Film-maker Naziha Mehmood has paid tribute to renowned social activist, philanthropist and humanitarian Abdul Sattar Edhi, in her latest documentary Chiragh (The Lamp).
Produced in association with Tangerine Media, the documentary highlights Edhi's immense contributions towards Pakistan and was screened at the Arts Council in Karachi on November 15.
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Edhi sb was present at the screening and was accompanied by Swiss Consul General, Emil Wyss.
Naziha took to Facebook to share the memorable moment when Edhi sb called her his daughter after the first screening:
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The trailer of the documentary serves as an eye-opener to the world as it tells how a terror-struck country like Pakistan wouldn't have survived without the unconditional services provided by Edhi sb's charity organisation.
Here, check out the trailer:
At the screening, Swiss Consul General Emil Wyss thanked Edhi sb for his services and said it's about time he received the Nobel Prize.
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