Filmmaker Sahara Karimi was seen running on the streets of Kabul

Karimi was the first female director of the Afghan Film Organization

Filmmaker Sahara Karimi was seen running on the streets of Kabul
The filmmaker, had written an open letter on the situation in Afghanistan

Sahara Karimi, the famous Afghan filmmaker, had written an open letter on the situation in Afghanistan recently, in which she described the situation in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, she has also shared a video on her Instagram in which she is seen running on the streets of Kabul. He recorded the video and told the situation there. She told that on August 15, she had reached the bank to withdraw money, even after waiting for a long time, she did not get the money. Suddenly bullets started firing outside.

When gunshots started coming outside, the bank manager asked Karimi to leave. The manager told him that the Taliban have come very close, so you should leave from here. Karimi told that after this the bank manager opened the back door and took me out of there and I ran away from there. Karimi has now left Kabul and is currently in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.

In her open letter, Karimi also wrote that the situation in Afghanistan, it is necessary that these events be documented, so that in the coming times, the world does not forget this difficult time of Afghanistan. Because it's creepy. Through the letter, Karimi appealed to the film community around the world to raise their voice against the Taliban. Karimi's letter also went viral on social media. According to reports, Sahara Karimi has made famous films like Hawa, Maryam, Ayesha. These films have been told about the lives of women in Afghanistan. Karimi was the first female director of the Afghan Film Organization.