Since Karachi based crime thriller Laal Kabootar was chosen as Pakistan’s authentic accommodation for the upcoming Academy Awards 2020, famous people from distant locations abroad have poured in celebratory messages on social media.
While Mahira Khan took to Twitter to applaud the lead on-screen character, Mansha Pasha, Yasir Hussain additionally shared some caring words on his Instagram stories.
“Laal Kabootar is a blessing that continues giving and is really unique! To me, it remains as a milestone venture inside my multiyear profession. Thankyou Allah and hugs to the team,” the Superstar composed.
— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) September 13, 2019
Hussain additionally yelled expressions of help yet not without tossing a tad of shade at none other than model Sadaf Kanwal. Recently, the star made some scornful comments towards Mansha Pasha during a rapid fire segment at a show. As an answer to one of the inquiries during the Rapid Fire, Kanwal asserted that Pasha shouldn’t be in media industry.
However, many were disturbed about the remarks including the Chhalawa star. “Jis larki ko kuch din pehly industry mai nahi hona chahiye tha woh Oscars mai ja rahi hai, (The lady whose spot in the [film] industry was being scrutinized a couple of days prior is currently going to the Oscars),” Hussain composed through his Instagram stories. “Shahbash (congrats/welldone), Mansha Pasha,” he finished up.
Directed by Kamal Khan, the film got rave audits by the pundits and was also commended by the majority when released in March this year. The film also featured Ahmed Ali Akbar in the number one lead role.
In an interesting update on Twitter, the ‘Laal Kabootar’ team also reported the film’s selection for Oscars 2020. “Something for every one of us to be glad for as a group. All the perspiration and diligent work was more than justified, despite all the trouble,” the tweet read.
Ladies and gents some exciting news ahead:
Laal Kabootar has been selected as Pakistan's submission to the Oscars!!!
Something for us all to be proud of as a team. All the sweat and hard work was more than worth it. pic.twitter.com/EYz8aFz6Rn
— Laal Kabootar (@LaalKabootar) September 13, 2019