The film exhibited on Nobel-awarded Pakistani scientist Dr. Abdul Salaam

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Washington – ‘Documentation’, a documentary made on the life and achievements of Dr. Nobel-a-pious scientist, Pakistan’s Nobel Prize, was presented this week in George Washington University, located in Washington DC.
Salam has brought out the extraordinary abilities of the film, Dr. Abdul Salaam and some of his unusual events in which he usually does not know all over the world and especially in Pakistan.
Dr. Abdul Salam, who gave the most important place in religion and science, was born in a common family of Jang in Pakistan, Pakistan. After taking a masters degree in the mathematical field, that year, he got a scholarship, due to which he went to London for the postal where he accepted his ability to compete in the field of physics and mathematics. After returning to Pakistan, he was briefly attached to the teaching department in Lahore’s Government College. However, in twenty-four quarters, when the Ahmadinejad was literally declared non-Muslim in Pakistan, when he faced isolation or isolation of academic and psychological, he decided to leave Pakistan and moved to London. In the nineteenth integer, he was the first Pakistani and fourth South Asian people, awarded Nobel Prize in fierce science. Dr Abdul-Islam died in twenty-five pounds. He was buried in his native country in Pakistan. The Pakistani doctor, who received the Nobel Prize by offering wonderful ideas in the physics sector, is celebrated internationally, but his service was never acknowledged in connection with the Ahmadi sect, nor was he ever accepted. It has been mentioned in the curriculum of Pakistan. Not only this, in the fourteen fourteenteen writings written on the books of the Pakistani government on his tomb in Ribha, written on the book ‘The first Muslim person to receive the Nobel Prize’, the word ” Muslim ” has been removed using white paint went .
The movie based on the research of Indian-American American filmmakers, Anand Kamlakkar and two Pakistani youths, Zakir Tharoor and Omar Vinald, describes the same tragedy of his life with the success of Dr. Abdul-Islam.
Talking to Voice of America, film producer and researcher Zakir Thor told that in the 1980s, reading a condolence article on the death of Dr. Abdul Salam, he thought of bringing his story into a movie. However, the film started practically in two thousand four. But the biggest challenge was to raise money for that. ‘We are a science student. There are no professional movie makers. We started work. In two thousand four days, when you told people that we are making a film on Dr. Salam, people used to think that we are talking about AQ Khan. The second was that Salam Ahmadi did not give people money. But gradually the money is collected and it is right to say that it is a documentary made from people’s money.
Salam is the most part of the movie based on the historical photographs and footage of Dr. Abdul-Islam’s life, his childhood, education and teaching career, and the Nobel Prize. Omar Vandal, film researcher and producer, says that it takes fourteen years to collect the content. “In the twenty-five-sixth century, after the death of Dr. Abdul-Islam, I and Zakir started research. From around the world we found pictures, audio, video content. The family of Dr. Abdul Salaam and the family members associated with them, and then go anywhere, all the material was collected so that it could be given a film format.
The personality and story of Abdul Salam near the film director Anand Kamalkar is amazing and impressive. ‘We have tried to convey the message from this movie that unbelief and prejudice is a criminal act because it damages harm to any country and its young generation, which can not be tried.’
Salam was presented to the people in Washington DC on a day when one of the constitutional amendments in the rule of former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto on completion of fourty-four years, under which seven seven hundred and twenty four were staying in Pakistan Those who belonged to Ahmedi sects were declared non-Muslims and on the other hand, on the other hand on September 7, on this day, the government of Tehrik-e-Insaf, the professor of economics of Princeton University and Atif Mian, who belonged to Ahmadi Jamaat, was religious in Pakistan’s economic advisory council The critics have severely criticized and stressed after the pressure. According to the organizers, though the film needs time, but it was merely the film that was presented.
Seeing the movie, a large number of Pakistani American Americans came to George Washington University despite stormy rain. The film Bannas, where one side of the film makers and laborers, and the appreciation of Dr. Abdul-Islam’s achievements and the personality, condemned Atmat Mian in Pakistan and condemned the ill-treatment of Ahmadinejad. Pakistani Americans linked to the World Bank, Hina Saleem said, “The financial situation in Pakistan is at this time, Atmat could take Myan Malik to an effective way to deal with it.” Imran Khan has dismissed them by demanding permission from the people. This is not a strategy.
Atta Khan, another person present in the attendance, said, ‘Pakistan decades ago Pakistan lost Dr. Abdul Salam. The world used their abilities. Four decades later, by defeating Asmat Mian, Imran Khan has repeatedly narrated the tradition of limiting Pakistan’s development.
Hamad Ahmed, Ahmadi belongs to the sects and Ahmadi is the priest of the worshiper. They also had to watch this movie. Speaking to Voice of America, he appreciated the appearance of Dr. Abdul-Islam’s various aspects of the film. However, while discussing the dismissal of Atif Mian, he said that it is Pakistan’s political affairs. Being a religious man, I do not want to intervene in Pakistan’s decision but does not agree that religious-based decisions should be made to serve the country.

Salam Films, this week’s Washington DC is the first offer of the South Asian Film Festival. In this festival, movies will be presented in other countries including South Asia. However, some of the attendees expressed their surprise and regret that the film was presented in a separate place one day before the festival’s regular start, where a limited number of people came to see it. Some people expressed dismay that there was no person from Pakistan embassy to adhere to the film made by Pakistaniis on the life of Pakistani President Abdul Salam. However, the organizers say that the reason for the film to be separated was that after the movie, a film of the film producers and executives could be held with a question-answer question so that people could express their views.


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