A beautiful movie – ‘Mah-e-Mir‘, a story of a poet that showcases the struggle of a contemporary poet. The film narrates life events of great poet Meer Taqi Meer. The film required a bit of indulgence of viewers for its real appreciation.
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Saya-e-Khuda-e-Zuljalal leaves a positive mark & you definitely shouldn’t miss out on!
The much-awaited movie for a simple reason, its different, its patriotic and it has a great star cast, and fortunately, the movie has succeeded in leaving a lasting impression. The demanding plot and the edgy, gritty and raw situations, perfectly recreate the 1965 war sequence.
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Dobara Phir Se Review: the film we’ve been waiting for
Dobara Phir Sey is a strikingly different production for the Pakistani film industry – and a refreshingly good one too.
A simple story about the imperfections and complications of modern-day love and relationships, Dobara Phir Sey (DPS) is very, very different, as simple as the story may be, it is a powerful script, executed beautifully.
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Lahore se Aagey . . . The most honest review after the premier
The movie lacked only one thing. . . “EVERYTHING”.
Apologies to all who may feel offended due to whatever is written, but what a normal guy felt while watching this movie is “This one is the most senseless movie ever made”.
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Saba Qamar, Irrfan Khan-starrer ‘Hindi Medium’ to release on March 31, 2017
Saba said, “Bollywood is a whole new ballgame and had an amazing experience working with all of them” and while shooting for her film in India the team made her “feel very much at home.”
Hindi Medium revolves around the lives of a middle-class couple settled in Chandni Chowk, Delhi. Saba plays Irrfan’s imposing and chirpy wife.
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Armeena Khan fans, you’re in luck!
Armeena Khan from Bin Roye has signed another TV serial, Rasm-e-Duniya featuring Javed Sheikh, Samina Peerzada and Sami Khan.
“I am coming back to television after two years. Armeena has a number of future projects lined up which include upcoming Pakistani film, Yalghaar, British sci-fi film, The Achilles Protocol and another international feature film.
Directed by Ali Hassan, produced by Big Bang Entertainment, written by Qaisra Hayat, Be Aib aired on Urdu 1. Be Aib is the story of three siblings – Shahana (Ismat Zaidi), Sadaf (Samina Peerzada) and Safi (Tariq Jameel). Shahana has lived in the US for the past few years but has returned to Pakistan. Even though Shahana is affluent, she doesn’t discriminate between her siblings. Sadaf shares a similar social status as Shahana but unfortunately it seems to have gotten to her head. Sadaf doesn’t think much of her brother Safi as he hasn’t enjoyed the same fortunes his sisters have. While Shahana welcomes him with open arms, Sadaf mocks him for his low class mindset.
Finally the drams Shehrnaaz is all ready to be aired on Urdu on 2nd November 2016 at 8:00 pm. The upcoming drama on URDU 1 has Ayeza Khan in the lead role and she looks like a diva. The pictures from the sets reveal that Ayeza has complete revamp her look, for this serial and also for surprising her fans. Shehrnaaz is being released under the banner of Mastermind Productions, it is being produced by Danish Taimoor and directed by Ahmed Kamran. The drama will be featuring Ayeza Khan, Komal Iqbal, Farhan Malhi and many more.
The OST and trailers of the play show that Ayeza Khan’s heart will be broken by the boy she is madly in love with. This incidence will force her to transform into a successful woman, all set for vengeance!
The three male leads alongside Ayeza Khan are Alyy Khan, Imran Ashraf, and Farhan Malhi.
The Drama Parizad is about a pretty and young girl whose passion is to study. As the girl belongs to a middle class family therefore does not have sufficient funds to continue her education. So for collecting money for her studies she teaches in a school and also gives tuition to neighborhood girl.
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