Pakistan and Uzbekistan are developing a film about the first Mughal emperor, Zaheer ud din Babar. The mission of this project is to educate both young generations about the ties between the two countries. The premier said films on Mirza Ghalib, Allama Iqbal, and Imam Bukhari would connect the people of the two regions together.
During his trip to Tashkent, the premier signed several memoranda of understanding and agreements. The Babar dynasty ruled India for 300 years, he said. The time was when India was regarded as “one of the richest” places in the world. Khan said that this is the beginning of a strong cultural exchange between the two countries.
Source: Daily Pakistan