Islamabad (Adnan Hameed): The High Commission of Malaysia in Islamabad hosted a remarkable ASEAN Movie Night, drawing a large and diverse audience. Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Ata Tarar, graced the event as the Chief Guest. The screening featured the blockbuster film ‘PASKAL’ and was attended by ambassadors from ASEAN countries, along with numerous guests from various walks of life.

In his opening remarks, the High Commissioner of Malaysia, Ambassador Mohamed Azhar Mazlan, warmly welcomed the guests and highlighted the strong relationship between Pakistan and Malaysia. He provided an overview of ‘PASKAL’, a film that showcases the valiant operations of the Malaysian Navy.

A story of true piracy based on an elite unit of the Royal Malaysian Navy’s mission. Naval unit PASKAL is among the most elite special forces in Malaysia. But all bets are off when one of its own stages a hijacking. It was Based on true events.

The High Commissioner expressed his gratitude to the ASEAN ambassadors for supporting and attending the event. He extended special thanks to the Ambassador of the Philippines, Maria, for her initiative in organizing the ASEAN Movie Night. He expressed his hope that such cultural events would continue to be a regular feature in Islamabad, fostering greater cultural understanding and cooperation.

The evening concluded with a delightful serving of authentic Malaysian cuisine, including fried rice, fried beehon, spicy chickpeas, fried banana balls, and Ice Cream Malaysia. This enhanced the cultural experience for attendees by offering them a taste of Malaysia’s rich culinary heritage.

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