The cast and crew of Ishrat Made in China was previously stuck in Thailand due to the coronavirus travel ban.
Sara Loren and Shamoon Abbasi were filming Ishrat Made in China when the quarantine and travel ban ensued. The cast was stranded abroad as no flights would be coming back.
With the help of the Pakistani Government, Shamoon Abbasi updated his twitter with good news, thanking the Prime Minister Imran Khan, and officials, "Would like to thank the Pakistani ambassador, Mr. Ifthikar, Colonel Humayun, Atiqa Odho and Mr. Rashid Khwaja, that made our evacuation possible," the Ishrat team will be departing from Bangkok Airport at 3 pm on Tuesday, 14th April via a special flight organised by the government of Pakistan.
Similarly, Sara Loren issued a statement showing gratitude to Pakistani Authorities as well for making their trip home possible. The cast of Ishrat Made in China is inclusive of Shamoon Abbasi, Sara Loren, Imam Said, Mohib Mirza and Sanam Saeed, they had been stuck in Bangkok after the rapid impending threat of COVID-19 and appealed to the government, who in turn organised their safe return. We hope to see them back in Pakistan in good health, and all the necessary precautionary measures taken upon arrival.