According to details, the minister was on a visit to British Film of Institute in London where he met with institute’s senior officials and discussed possible future collaboration in the media industry.
He further discussed cooperation with officials of BFI to create a fund for film, certification and training.
Sharing that Pakistan has been in talks with British companies which are setting up big media houses in Britain and Malaysia, he added that these firms are facing a shortage of man power.
“Pakistan could export skilled workers of film industry to United Kingdom which was currently facing shortage of skilled worker,” the minister hinted.
Praising the pristine natural beauty of his home country, Fawad Chaudhry also invited British and Hollywood actors to shoot their films in Pakistan.