In November last year, Pakistan's renowned director Nabeel Qureshi and producer Fiza Ali Mirza announced that the duo will be working on two films in the year 2020, including 'Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad' and 'Fatman'.
While the film 'Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad' was completed this year, the film 'Fatman' may not be released this year.
Film director Nabil Qureshi has announced on social networking site Twitter that he will not be able to continue shooting for the film Fatman due to growing fear of the Coronavirus.
In his tweet, he wrote that "in keeping with the horror about the Coronavirus, the FilmWala Pictures have decided that they are postponing the shooting of their film Fatman."
“Surrounded by concern regarding COVID-19, We at FilmWala Pictures have made the decision to postpone the shoot of our film "Fatman" We take the health and safety of our crew and actors seriously, In the meanwhile let’s pray for a healthier and safer world #coronavirusinpakistan— Nabeel Qureshi (@nabeelqureshi) March 17, 2020
He further wrote that "he is serious about the health of his cast and the rest of the team. At this point, we should all pray for a safer world."
Ahmad Ali Butt shared the first poster of the film with the fans a few months ago and expressed his happiness overplaying the lead role in the film.