LAHORE - The premier of a documentary on the life and achievements of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto was held at DHA cinema here on Friday evening. Titled, Bhutto, and made by Jessica Hernandez and Johnny OHara, it features interviews with Benazir Bhutto, her husband President Asif Ali Zardari, family members, friends, diplomats and authors of some known books. Though it offers hardly any thing knew for most of the Pakistanis, already familiar with the Bhutto family, yet it is a source of information for the younger generation and the foreigners, not too familiar with Pakistan and its political history. Federal Minister for Information, Qamar Zamam Kaira graced the occasion as chief guest, while other PPP leaders including Sami Ullah Khan, Aurangzeb Burki, Asghar Gujjar, Navid Ch, Azhar Mughal, Azma Zahid Bukhari, Hafeez Malik, Matloob Wariach, Azizur Rehman Chan and Afnan Butt were prominent on the occasion. The two-hour documentary showcases Benazirs tragic story in the context of Pakistans troubled history since independence. Bhutto also throws light on Benazirs strained relationship with the military and the militants and latters role in her assassination. Interviewees include Mark Siegel, Victoria Schofield, Tariq Ali, Ahmad Ispahani, Steve Coll, Christina Lamb, Reza Aslam, Shuja Nawaz, Arianna Huffington, Husain Haqqani, Akbar Ahmed and Wajid Shamsul Hasan, Peter Galbraith, Condolezza Rice and former President Pervez Musharraf. The Bhutto family is also interviewed, including President Asif Ali Zardari, Bakhtawar, Asifa, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, Sanam Bhutto, Fatima Bhutto and Benazirs uncle Ahmad Ispahani. Meanwhile, talking to reporters on the occasion, Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira said that documentaries are made on persons who have a history of struggle against tyranny. He was of the view that with the exception of Bhutto family, there was no other family in Pakistan which had rendered great sacrifices for the country. Commenting on the documentary, he said that it would be good source of inspiration and knowledge for the younger generation. Qamar Zaman said that Pakistan was an unfortunate country for having lost great leaders like Z.A Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto. He said country was already suffering a lot due to this huge loss. at the major independent film showcase in the mountains of Utah in the United States. The film compares the glories and tragedies of the Bhutto family with the story of the Kennedys in America.