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ISPR all set to launch Pakistan’s biggest military reality show

The Military Reality Show titled  60 Hours to Glory, will be hosted by Fakhr-e-Alam

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Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) is all set to launch Pakistan’s biggest military reality show, which is being dubbed as a huge milestone in the country’s entertainment industry.

The Military Reality Show titled  60 Hours to Glory, will be hosted by Fakhr-e-Alam and will be broadcasted on HUM News and PTV Home under the banner of ISPR.

The military reality show will feature eight local teams and four international teams.

The ISPR sharing details of the show in an Instagram post said: “Pakistan Army Team Spirit (PATS) Competition is designed to test tactical skills in physical and professional domains, evaluating responses generated in challenging real-time battlefield scenarios.”

“The 60 hours long event subjects the teams to various cross-domain scenarios and encompasses tasks including physical endurance, night navigation, minefield clearance, water obstacle crossing, close target reconnaissance, and speed march. PATS commenced in the year 2015 and ever since it has evolved into one of the toughest and most exacting tactical exercises of the world,” it added.

“The Military Reality Show, 60 Hours to Glory, is a unique production, which will showcase the rigours of Pak Army’s training regime, portraying ‘Why We are the Best’. Following the intense competition of PATS-21, the events have been shot in real-time, with no enactment at all,” ISPR said.

“The viewers will remain engaged in a roller-coaster production comprising 25 sensational episodes. The Show has been designed to stimulate the entertainment industry to produce an innovative stream of thrilling and adventurous content,” it added.


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The host of the reality show Fakhr-e-Alam sharing the news on Twitter said, “One of the toughest & exhausting filming projects of my career. It has been an honor to witness first hand the rigors of a soldier in a hostile, nerve-wracking, body shattering environment”.

“We are getting closer to the D date….watch us on HUM News & PTV Home. Thank you DAWN for the coverage. You will all see firsthand what it takes to be a true champion. NO RE-ENACTMENTS OF PURE REALITY. Sweat, blood & true grit,” he shared in another tweet.

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Saman Siddiqui, A freelance journalist with a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication and MS in Peace and Conflict Studies. Associated with the media industry since 2006. Experience in various capacities including Program Host, Researcher, News Producer, Documentary Making, Voice Over, Content Writing Copy Editing, and Blogging, and currently associated with OyeYeah since 2018, working as an Editor.