The cast and crew of upcoming film Ishrat Made in China are coming back to Pakistan after being stuck in Thailand post-shoot due to the COVID-19 travel ban.
They will be returning back via a special flight on the 14th of April.
The star cast of the film Shamoon Abbasi and Sara Loren took to social media sharing the good news with the fans.
“Finally some light in these tough times.Thank you to the Pakistani authorities.just been informed that we will be flying back to our homes tomorrow. ( Tuesday 14th April 2020)”, shared Sara Loren in a tweet.
Shamoon Abbasi also took to social media, sharing the latest development. He had been updating the situation they were facing through social media posts.
In a tweet, Shamoon Abbasi shared the Good news, while thanking the government of Pakistan and others who made their evacuation from Thailand possible.
“Would like to thank the Pakistani ambassador Mr. Asim Iftikhar, col. Humayun, Atiqa Odho and Mr. Rashid Khwaja, that made our evacuation possible on 14th April at 3 pm from Bangkok Airport by a special flight arranged by the govt.Of Pakistan”.
21 people in total including the cast and crew members of Ishrat Made in China, actors Sanam Saeed, Sara Loren, Mohib Mirza, Shamoon Abbasi, and Imam Said, have been stranded in Thailand for the last 20 days.