Islamabad: All Pakistan Chinese Overseas Youth Federation (APCOYF) in collaboration with Dolphin Communication staged comedy play `Shugal-e-Azam (the great humour)’ here at the Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA).
The comedy play is based on a humorous drama was or fun lovers and youth of twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
Written and Directed by Asma Butt and produced by Ammad Butt, the story of the play revolves around the duties of a king who is kidnapped and replaced by untrained people and the drama starts when he makes the wrong decisions and creates disturbance among his people.
The play is dedicated to the unemployed youth and depressed persons to get recreational opportunities and quality entertainment in the federal capital.
The play was been sponsored by All Pakistan Chinese Overseas Youth Federation as a token of friendly relations between Pakistan and China and bridging the gap between the cultures of both countries.
The event was aimed at bringing quality event for entertainment and discourse to the twin cities. Through soft expressions of performing art, the play had a message for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan that everyone should play a positive role to take the country out of crisis.