KARACHI, June 21: The first film show for special children, to be participated by more than 700 special children, will be held at the Nishat Cinema on Saturday.

The show has been organized jointly by eminent artist and social worker, Jimmy Engineer and SADA Welfare Trust. The Mandviwallas, who own Nishat Cinema, have offered its services free of cost.

This is for the first time in Pakistan that special children will view the film collectively in a cinema and according to

Ms Fawzia of Sada, efforts are being made to extend this programme to other cities as well.

The children will view Rush Hour II and according to the programme, the concerned institute will provide transportation and refreshments to the children.—PPI

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