KARACHI: One of Pakistan’s leading school network The City School, is partnering with two-time Academy Award-winning director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s ‘3 Bahadur - The Revenge of Baba Balaam’.
The sequel to Pakistan’s first animated feature film ‘3 Bahadur’ was launched at a star-studded ceremony at a cinema in Karachi.
Shehryar Ahmad, Regional Director of The City School for the Southern Region, while speaking at the launch said, "Pakistan’s leading private school network, The City School (TCS), is proud to partner with Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s ‘3 Bahadur - The Revenge of Baba Balaam’. TCS believes in inculcating values to our students, and ‘3 Bahadur 2’ exemplifies the values of unity, love and cooperation. TCS will be organising special screenings of the film across Pakistan."
Ahmad spoke about the importance of inspiring children with positive role models who are Pakistani.
The launch was attended by a star-studded cast including Ahmed Ali Butt, Sarwat Gilani and DJ Khalid Malik along with film producer Wajahat Rauf, representatives from SOC Films, ARY Films, other sponsors and members of the media.
The City School is one Pakistan’s leading private school network, with nearly 200 schools in 52 cities across the nation. Established in Karachi in 1978, The City School continues to expand its reach to meet the demands for quality education. The knowledge and skills-based curriculum derived from the UK national curriculum guides students from Nursery to Cambridge International Examinations, qualifying them for the IGCSE, and O and A Level examinations. The uniform implementation of the curriculum gives parents, students, and teachers the advantage of a smooth and efficient transfer from one school to another within the system.