Oscar-winning movie producer Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy's mindfulness arrangement Aagahi has made it to the universal celebration Cannes Lions 2019. It has been shortlisted for 66th Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity under the 'Maintainable Development Goals Lions in the Gender Equality' classification. The battle expects to instruct ladies about their legitimate rights in Pakistan. Chinoy shared the news on Instagram and said she is extremely pleased with her group. In the course of recent months, SOC Films has discharged a progression of short enlivened movies in Urdu in a joint effort with Womens Action Forum. Aagahi reveals insight into various issues relating to ladies including abusive behavior at home, digital harassing and separation.
“Delighted to announce that Aagahi (our campaign for awareness of women’s rights) has been shortlisted for @Cannes_lions 2019 in Sustainable Development Goals Lions, Gender Equality category! Super proud of SOC Films’ team and thanks to Women Action Forum @aaj.tv & @fm91.official Pakistan,” she wrote in the post shared on her Instagram page.
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Delighted to announce that 'Aagahi' ( our campaign for awareness of womens rights) has been shortlisted for @cannes_lions 2019 in the Sustainable Development Goals Lions, Gender Equality category! Super proud of SOC Films' team and thanks to Womens Action Forum @aaj.tv & @fm91.official Pakistan #SOCFilms #Aagahi #CannesLions
Entertainer Amna Ilyas has loaned her voice to the public campaign. Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity brings the innovative interchanges industry together consistently to learn, organize and commend each other's work. The honor function will occur on June 21 to report the champs.
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, born on 12 November 1978, is a Pakistani writer, movie producer and activist. She is known for her work in movies that feature the disparity with ladies. She is the beneficiary of two Academy Awards, six Emmy Awards and a Lux Style Award. In 2012, the Government of Pakistan regarded her with the Hilal-I-Imtiaz, the second most noteworthy regular citizen respect of the nation, and Time magazine named her one of the 100 most persuasive individuals on the planet. She is the main female movie executive to have won two institute grants by the time of 37.