Pariwesh Jamal—the true daughter of Pakistan
From a remote village in Balochistan to Pakistan Military Academy (PMA), the journey of Pariwesh Jamal is as inspirational as it gets. Baloch people are known for their bravery and Pariwesh Jamal, played by the powerhouse of talent, Ramsha Khan is a perfect depiction of how Balochis are.
In spite of living in a remote area, her father made sure she gets the best education, while she makes sure to get into the Pakistan Army to become a force of resistance in the face of selfish and wealthy landlords who use power to snatch away literally anything from anyone.
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The upcoming megaproject is about six courageous women and their inspirational devotion to become a part of the Pakistan Army. Sinf e Aahan, or Women of Steel, features Sajal Aly as Rabia Safeer, Kubra Khan as Mahjabeen Mastaan, Yumna Zaidi as Shaista Khanzada, Ramsha Khan as Pariwesh Jamal, Syra Yousuf as Arzoo Daniel, and Sri Lankan actress Yehali Tashiya Kalidasa as Nathmy Parrera in leading roles.
While talking to a tabloid earlier, Kubra Khan had revealed, “We’re not ‘acting’ on Sinf-e-Aahan, they filmed us while we underwent actual cadet training,” sharing that she has a number of cuts and bruises as a result of the tough training.
Related: Meet the lioness Rabia Safeer from Sinf e Aahan
The Jawani Phir Nahi Ani actress also shared that all the equipment used in the show is not dummy. “If we’ve used a gun, or a water bag or anything that’s supposed to be used in training is real. If you see a 10kg box, we’ve actually carried a 10kg box. If we’re firing a gun, it’s an actual gun,” she said.
Related: Meet the Women of Steel from ‘Sinf-e-Aahan’
Written by famous playwright Umera Ahmed and directed by ace director Nadeem Baig, Sinf e Aahan is presented by ISPR. The show is produced by Six Sigma Plus and Next Level Entertainment, which are helmed by Humayun Saeed, Samina Humayun Saeed, Shahzad Nasib, and Sana Shahnawaz.
Sinf e Aahan starts this Saturday. What about it are you excited the most for? Have your say in the comments’ section below.
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