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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Turkey will jointly produce a television series on the life of warrior Salahuddin Ayubi as Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday stressed the need to familiarise the young generation with Muslim history and expressed the hope that the use of multimedia could prove helpful in this regard.
“The series on the life of Salahuddin Ayubi will make the youth aware of his historic role,” the prime minister said while meeting filmmaker Shehzad Nawaz and Turkish producer Emre Konuk.
“It is high time to make dramas and films based on historical narrative rather than opting for routine topics,” he said.
In view of the upcoming Pakistan-Turkey joint production of the television series on Salahuddin Ayubi, the prime minister said even the West regarded him as a great man.
The prime minister said that Salahuddin Ayubi had announced a general amnesty after the historic conquest of Jerusalem.
Senator Faisal Javed, Syed Junaid Ali Shah and Dr Kashif also attended the meeting.
During the meeting, the prime minister was briefed on details of the joint project of the television series between Pakistan and Turkey.
It was highlighted that the planning of the series had been finalised, while shooting of the series will commence in April next year.
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