Islamabad, PAKISTAN (Khyber Mail): As China and Pakistan mark the first decade of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a significant cinematic milestone is set to hit the screens tomorrow. “Ba’tie Girl,” the first Sino-Pak feature film, celebrates the enduring friendship between the people of Pakistan and China.
Directed by Hunarkada Films of Pakistan and coproduced by China Film Administration, “Ba’tie Girl” brings to life the heartwarming story of a young and determined girl from a small village in Pakistan who aspires to be a football star. The film’s title, “Ba’tie Girl,” translates to “Dost Larki” in Urdu, highlighting the essence of friendship at its core.
Set to release in cinemas on August 4 (Friday), the film features a talented cast including Wang Jia Jia, Shaiza Chana, Suraj Arman Khan, Yue Ye, Asif Shah, and others, as they bring the inspiring narrative to the big screen.
The film not only marks a creative collaboration between China and Pakistan but also serves as a symbol of the strong cultural and social ties that bind the two nations together. As both countries celebrate the successful partnership of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, “Ba’tie Girl” further strengthens the spirit of friendship and cooperation.
Through this cinematic venture, “Ba’tie Girl” aims to showcase the dreams, talents, and aspirations of the people of Pakistan while emphasizing the unity and support between the two neighboring nations.
Movie enthusiasts in both Pakistan and China eagerly await the release of “Ba’tie Girl,” which promises to be a compelling and heartwarming tale of friendship, dreams, and the pursuit of excellence on the football field.