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Adnan Shah Tipu’s success at Cannes, Hira, Sarwat, and others is Satisfying, and said you are deserving of all the best.

This week at the festival, the horror film 'In Flames' by Zarrar Kahn will be shown, in which the actor Adnan Shah Tipu has a major role.

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Known for his roles in Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat, Suno Chanda, and Na Maloom Afraad, actor and comedian Adnan Shah Tipu was invited to the Cannes Film Festival for his performance in Zarrar Kahn’s horror thriller In Flames. The entertainment industry and Adnan’s legion of admirers are overjoyed by the news and have taken to social media to express their gratitude and affirm that the actor is deserving of this recognition.

Actress Hira Mani proudly announced on her Instagram Story that actor Adnan’s film was creating waves at the 76th edition of the famous film festival in France. “Wow! You’ve earned this, multitalented genius that you are. I am incredibly pleased with you. She complimented your acting skills with a heart emoji and applause symbols.

Actress Zoya Nasir also spread the word and urged her admirers to celebrate the achievement. She posted on the image-sharing service, “He got a standing ovation. Let’s enjoy being proud Americans while he is, especially in light of what our country is going through. So happy for you, sir!

She proclaimed on her Instagram Story, “Pakistanis are making us proud.” Even Yasir Hussain, who earned rousing applause for his performance, was pleased to have a “Pakistani artist” among the audience.

In Flames, a film chosen for the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes, premiered there on May 19. Inside the theatre where the show took place, an appreciative Adnan was spotted raising a hand. On their Instagram Stories, the rest of the cast posted selfies and pictures from the red carpet. The film’s official Instagram account also boasted that it had garnered a standing ovation at Cannes. There will be screenings of the film in Cannes until May 27.

The last film with a Pakistani setting to screen at Directors’ Fortnight was Jamil Dehlavi’s The Blood of Hussain (1980). Anam Abbas produced In Flames, which is a film on XYZ’s New Visions slate, and Shant Joshi, Todd Brown, and Maxime Cottray served as executive producers. The film features the acting talents of Ramesha Nawal, Bakhtawar Mazhar, Adnan, and Omair Javaid, all of whom play female roles.

In Flames is the riveting story of a mother and daughter whose lives are turned upside down as people from their past, both real and otherworldly, return to cause havoc in their present. When their precarious survival is threatened, they must draw on the power of their friendship to survive the perilous circumstances. In challenging patriarchal traditions, this horror film investigates issues of women’s empowerment.

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