The teaser of the film “Chaudhry” based on the life of martyred SSP Chaudhry Aslam, known as Encounter Specialist, has been released.
Martyr SSP Chaudhry Aslam was a brave officer of the Karachi Police Department who was considered a symbol of fear for terrorists.
His bravery and courage can be gauged from the fact that even after the attack on his house, he declared war on terrorists. On this occasion, his historical phrase “terrorists have tried to put their hands in the mouth of a lion” became famous.
The unparalleled services of Shaheed Chaudhry Aslam for peace in Karachi cannot be forgotten. Chaudhry Aslam, known as the lion of the police, had a unique style.
To pay tribute to him, a film is being made on his journey from early life to martyrdom, the first teaser of which has been released.
Tariq Islam Khan is playing the role of Shaheed Chaudhry Aslam in the film ‘Chaudhry’ directed by renowned director Azim Sajjad.
Other characters include well-known actors Arbaaz Khan, Asfar Mani, Shimon Abbasi, Adnan Shah Tipu and well-known model Zara Abid. While Nihalaj is the producer of the film. The story of the film is written by Zeeshan Junaid.
Director Azeem Sajjad while talking to Express News about the film in the past had said that the purpose of making the film ‘Chaudhry’ is to pay homage to Shaheed Chaudhry Aslam.
In the film, actor Arbaaz Khan is playing the role of former SSP Rao Anwar while Shimon Abbasi is playing the role of Shaheed Chaudhry Aslam’s driver. The film seeks to highlight the services of the martyr in overcoming the law and order situation in Karachi. The director also said that 90% of the film was shot in Karachi and 10% in Abbottabad.
According to the director, the film tries to show the life of Chaudhry Aslam as well as special events that took place in Karachi and the film is being made in such a way that not only the people of Pakistan but also people outside Pakistan will see.
The film also hired regular police special service units to train the actors.
It should be noted that Shaheed Chaudhry Aslam, who was considered a symbol of fear for terrorists, was martyred on January 9 in a terrorist attack on Lyari Expressway.
The film ‘Chaudhry’, made under the banner of ‘Lodge Production’, is expected to be released in 2021.