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Friday, May 3, 2013

Shahzad Nawaz in Capital Talk (1-4-2013)

Shahzad Nawaz in Capital Talk (1-4-2013)

Shahzad Nawaz in Capital Talk (1-4-2013)

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Global screening of ‘Ishq Khuda’ to be held in Toronto

Pakistan’s talented director Shehzad Rafique’s next big project and upcoming Lollywood film ‘Ishq Khuda’ is gearing up for a global screening. The film will have its world premiere in Toronto, Canada on May 18, 2013 as part of the activities lined up at PIFF the Punjabi International Film Festival (PIFF).

Film’s lead star Meera was at the PIFF 2013 press meet at Mississauga’s Living Arts Centre and she introduced the film to the Canadians. The PIFF event was attended by celebrities including Harry Baweja apart from others including Pakistani TV star Bushra Ansari as well. Mississauga’s mayor Hazel was also present at the colourful launch ceremony.

‘Ishq Khuda’ post production is underway in India and Shehzad Rafique is leaving no stones unturned when it comes to quality standards. The film is produced by Shafqat Chaudhry and Haji Arshad Mehmood and has Shaan, Wiam Ammar Dahmani, Meera, Ahsan Khan and Saima in the cast. It’s slated for an Eidul Fitr 2013 grand release.

Imran Abbas to debut with Bipasha Basu

Pakistani actor Imran Abbas who was to make his debut with Akshay Kumar in Bollywood movie “Boss” didn’t work out and stepped out of the movie.
According to a report in TOI: Finally Imran is making his debut with actor Bipasha Basu in a film titled “Creature” being produced by Bhushan Kumar and directed by Vikram Bhatt. Imran who was in Mumbai recently spoke to TOI and said, “Yes it is true that I have signed the movie “Creature” where I shall act with Bipasha Basu. The shooting dates are yet to be finalized. I was in Mumbai for the final discussion and shall be back again for the shooting of the movie very soon.”

Chambaili (Box Office Pakistan) Report -- www.PlanetLollywood.Tk

Chambaili (Box Office Pakistan) Report

Monday, April 29, 2013

Anjuman (Tarang Housefull Telefilm)

Anjum Hayat Khan is a young and innocent university student. Much to her dismay, she is jeered at by some unruly, iniquitous students who constantly mock at her and try to make her life miserable day in day out. Anjum, however, tackles the situation by simply ignoring the wicked lot and avoiding it the best way she can. Asif, on the other hand, is a fellow student, who has soft corner for the lass, confronts the unruly lot leading to a raucous brawl in the University.

Sometime later, the same rowdy group visits a “kotha” where it is dumbfounded to see Anjum – the same innocent girl – dancing before them.  The very next day, this news spreads all across the University like wild fire while Asif is also traumatized to hear what he hears about the girl. Anjum (Anjuman as dancer) instantly leaves the University leaving a plethora of questions unanswered in the mind of Asif.

In the course of time, Asif’s brother ‘Wajahat’ is found to be involved with one of the well-known prostitutes – who again to Asif’s shock and displeasure – turns out to be none other Anjum herself. Anjum discloses to Asif that Wajahat has actually purchased her on the ceremony of “Nat Utarwai” and that she is now the property of Asif’s brother. Asif then decides to replace himself with his brother and stay with Anjuman. However, Asif remains intrigued with the fact that what made Anjum shed off her purity and become Anjuman instead – this and many other questions that remain unanswered…

The twists and turns are sure to make you glued right till the very end!

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Chambaili: 'Fragrance of Freedom' pervades Pakistan

KARACHI: ‘Chambaili’ is remarkably a different movie as the new generation has stunned the viewers through their splendid work and acting. Such films are rarely produced which make people think about their own country. Its story, acting and music are really praiseworthy.

These views were expressed by several film viewers after watching this movie. By watching this movie the fragrance of freedom spread across the country as its story and music have awoken the love and enthusiasm among the masses for their homeland.

The actors — Shehzad Nawaz, Myra Khan, Humayun Bin Rathar, Ali Tahir, Salman Pirzada and Mehreen Sayed — have performed excellent acting and enthralled the viewers. This picture gives the message to love motherland as its music songs, story and dialogues are powerful.

‘Chambaili’ was released under the banner of Geo Films on April 26 (Friday). Its producer is Shehzad Nawaz while co-producer is Abdullah Kadwani and its director is Ismail Jillani.

The people were waiting anxiously for this movie after watching its promo on Geo TV. After superb exhibition of this movie on the cinemas several viewers could not control their emotions as their eyes became wet by watching this film filled with love for the homeland.

The viewers admired the cast of this movie by clapping and the echo of clapping was giving the message of love from every side. The people said that everyone could not perform well on such an unusual subject. Several people get popularity by making formula films but this was a work which gave the message to love the motherland, they added.

The viewers of different cities termed this standardised, purposeful and imbued with patriotism picture an important step towards the restoration of Pakistani cinemas in the country. The viewers commended the film team including cast, singers, directors, actors and the technical staff.

Some boy and girl student viewers of this movie said the country was passing through a critical time and such films were the need of the hour. The music and songs of this picture are enchanting and the Geo Films infused a new life to the Pakistani cinema through this movie, they added.

The viewers said that watching this movie with the families was a proof that the Pakistani cinema would remain alive if the good, classical and purposeful pictures were made.