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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Chambaili Public Review | 24-4-2013 to 27-4-2013

Chambaili (Cinema Listing and Timing)

KARACHI: Atrium, Universe Cineplex, Capri, Bambino
LAHORE: Gulistan, Plaza, Sozo, Super (Royal Palm), PAF, DHA Cinema, Cinestar, Cine Gold
GUJRANWALA: Prince Cinepax, Zinco
FAISALABAD: Cine One, Taj Mahal, Nagina
MULTAN: Dream Land, Capri 
RAWALPINDI: Arena, Cinepax, Ciros
GUJRAT: Faisal

Released on 26th April 2013 Nationwide

Chambaili (2013) - (Movie Voting)

Chambaili (Movie Voting) 
How would you rate the movie as a complete package? Rate the movie keeping in mind each and every aspect of it, for instance, its music, marketing, dialogue deliveries, direction and everything that was part of the movie.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Madventures – 26th April (Ep 10)

Madventures – 26th April (Ep 10)

Chambaili Team in Morning with Sahir

Chambaili Team in Morning with Sahir (26th April)

Living on the Edge (S4) (25th Apr) (Ep 13)

Living on the Edge, S4 - 25th April – Ep 13 (Dailymotion Link)

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Abhi toh mein jawaan hoon (Tarang Housefull Telefilm)

This is a Love Story of Faisal Qureshi and Zehra. Faisal Qureshi is a struggling actor and has been working as Assistant Director for last 4 years in the industry in order to find any chance or opportunity in any film. Zehra, a daughter of a well established businessman Shakeel Badooq-wala, asks Faisal to talk to her father and ask for her hand otherwise she will marry any of the guy of her father’s choice. Faisal Qureshi meets Shakeel Badooq-wala and pretends himself as General Manager of any well know Hotel in the town and leaves good impression before Shakeel Bandooq-wala.
Now, to keep this lie alive, Faisal Qureshi hops-in the Hotel which is run by three middle aged charming ladies Siddiqa Bano, Titi and Tanveer. Faisal Qureshi manages to place the fake degrees and gets to know that the only condition to attain this job is to be older around 60 years as this condition is set by the ladies themselves. Faisal disguises as for 60 years old man and gets the job in time.
Now, the plot takes another turn where these three ladies are in love with old Faisal. The scenario is as to how Faisal Qureshi manages to get rid of Siddiqa, Titi and Tanveer and as to how he conquers his own Love, Zehra.
Abhi toh mein jawaan hoon (Full Telefilm)

2 Indian Films abandoned due to the release of 4 Pakistani Films on EID UL FITAR

Distributors and exhibitors in Pakistan have abandoned Shah Rukh Khan-starrer ‘Chennai Express’ and Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai – 2. Both were slated to release on the day of Eid, August 8, in the country. The reason being cited is that Pakistani filmmakers want four of their films- JoshIshq Khuda,Waar and Mein Hoon Shahid Afridi - to get more visibility than the Indian films.

Leading distributor Abdul Rashid, who controls a large section of the distribution chain across the border, and has been in touch with the producers of Chennai Express and Once Upon…, UTV and Balaji, respectively, communicated the decision to the two production houses.

Expressing disappointment with the developments, a source said, “Theatres in Pakistan generate maximum revenue from Hindi films. So it is really sad that this time, they did a volteface. UTV and Balaji tried reasoning with the filmmakers, but to no avail.”

According to trade sources, Pakistan’s blackout of these two films will lead to an estimated loss to the tune of Rs 20 crore. When contacted, Abdul Rashid told TOI, “Yes, we are not releasing Chennai Express and Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai – 2 in Pakistan. Our government wants to protect the interests of the Pakistan film fraternity.”

He also added, “We don’t mind rescheduling the two films to August 15. But piracy would have reduced the business prospects of the two films by then.” Admitting that exhibitors would stand to gain by accommodating the two big-ticket films, Rashid however said, “We cannot overrule our government’s decision.”

Neither UTV nor Balaji were willing to comment on the development.

‘First political film made in Pakistan’ introduced

KARACHI, April 23: “Sheer belief has pushed me to make this film, which is the first political movie made in Pakistan over the past 65 years,” said filmmaker Shahzad Nawaz about his upcoming film, Chambaili, while speaking at the South Asian Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Tuesday.

Mr Nawaz’s previous films include an adaptation of Mohsin Hamid’s book, Mothsmoke, into a feature called Daira (2003) and Botal Gali (2005), a film set against the backdrop of a conflict between bootleggers and bonded warehouses, resulting in a dearth of alcohol in Karachi.

Responding to the suggestion that Botal Gali couldn’t find a cinematic release due to a lack of avenues, Mr Nawaz said, “You open avenues yourself. I decided not to. You have to demand your right — especially in a country where your rights are taken
away every day. I will release it the day I feel like it. And it will find a release.”

Fully titled, Chambaili: the fragrance of freedom, the film has been written and co-produced by Shahzad Nawaz and directed by Ismail Jilani. Set against a political backdrop, the film purports itself to be a ‘saga of courage, romance and sacrifice of a group of friends who are led by circumstances and incidents to find themselves at the crossroads of fate’. Some of the actors starring in the film include Salman Peerzada, Khalid Ahmed, Maira Khan, Shafqat Cheema, Omair Rana, Sadia Hayat, Saiqa Khayyam, Ali Tahir, Ehtisham, Khalid Qureshi, Fatima, Ali Fateh, Humayun Bin Rathor and Shahzad Nawaz with a special guest appearance by Ghulam Mohiuddin.

“This is a 100 per cent Pakistani film and we take great pride in saying that,” said the director while introducing the film. “The revival of cinema doesn’t take place with one film or by corporate-sponsored projects on TV. How is the corporate sector going to bring about a revival? They’re here to sell products.”

“What does a film have anything to do with TV?” he questioned, “There will be a revival of cinema when we start treating films like films.”

“When I made this film I only had Rs7,000 with me,” the filmmaker said hinting at the struggle involved in making the film. “Yet I believe it’s the biggest film ever produced in the country,” he said. “Every intelligent person told me that this would sink. But when you connect with your soul, you lose the fear of losing. Every time the film ran out of money, it came in from somewhere,” he provided.

Asked about his decision to cast relative newcomers in the film, Mr Nawaz responded, “What’s the point of picking up
established stars to ensure the success of the film? Where is my input then? I haven’t cast actors – I have cast characters. And the characters need to be bigger than the film.”

During the talk, he showed videos of two songs from a film, Bahar, which showed the making of the film and is dedicated to his cast and crew, and Azadi — a song inspired by the freedom fighter, Bhagat Singh.

Talking about the potential impact of films as a medium through which to communicate ideas and educate audiences, he said, “There is always hope. I realised I have a bigger platform than that of our President, Prime Minister, Army chief and a two-hour press conference put together. This will become a part of our cultural archive and people will give references to it 50 years from now.” He related that a roundabout in Lahore where a part of the film had been shot was now officially called Chambeli Chowk.

As a word of advice to the film students, he said, “Whatever you do, do it from the heart. Even if the world tells you you’re wrong. We weren’t born to spend the rest of our lives trying to prove to people that we’re right.”

Living on the Edge (S4) (18th Apr) (Ep 12)

Living on the Edge, S4 - 18th April – Ep 12 (Vimeo Link)

Living on the Edge, S4 - 18th April – Ep 12 (Dailymotion Link)

PNMS - Ep 8 & 9 - 13 & 20 April 2013

PNMS - Ep 8  - 13 April 2013

PNMS - Ep 9  - 20 April 2013

Madventures – 19th April (Episode 9)

Madventures – 19th April (Ep 9)

Monday, April 22, 2013