Karachi: Wahaj Ali and Sajal Ali’s web series Pink Shirt from South Asia has been selected for this year’s festival in Sydney.
Pink Shirt marks a significant addition to the success story of Zindagi and Applause Entertainment after announcing its world premiere at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival earlier this month. In one of the world’s biggest annual festivals, which brings together contemporary cinema, integrated music and multi-disciplinary genres, Pakistani superstars and protagonists Sajal Ali, director Kashif Nisar, writer B Gill and producer Shailja Kejriwal are held in Australia. Will participate in this grand event.
Pink Shirt presents the relationships of people, their love, challenges and struggles in today’s modern world in a straightforward and real way. The partners are closely related to Sameer and Sara and how they feel this relationship turning into a beautiful attraction and love.
Expressing her excitement, Sajal Ali, the lead actress of the Pink Shirt series, said, “Pink Shirt was a challenge for me, which I had never imagined. It made me aware of the deep intricacies of human relationships. This journey I gladly accepted and now we are gearing up for the world premiere in Sydney. I cannot hide my excitement for this emotional journey with the world.
Wahaj Ali, Sajal Ali’s co-star and very popular among Pakistani fans, said that portraying the complexities of human relationships in Pink Shirt was a big challenge and the script required me to portray emotions and vulnerabilities which made me an actor. Had to pay. It is a great pleasure for me to work with Sajal and Kashif. I am eager to know the audience’s feedback on my emotional ups and downs. The series presented by Applause Entertainment, Zindagi Original is an 8-episode web series produced by the South Asian collaboration of India and Pakistan. Directed by Kashif Nisar and written by B Gill, this series with artists like Sajal Ali and Wahaj Ali is a story of modern-day human relationships, their loves, challenges and struggles, told in a straightforward and realistic manner. A simple and ambiguous, tragic yet humorous tale of broken and complicated relationships.