Ayyan plans to produce movie on life in Adiala jail

Published: April 11, 2015
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Supermodel Ayyan announced on Saturday she’ll give the world a glimpse of her prison time at Rawalpindi’s Adiala jail as she plans to produce a film on it.

“I’ll produce a film on jail life and the different characters there,” Ayyan said, referring to how she plans to document her time in the prison.

The supermodel was sent to Adiala jail after she was caught allegedly smuggling $500,000 to Dubai.

Read: Supermodel Ayyan sent to Adiala jail for ‘smuggling’ $500,000

Ayyan has reportedly transformed the barrack she is being housed in, including the attitude of jail officials, and clearly she has gathered enough material to make a movie.

Read: Strange times: A clean barrack, dapper staff at Adiala prison

The supermodel chose not to don an abaaya and a veil during Saturday’s hearing unlike her previous one. A large number of lawyers, litigants and reporters appeared outside the court eagerly waiting for a glimpse of the supermodel.

Meanwhile, the court extended the supermodel’s judicial remand after the Customs’ investigation team failed to produce a charge sheet on Saturday.

Read: Ayyan Ali to provide further evidence in Rawalpindi court

When the hearing began at the court of Judge Mumtaz Hussain, a Customs investigation team member complained about non-cooperation by jail officials.

A team member, Yousaf Mughal, informed the court that notices were issued to witnesses of the defence but some of them were yet to appear before the team. Arguing that completion would take time, Mughal urged the court to give more time.

Read: Customs officials deem Ayyan’s proof of currency ownership dubious

On this, the judge ordered the team to complete investigations and produce a challan before the court on the next hearing scheduled for April 24.

Defending her case, Ayyan informed the court she wanted to produce another witness before the court. The judge then ordered the investigation team to record the witness’ statement and produce it during the next hearing.

Read: Ayyan laundering money for political heavyweights since 2011, investigators reveal

“Some witnesses are reluctant to appear before the joint investigation team,” a senior official of Pakistan Customs told The Express Tribune.

Further, the Customs official claimed the jail officials aren’t cooperating with them either. “They keep members of JIT waiting for hours whenever they visit the suspect for interrogation.”

“Documents provided by Ayyan have been verified by the property dealer and middleman but there is still a lot of work to do to confirm its legality,” he added.

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Reader Comments (7)

  • Imran
    Apr 12, 2015 - 5:22AM

    So she already knows she won’t be sentenced and she’s happy to flaunt it. Only in Pakistan.Recommend

  • Rajesh
    Apr 12, 2015 - 3:04PM

    You are going to make a movie? Before you come out of jail, bollywood will have released a movie about your story…. Recommend

  • Sami
    Apr 12, 2015 - 3:10PM

    Will you include lessons for money laundering ??Recommend

  • Shah
    Apr 12, 2015 - 7:05PM

    yea why not, good time to cash your publicity… majority of people was not knowing you by name before this scandal.. anyway this is norm here, today criminal then heroRecommend

  • Czar
    Apr 12, 2015 - 8:20PM

    Dreaming big while languishing in jail. LOL!Recommend

  • deeds
    Apr 13, 2015 - 11:18AM

    FBR – have you booked her under the right clauses?
    CAA – Have you shared the cctv footage with the investigators?
    PTA – Mobile data?
    …all incompetent and corrupt organisations working in unison to hide faces and let her free.Recommend

  • Emraan Hashimi
    Apr 13, 2015 - 2:49PM

    Great – eagerly waiting to watch your item number in the movie “Super model in Adiala”. Recommend

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