Private screening of Jemima Khan’s film, art by Misha Japanwala being auctioned for Sindh flood relief efforts

Published 01 Sep, 2022 04:44pm

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Fatima and Zulfikar Bhutto's Indus Relief 2022 is auctioning several experiences to raise funds for people affected by the floods in upper Sindh.

The Indus Relief 2022, a relief initiative set up by author Fatima Bhutto, her brother and artist Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr and Menaal Munshey, is auctioning experiences to raise money for flood victims in Pakistan.

Among the many experiences being auctioned is a private screening of Jemima Khan’s new film What’s Love Got To Do With It and an hour in the studio with British musician and producer Nitin Sawhney.

Also up for auction is original artwork by Misha Japanwala, Zulfikar, Abdullah Qureshi, Hiba Schahbaz, Naizah Khan and couture by Shahmir Sanni. VIP tickets for Goodwood Revival, a motorcar race, and a horse race are also being offered.

A chance to have author Elizabeth Day name a character after you in her next book is also being auctioned, as are signed and personalised books from Fatima herself.

In a previously announced collaboration, the Indus Relief and The Writing Room are also hosting a writing masterclass with author Mohsin Hamid, the proceeds of which will be donated to flood relief efforts.

Pakistan has been struck hard by the floods and over 30 million people have been displaced. If you want to donate to flood relief efforts in Pakistan, you can also consider one of the organisations on our extensive list.