Pakistani Version of Netflix is Ready to be Launched: Claims Fawad Chaudhry

 Pakistani Version of Netflix is Ready to be Launched: Claims Fawad Chaudhry

The Federal Minister of Science and Technology dumbfounded the nation by giving the big news via Twitter that a Pakistani version of Netflix is in the pipeline. The announced news would have been an enchanting rumour but the Federal Minister of Science and Technology, Fawad Chaudhry broke the news via his official Twitter account. Pakistani Version of Netflix is Ready to be Launched: Claims Fawad Chaudhry.

Several web series and banned content stuck in a duct and a Pakistani version of Netflix would be a looked-for virtual platform indeed. It sounds like Fawad Chaudhry has been busy behind the curtains to launch one of the massive projects of Pakistan. It would be damn exciting!

Pakistani Version of Netflix is Ready to be Launched: Claims Fawad Chaudhry

Chaudhry, took to Twitter on Friday to divulge the startling news. It would be a first of its kind, the over-the-top (OTT) platform that will be accessible to the audience soon. He revealed the particulars of the technical aspect of the platform that has been finalized.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) has been approached to interlaced guidelines for the content that will be curtained on the medium without rousing any controversy among the strata.

The tone of the science and technology minister was very positive and exhilarating, as the desi medium is ready to boom and rock. Let’s see! Though the idea seems super great, nevertheless, Twitter had some qualms. Here’s what they have to say…

At least five Pakistani original series that are getting fame on the international spectrum had been picked up by an Indian streaming giant ZEE5. Meanwhile, many Pakistani artists were in favour of a local OTT platform.

Celebrities and People have Different Opinions Regarding this News!

The director of a rave web content Churails, Asim Abbasi expressed his views about desi-Netflix

According to Express Tribune, he had said,

“Streaming platforms give power back to content creators. Their mandate of diversification allows for new voices to come to the forefront. It’s a huge stepping stone in the right direction. I expect a lot of visionary, experimental film-makers from Pakistan will turn to the web in the coming years.

And, we are now impatiently waiting for a Pakistani version of the media service provider Netflix.

Also Read: Fawad Chaudhry Opposes PTA’s Decision to Ban Popular Game PUBG in Pakistan

Digiqole ad

Don't Miss