Shamoon Abbasi, Mohib Mirza posted video messages calling for help!
UPDATE: The cast of Ishrat Made in China has appealed to the government of Pakistan to arrange a flight back for the Pakistanis who are stranded in Thailand due to coronavirus lockdown. Shamoon Abbasi and Mohib Miza have posted video messages calling for help as the situation around the world is getting worse due to the pandemic.
Shamoon Abbasi shared that they are having a hard spell away from home and requested the government to help them along with the cast and crew of his upcoming film Ishrat Made in China.
Mohib Mirza also requested the authorities for their help and support.
Pakistani actors Shamoon Abbasi, Mohib Mirza, Sanam Saeed, and Sara Loren are currently stuck in Thailand after all foreign flights were suspended due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The actors were busy in the shoots of their upcoming film ‘Ishrat Made In China’ alongside its 14-member crew and now, they all are waiting for the reopening of flight operations to return to Pakistan.
Taking to Twitter, Shamoon Abbasi asked the followers to pray for them and their families. The Durj actor also requested everyone to follow precautionary measures like responsible citizens.
Listen to what Shamoon Abbasi has to say:
According to Lollywood Films, Shamoon Abbasi has also requested the government to help them to reach Pakistan as soon as possible.
‘we are all safe and healthy here and requesting the government to help us in this regard to reach Pakistan as soon as possible. We also decided to get our corona virus tests on 3rd April. Hope everything goes well.’
In light of the recent spread of COVID-19 cases all over the world, all international and domestic flights have been closed in order to contain the virus.
We are hoping for the safe and timely return of the cast and crew of Ishrat Made in China back to Pakistan.
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