A trailer for Allah, a sci-fi film by Pakistani filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, has been uploaded to YouTube by a group called the ‘The Muslim Film Network’ (TMTN).
The trailer shows footage from a movie called ‘Allah’, in which a Muslim character is seen driving a car in the desert, and the narrator says that he is a member of the TMTN, which means ‘the Muslim film network’.
Anuragh Kashyac, who is an Indian-Pakistani filmmaker, was born in India.
TMTn was set up in 2011 and it is one of a number of organisations that are working on film projects in Pakistan.
The group is one among several groups which are working in Pakistan, mainly to promote their projects to the Indian film market, which has a thriving Indian film industry.
TPTN is an organisation which also promotes films produced by Pakistani-Filmmakers, in Pakistan and in the rest of the region, said TMTNF’s founder and founder, Nirmal Saini.
Sainig, a filmmaker, said his organisation was set-up in 2011 to promote Pakistani films.
“There are many Pakistani filmmakers working on their films.
The most popular Pakistani films are the ‘Allaad’ (Indonesian) and ‘Shabash’ (Kashmiri) films.”
‘The movie trailer’ An earlier trailer, released in 2016, had shown a trailer in which the protagonist, who appears to be a Muslim, drives a car on a desert road. “
It is the first time that the TPT has made a trailer for a Pakistani film in Pakistan,” he added.
‘The movie trailer’ An earlier trailer, released in 2016, had shown a trailer in which the protagonist, who appears to be a Muslim, drives a car on a desert road.
It had also shown a clip of a motorcycle with a Muslim driver, which the narrator said was a part of the Muslim film industry in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad.
In that earlier trailer a Muslim man was seen driving the car in Pakistan by a bearded figure with a beard and a black hat, which appeared to be the character of Anurak Kashyaps father, Anurah Kashyapa.
“We are a film team which does not have a director in Pakistan but has a producer and the director himself is a Pakistani,” said Anuray.
“Anurag has written a script and we are planning to release it soon,” said an official with TMTND, who did not wish to be named.
“The trailer is being released on a website and we have reached out to our media partners for comment,” said the official.
‘No official comment’ A spokesperson for the Pakistani Ministry of Culture and Information Technology (MoctaT) said they had not received a complaint from the organisation about the trailer, but were waiting for the ministry’s response to the complaint.
“No official statement has been issued by the Ministry of Cultural and Information Technologies (MoCT) on this matter,” the spokesperson said.
The TMTNT was founded in 2014 and it has offices in Pakistan in Islamabad, Lahore, Rawalpindi and Quetta, and in India in New Delhi.
“In the last five years, we have made many successful and successful films,” said Aasia Naveen, a spokesperson for TMT Network.
“Most of our films are from our Indian and Pakistani regions.
They are being seen on the big screen in Pakistan.”
The Pakistani film industry is a huge and vibrant sector in Pakistan with over 40,000 films being made, including films by foreign directors.
In recent years, Pakistan has seen a surge in the number of Indian films being produced and sold abroad.
The Indian government has been encouraging the film industry to release more Pakistani films on a larger scale.
The film industry has also seen a rise in films produced and released by Pakistani filmmakers.