Quetta– English Telefilm, “Guiltless” by Hazaragi Drama Association is to be released soon.
HDA while talking to HazaranewsPK said their telefilm is pending due to financial problems of HDA and requested the Hazara business community and diaspora abroad to contribute financial assistance. Director of HDA and writer of “Guiltless” Muhammad Ali Dana told their new film is about the consecutive target killing of Hazaras in Quetta Pakistan. The story of the film focuses on a family victim of terrorism.
Muhammad Ali Dana, Director of HDA is the writer of “Guiltless”. Script of the film has been edited by Professor Nazir Hussain. Paragon Academy’s Sajjad Asim and Learners Academy’s Mehdi and Abbas have also contributed in the script. Actors of the film include Nazir Hussain Danish, Abay Danish, Mujtaba, Hina Batool, Mehdi, Abbas and Salman. Acting instructors included actor of Pakistan Television, Najeebullah Hazara and artist, Naseem Javed. Background Damboora of the film is played by Khair Ali Shahristani.
M Ali Dana told HazaranewsPK they have finalized the film. Its release is pending due to financial problems of HDA. Contributions can be made at Account Number 60382-4, Shabbir Hussain, Habib Bank Limited, Complex Branch Quetta.
HDA presented its first stage show in 1996. It has produced about 26 dramas yet including Mullah e Na Mullah and Londoni, written by Shaheed Hussain Ali Yousafi.
April 29th 2009: Hazaragi Drama Association (HDA) has appealed to Hazara businessmen and affluent members of society to ensure their financial contributions wholeheartedly to the association for releasing successfully the English movie named as “Guiltless” made on merciless target killings of innocent Hazara citizens in Quetta , a press release of HDA made available to this website on Thursday said.
The HDA, has made the televised-film, “Guiltless”, in English language which focused on the current waves of terrorism and brutal target killings of innocent Hazaras who have been fallen victims in the recent waves of acts of terror mercilessly and guiltlessly in Quetta .
The Drama Association has appealed to affluent Hazara tribesmen to contribute financially in favour of