Well-known Pakistani actress Ayesha Omar is all praise for Pakistan’s first Netflix original ‘SITARA: LET GIRLS DREAM’.
Ayesha Omar took to Instagram to share her thoughts about the film.
SITARA: LET GIRLS DREAM, the silent short animated film is written and directed by the two-time Academy Award-winning director, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.
Moreover, it revolves around a 14-year-old girl who dreams about becoming a pilot she faces family burdens and cultural barriers.
Ayesha Omar Writes On Instagram:
The actress wrote, “Sitara was beautiful. It managed to captivate every single person in the hall watching it for every single second of it.
It brought everyone to tears in a matter of moments. Not just super emo ones like me.”
She further said, “With a fantastic background score made with all kinds of indigenous instruments, brilliant direction, excellent animation, meticulously developed characters, dealing with a subject very close to my heart: child marriages and girl-children robbed of their childhoods.”
The starlet lauded Chinoy whom she says have outdone themselves.
“No wonder it won 3 awards at LAAF and picked up by Netflix, the first one out of Pakistan.
So so proud of our very own Super-hero Sharmeen for another first.”
“Well done Salman Iqbal, Jerjees Seja and the entire team behind this moving piece.
I highly recommend it to everyone – kids, adults and the elderly,” she concluded.
Ayesha attended the premiere of Sitara in Karachi.
However, the film is available on Netflix, in over 190 countries!