The film was awarded with Best Audience Award at National Film Festival For Talented Youth Washington, US.
Filmmakers Muhammad Danish, writer and director, and Atiqullah, producer of the short film, are students at Iqra University, the leading private Pakistani management institute.
The 20-minute short film basically involves around idea of assessing social, psychological and economical affects of people from tribal areas of Pakistan.
The film identified problems that families face after becoming victims of drone missiles.
Besides, it unearths line of action of terrorists groups adopt to use victim families for their vested interests.
Despite being chosen for awards, both the students couldn’t be able to attend the award ceremony. They applied for US visa twice but rejected by US Embassy.
“If we get visa then it would be quite easy and helpful to frame our point of view in front of selected youth film makers,” Danish said.
“The film gained interest from the audience across the globe compelling festival administrators to give Audience Award to the film.”