Jannatul Nayeem has been stripped of crown after concealing marriage

DHAKA :Winner of Miss World Bangladesh 2017 Jannatul Nayeem has been stripped of crown after her hidden marriage controversy emerged.

According to the authorities, only unmarried women can participate in the event but the selected model had tied knot in 2013 and got divorced after two months. She was also alleged of breaching the rules by telling a lie for her seat.

Jannatul has lost her legitimacy as the Miss World Bangladesh for concealing information about her, the organizers stated.

Moreover, the organiser crowned runner-up Jessia Islam as the new Miss World Bangladesh.

Lollywood is nothing without the revival of cinema in Lahore

Lahore based producers Fayaz Dada, Imran Mani, Chaudhry Ejaz Kamran and Mian Amjad Farzand established PAC two years ago for the revival of cinema within Lahore. They proclaimed to produce one blockbuster every year.

Producers Alliance Company (PAC) is all set to release a new film after Muharram, despite the fact they previously announced their withdrawal from the Pakistani film industry.

AC has since produced Blind Love with Karachi based director Faisal Bukhari, in late 2016. However, even though various actors were cast in the film and a large amount of money was spent on promotions, it didn’t do too well on the big screen and proved to be a flop.

Kamran, who is a senior member of PAC and also the Chairman of the Pakistan Film Distributors Association, shared that the company had faced a financial loss due to which they decided not to invest in the industry any longer.

Nevertheless, PAC is currently busy preparing for their next venture, “Even though Karachi seems to have taken over in film-making, it is our belief that Lollywood is nothing without the revival of film production in Lahore. We ruled the industry when Lahore was the hub for Pakistani cinema and following that vision, we established PAC,” Kamran told The Express Tribune.

He went on to say, “Us Lahore-based producers have been struggling for two decades for the welfare of our film industry. Even though many others have left due to the crisis situation, we are still here.”

He added, “Yes, we have lost millions and suffered a great loss after our first film Blind Love, but for the love of Lahore and Pakistani cinema, we are ready to produce again. We will soon be announcing the full details of our new project.”

Sharing exclusive information of the new film, Kamran said, “The film will be shot in Pakistan. We guarantee that it will be a feature film as that is PAC’s identity.” He continued, “You come across many producers who create telefilms in the name of feature films, but we are different. A new story and a good cast is our priority.”

“We are trying to encourage old producers to come forward and get back into the film business. We think now there is hope after the recent success of Punjab Nahi Jaungi and Na Maloom Afraad,” Kamran concluded.