‘Zinda Bhaag’ to enter Oscars race

Showbiz Pakistan‘Zinda Bhaag’ to enter Oscars race

LAHORE: Bollywood actor Naseeruddin Shah-starrer “Zinda Bhaag” has been selected as the first Pakistani film in over 50 years to be submitted for Oscar consideration in the ‘Foreign Language Film Award’ category at the 86th Academy Awards.

The film has already won four awards in three different categories at the Mosaic MISAFF festival held in Toronto.

Zinda Bhaag was selected for the Oscars by means of a ballot, conducted by the members of Pakistani Academy Selection Committee. Other films that were put under consideration during the voting process included ‘Chambeli’, ‘Josh’ and ‘Lamha’.

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