.

“Lollywood” is a multilingual Film Industry that has produced thousands of films in over six languages since 1948. Lollywood has the unique characteristic of experimenting with an amalgam of education and entertainment as a means to raise social awareness among the Pakistani viewership. Owing to its specific nature and modern technique, Lollywood is the leading cinema in South Asia at present.

Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in Bucharest cordially invites all individuals and families to join in the celebrations of Pakistan Film Industry and experience the true essence of South Asian cinema and Pakistani culture. The event would formally commence on 30 March 2019 at 1300 hours and would conclude on 31 March 2019 at 2020 hours.

 

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