Monday, February 17, 2020



Syed Muhammad Asad

Associated Press Service

ISLAMABAD: Nov 29,2017-‘’ Aliens are coming to Pakistan, only Pakistani teenage girl can save planet earth’’. This is theme of new Pakistani animated movie series ‘’ TEETOO AND TANIA’’. The lunching ceremony was held at National Press Club Islamabad at 29 November.

The concept of the series is novelistic and entertaining with powerful message of ethics. It’s basically for children’s. It’s educating to children about national hood. Movie covers at that time there is much negativity about Pakistan on mainstream media.


Leading singer Mr.Haroon with Chaudhry Ahsan Premee Chief editor Associated Press Service during launching ceremony new Pakistani animated movie series ‘’ TEETOO AND TANIA” at National Press Club Islamabad.

This movie show aims to highlight Pakistani heroes and role models to inspire youth of Pakistan. Furthermore the movie presents a positive image of Pakistan to the world. This movie series is consisting of 16 episodes and episodes are featured as different Pakistani hero or role models life, his/her struggles and achievements.

‘’Teetoo and Tania’’ highlights the Abdul Sattar edhi who is considered one of the world’s greatest humanitarians. Other hero role is Atizaz hasan a school boy who sacrificed his life to prevent a suicide bomber attacking a school. The movie is having well known hero’s including Muniba mazari, Mushtaq chappra (founder of TCF), Dr.Ruth and many others.

 The ‘’TEETOO AND TANIA’’ movie series is produce by the unicorn black production house which headed by famous Pakistani singer Haroon, and in ceremony of lunching he said that ‘’ this show positives of Pakistan and this all movie is produced by Pakistanis. The quality of the movie is compete with international productions, and it’s also will be prove to the Europeans animation world that Pakistani have great talent on animation movies also.

‘’ TEETOO AND TANIA’’ is scheduled for play on Pakistan Television. • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes