YouTube video of the day: I am Pakistan

Published: March 27, 2011

The short length clip features a number of prominent personalities from various aspects of society.

‘I Am Pakistan’ is a short video that displays the many positive sides of Pakistan which generally go unacknowledged.

The video starts with the line “I am not what you think” and goes on to explore the different areas of life where Pakistan has actually reached milestones.

The short length clip, which is done very well in terms of its animation, art and transition between sections, features a number of prominent personalities including media, military, charity, fashion, development and politics to show how far the country has reached in each sector.

The makers of the video, iampak.org explain the purpose of the project on their website:

I Am Pakistan speaks towards the future millions of our citizens at home and abroad. With a reason to look forward, we have travelled across the country from Khyber to Karachi finding the true soul behind a Pakistani.

A lot has been said about Pakistan as a nation and as a people. However as Pakistanis, at home and abroad, we know that a lot of what is said is untrue and at the same time, a lot of what should be said is not said at all.

Video Rating: Two thumbs up for the positive message and its creative presentation.

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Reader Comments (5)

  • ishaq
    Mar 27, 2011 - 4:50PM

    Great Video!!!Recommend

  • Syed Hussein El-Edroos
    Mar 27, 2011 - 9:26PM

    Congratulations to the team who made the video. I have always believed that the majority of Pakistani are good people. It is only a tiny minority that has given Pakistan a bad name.Recommend

  • khanman
    Mar 27, 2011 - 9:59PM

    creative work, nicely done. Recommend

  • Zahid Hussain
    Mar 28, 2011 - 11:03AM

    Seen it, nice video. Our media also need to explore such aspects in their reporting, since ordinary masses have been exhausted to listen what is told in news and talk shows daily. Please depict the true picture, dont serve someones agenda, please dont serve someones agenda.Recommend

  • Mar 30, 2011 - 10:42AM

    Great work by Pakistanis! Pakistan Zinda Baad!Recommend

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