A Pakistani film-maker has told Breitbart News how she watches Pakistani movies online from her bedroom, and she has yet to find an app that allows her to watch them on a screen.
“I love Pakistan, I love the country, but I cannot find a app that supports it, or a browser that supports [it],” said Sana Khan, a former journalist who now lives in London.
“That is my only hope.”
“I used to be one of those people who loved Pakistan,” she said.
“Now I’m a little bit sad that the country is becoming more conservative and more conservative in terms of entertainment.
But I am still very happy about Pakistan.”
In October, Khan, who was born in Pakistan but raised in the UK, was working as a journalist at The Times of India when she got a call from an acquaintance who wanted to see her Pakistani film.
She told the acquaintance, “I can’t watch a film from Pakistan.
There are no Pakistani films available online.
I’ve seen a few of them, but none of them are available in the US.
So I thought, ‘What am I missing out on?'”
Her friend replied, “You don’t have to watch the movie online.
You can watch it on your tablet or on your smartphone.””
The next thing I knew I was reading about a Pakistani app called Watch Pakistani.
I was completely taken aback,” Khan said.
Khan, who worked as a freelance journalist for The Times Of India, then decided to try it out.
“After the first time, I knew instantly that I was missing out,” she says.
“The app is very easy to use, the subtitles are good, the sound is great and the movies are not too slow or too fast.
And I’m not in the habit of watching any Pakistani movies, which I feel is a sign of weakness.”
Khan used to love Pakistan.
Now, she is a little sad that it is becoming less conservative and conservative in its entertainment.
But she did not have any doubts.
“It’s not about me.
I love Pakistan and I love to watch Pakistani movies,” she told Breitbart.
“But I can’t find a good app for it.”
Kam, who lives in the United Kingdom, has been watching Pakistani movies since she was 13.
She is an avid movie-goer and a big fan of Pakistani filmmaker Riaz Ahmed’s work.
“I was watching Riaz’s movies when I was 13 and I loved them.
I think I could have watched them if I wanted to.
I loved the whole thing,” Khan says.
When Khan started watching Pakistani films online, she was overwhelmed.
“They were so beautiful and I could not watch them with subtitles.
I couldn’t watch it with subtitles and I couldn