PEOPLE can experience Kashmiri culture and Pahari-Pothohari language as a new film is showcased at a Bradford cinema.

The film cast and crew will be bringing ‘Miki Kharo Kashmir’ to the The Light Cinema in Bradford for a community premiere.

Stars of the film include Iftikhar Thakur, Shahzada Ghafar, Shahnaz Khan, Babar Hameed, Anjum Malik, Zafar Iqbal and Sonia Khan.

The independent film is described as a heart touching and entertaining story about a man named Aslam, who wants to better his life.

Zafar Iqbal, actor and filmmaker, said: “After the successful screenings in Rochdale, Luton and Birmingham we are now excited to take the film to Bradford. I believe it’s very important for the new generation to stay in touch with their roots and what a better way than to raise the awareness through moving image with entertainment.

“We are looking forward to take this historical movie to Bradford to entertain, raise awareness and meet the people of Bradford.” 

Taking place at 6pm on January 24, the cinematic event will raise funds for Kashmir Orphans Relief Trust (KORT). 

The charity provides new clothes, fresh meals, toys and other treats for children in need.

It is also running an emergency appeal for Gaza.

The Bradford community premiere is free to attend, but people will still need an invitation to attend.

Seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. 

For tickets contact Kashmiri Productions on 07730004498.