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Ishrat: Made in China’s cast returns home

The cast and crew had been stranded in Thailand

SAMAA | - Posted: Apr 15, 2020 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Apr 15, 2020 | Last Updated: 2 years ago

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The cast and crew of Mohib Mirza’s first feature film Ishrat: Made in China have finally come home. The film’s team had been stranded in Thailand for weeks due to travel restrictions because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Actor Shamoon Abbasi had been actively posting videos and messages on social media to find a way for their safe return.

On Tuesday night, the actor tweeted: “The stranded Pakistanis in Thailand have finally reached Pakistan Proud to be a help to them. Now will be heading to the quarantine zone for tests and hoping everyone will be fine and free to go in 24 hours.”

Abbasi’s co-star Sanam Saeed took to Instagram and thanked everyone who made an effort to get them back home.

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Thank you to all those who made every effort in every way possible to get us and the many other Pakistanis stranded in thailand on this flight today. Pray we all reach safely in good health and spirit. To anyone else still stranded in other places be patient, stay postive. Help is on the way. Friends, family, colleagues, the government, the media, officials, the army, organizations, unions, and many more are doing their best to get everyone home safely. Will try to update everyone on the process so that other traveller’s are less anxious and prepared. Allah kay supurd.

A post shared by Sanam Mody Saeed (@sanammody) on Apr 14, 2020 at 12:14pm PDT

“To anyone else still stranded in other places be patient, stay postive. Help is on the way.  Friends, family, colleagues, the government, the media, officials, the army, organizations, unions, and many more are doing their best to get everyone home safely,” she said. “Will try to update everyone on the process so that other traveller’s are less anxious and prepared.”

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