A Pakistani film co-developed with China showing the JF-17 fighter jet and citing a dogfight with the Dead-2000 premiered by the Indian Air Force in Beijing on Wednesday.
The first Pakistani film to be released in China in decades, Parvaaz Hai Junoon (The Dear Ambition) will hit theaters on November 13.
He was released in May 1951, at the beginning of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Pakistan.
Chinese official media reported that the 2018 film JF-17 – a fourth generation fighter jet – jointly developed between China and Pakistan – and the French-built Mirage-2000, deployed by the Indian Air Force and used during the Kargil war. Comparison noted in 1999.
In one of the battles that took place at the beginning of the film, the Pakistan Air Force depicts three Mirage-2000 battles, which took place in the eastern sector.
Later in the film, Pakistani fighter pilots are also seen attacking the Taliban.
President Tabloid Global Times said in a report on the premiere of the film, “A preview of the film gives a stunning presentation of a JF-17, a fourth-generation fighter jointly developed by China and Pakistan. The nationalist tabloid Global Times said in a report on the film’s premiere.
In the film, an Air Force Academy teacher asks students to compare the JF-17 with the Mirage 2000. One student responds that J.F. There are three benefits to 17, including flexibility and safety and being commended by the teacher, ”the report said.
The release of the film comes against the backdrop of deteriorating Sino-Indian relations amid the ongoing border clashes in eastern Ladakh.
Chinese official media hailed the release as a sign of closer ties between China and Pakistan.
Moin ul Haq, Pakistan’s ambassador to China, who attended the premiere, was quoted as saying that more Pakistani films and TV dramas were released here to help the Chinese people better understand Pakistani culture and strengthen the friendship between the two countries. Will go
The agreement to bring the film to the mainland was signed in April 2019 at a China-Pakistan Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum during the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation.
Chinese state media reports have revealed that Deering Ambition will be the first Pakistani film to be released in China in decades.
Hindi films made by Bollywood have audiences in China despite Sino-Indian relations.
Aamir Khan-starrer Dangal, for example, was a sudden hit in China in 2017, grossing over 200 200 million and became the highest grossing English film here.
In October, the entertainment portal Variety.com reported that work was underway to support some low-budget Sino-Pakistani films.
The report states that The Journey was announced at a ceremony attended by actor Jackie Chan at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Film Festival, a real-life Chinese company participating in international trade with Pakistan through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Tells business stories. – Part of the Belt and Road Initiative – Multi-billion dollar package of infrastructure projects in the country by Beijing.