Oslo–The first Hazaragi telefilm in English “Guiltless” was launched in Norway with a premier show at Cinemateket on August 29. About 400 people attended the show. Audience enthusiastically watched the firstever Hazaragi drama in English. “Guiltless” is produced by Hazaragi Drama Association in Quetta Pakistan. The telefilm is themed at target killing of Hazaras in Pakistan.
At the end of the film, a poll of “Best Actor/Actress” was conducted. The little child star, Batool gained the highest votes from audience. At the conclusion of the show a clip about the founder of Hazaragi theater, Shaheed Yousafi, was played. His different dramas were highlighted. The hall echoed with laughter watching Shaheed Yousafi in a dialogue scene of “Haal Khatu”. Later people were with teared eyes, when the clip ended with Shaheed Yousafi’s body on shoulders of people taken towards Hazara Graveyard in Quetta, Pakistan.
The speakers including Arif Joya, Eng. Ali Raza and Ustaad Hamza Waezi talked at the end of the show. Arif Joya condemned the continued target killing of Hazaras in Quetta Pakistan. Ustaad Waezi, a teacher of Hazara history and culture in Norway, talked about the importance of arts and theater.
Announcer of the show Hafiz Arefi, and manager of the program Musakhan Sultani thanked the audience for their keen interest coming from different cities of Norway.
At the conclusion, the announcer and other organizers were awarded gifts including books of Hazaragi poetry.The show was organized in Norway by Manji Arts Group. “Guiltless” will soon be released in other European countries, Australia, Canada and America.