Flight operations in several countries have also been suspended due to the rapid spread of the Coronavirus worldwide, leading to the cast of Pakistan's soon-to-be-released film, Ishrat Made In China.
The shooting for the film 'Ishrat Made In China' began when the World Health Organization did not even declare the Coronavirus a global pandemic.
Shamoon Abbasi, who played the lead role in the film, told that 'half of the film's team arrived in Thailand at the end of February this year;
According to Shamoon Abbasi, "When we arrived in Thailand, things started to get tougher. First, the virus spread to China, after which it engulfed the Western countries and then spread to Pakistan." ۔
He said that Mani, Hassan Sheheryar Yasin, Ali Kazmi, and Mustafa Chaudhry returned to Pakistan but the flight of the rest of the cast was on March 25, but by then the airports were closed.
According to the actor, he is now waiting for April 4 so that he can return to Pakistan.
Actress Sanam Saeed also confirmed that she was safe in Thailand with the rest of the film team.
Says Shamoon Abbasi, "We are close to a jungle 4 hours drive from Bangkok but this place is quite safe".
The actor said that even though the cast of the film was present in Thailand, he was subjected to severe criticism.
Shamoon Abbasi said that the fans questioned why he had left his family in this difficult time and finally went to Thailand. And there is concern that the number of Corona victims is increasing rapidly in Pakistan too”.
Be aware that the movie 'Ishrat Made In China' is being directed by Mohib Mirza and its release is expected this year.