Hum Zinda Qaum Hain
Rawalpindi Arts Council Wednesday staged an informative and constructive play, ‘Hum Zinda Qaum Hain,’ based on patriotism in connection with Independence Day celebrations. The main theme of ‘Hum Zinda Qaum Hain’ was to prove that Pakistanis are a brave nation and ready to face any difficult situation. Addressing at the occasion, Sardar Naseem Divisional Convener Taqrebat-e-Azadi Committee said that the drama reflected the beautiful culture of all the provinces of the country, says a press release. He said that war against terrorism would be fruitful if we get united against it. He also appreciated RAC efforts for conducting of programs of Independence Day celebrations. RAC Resident Director Waqar Ahmed addressing the ceremony said that the drama, ‘Hum Zinda Qaum Hain’, was aimed to provide neat and CLEAN entertainment to the people of Rawalpindi and Islamabad along with a strong message. The story was started from a tea house owned by Pashto speaking but the people from other provinces like Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan and Gilgit Baltistan lived near the tea house and used to take tea on loan. But after some days some miscreant elements succeeded to get separate them and try to use them for their evil purpose but later on they all are get united again.
A large number of people from the twin cities watched the PLAY and
applauded the efforts of Rawalpindi Arts Council.
The play was written and DIRECTED by senior artist, Anjum Malik. Sapna
Shah, Yar Muhammad, Saleem Afandi, Salman Sunny, Hameed Baber and Dildar Khan, Imran Rushdi, Ismael Bshir, Pervaiz Agha and Shehzad Papu were cast in the leading roles of the drama.
Sardar Naseem Divisional Convener Taqrebat-e-Azadi Committee accompanied
by Naheed Manzoor and RAC Resident Director, Waqar Ahmed was guest of honor at the occasion.