Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Pakistani Film “Carma” Picked Up by Hollywood Distribution Company

“Carma”, the first indigenously produced Pakistani film has been picked up by a Hollywood-based distribution company, Porter & Craig film and media distribution, and is set for a U.S. and global release.

The Beverly Hills-based distribution company, which has previously distributed major Hollywood films like “Maleficent,” “Toy Story 4,” “Star Wars”, “Mulan,” and “North Star,” is known for its commitment to high-quality films and will include “Carma” in its annual slate of 50 to 100 films.

“Carma” is a New Age Revenge Crime Thriller shot entirely in and around cars and based on a car kidnapping. The film meets Hollywood’s stringent quality standards, featuring a talented cast including Adnan Siddiqui, Navin Waqar, Zhalay Sarhadi, Osama Tahir, Paras Masroor, Umer Aalam, Vajdaan Shah, and Lili Caseley.

The film’s sound, VFX, and post-production were entirely done locally at Dream Station Productions, highlighting the Pakistani film industry’s capability to deliver international-quality productions. “Carma” tells the story of a man who is abducted and held hostage in his car by three members of a dangerous gang. But what appears to be a straight-forward kidnapping turns out to be an intricate tale of deception, vengeance, and retribution.

The film takes audiences on a thrilling ride full of twists and turns, set against the backdrop of the Karachi cityscape. “We are thrilled to have our film picked up by Porter & Craig,” said Kashan Admani the director of “Carma” and CEO of Dream Station Productions. “This is a significant achievement for the Pakistani film industry, and we’re excited to showcase our work to a global audience.”

The release details for “Carma” are yet to be announced, but it is expected to hit theaters in the US and worldwide soon.

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