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Good movies can improve Pak-India ties: Indian filmmaker

from The News.

ACCLAIMED Indian filmmaker Muzaffar Ali has said that good films can play a vital role in improving relations between Pakistan and India as both countries shared same culture.

He was speaking at a dialogue held at a private university here on Friday. The university s Vice Chancellor Sartaj Aziz, Dr Mehdi Hassan, Dr Asghar Nadeem Syed and Mrs Muneeza Hashmi and a large number of students were also present.

Mr Muzaffar Ali, director of famous film Umrao Jaan Ada, said films could play an important role in creating love and friendship among people and removing trust deficit on both sides, adding that the region was facing multiple crises which had pushed people of both the countries away from each other. He also said Pakistan and India should come out of state of denial.

He also said filmmaking was getting important with every passing day as the world had become a global village.

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