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Saturday, June 8, 2013

Exclusive First Look Of The Extortionist (Summer Nick Film)

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Zibahkhana (2007) - Watch & Download link

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On their way to a concert, a group of teens are diverted by a political protest, only to encounter a family of flesh-hungry psychopaths.

Writer & Director:  Omar Khan

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Main Hoon Shahid Afridi, a movie that will inspire

If you are a true patriot, cricket has to be in your blood. Actor and producer Humayun Saeed is well-aware of that as he is set to release his new film Main Hoon Shahid Afridi on Eidul Fitr this year. From the very beginning of his career, he was determined to make films. And with this new sports film, Saeed feels he would be delivering something to new to the audience.
“Film has always been a passion [for me] and this was the reason why I joined this industry,” he says. Over time, Saeed gradually became one of the most successful TV drama producers in Pakistan. He feels this success has granted him space to experiment and return to his first love, which is film. “It’s important that we make [good] films now. If we do this, then in two to three years, Pakistani films will be a success,” he adds positively.

Main Hoon Shahid Afridi is unlike any previous Pakistani film — it is commercial but is an underdog story which centres on the game of cricket. The star-studded cast includes Javed Sheikh, Nadeem Baig, Shafqat Cheema, Noman Habib (lead), Mahnoor Baloch and a host of others including Saeed himself. The film has been directed by Syed Ali Raza and is written by Vasay Chaudhry.

Saeed is aware that India and other countries have produced films on such subjects before — Iqbal, Chak De India and Lagaan. But he feels Main Hoon Shahid Afridi is purely Pakistani and is different from the kind of scripts Saeed has been known for. “People expect me to produce something which is themed around shaadi, romance and emotion but I was keen on doing something different,” he continues.

“In India, several sports films have been made. But in general, it’s quite risky to make these because they come across as dry,” he adds, saying he was dreading that. “But I feel if it’s done intelligently, then it could turn out to be an exciting project.” A lot of collective input and effort made this film come to life. “Everyone was tense yet interested in how we could make this film great. You will see that viewers will like this project too,” he says.

The film is about a young boy (played by Habib) who dreams of becoming the famous cricketer Shahid Afridi one day. The local club he plays for, however, goes bankrupt and that changes the whole ball game. In order to deal with the hard times, Habib must figure out a way (with a team of misfits) to win a major local tournament in Sialkot. They ultimately seek the help of an ex-cricketer named Akbar Deen (played by Saeed) who has a dark past.
“Unfortunately, new actors have the tendency to become commercially-inclined but the people we found for this film, are [genuinely] interested in doing good work,” says Saeed, about the cast. “And I think that is very important.”

Speaking about the film’s music, Saeed says it will be released on June 29. The soundtrack has four songs by Shani Arshad Ali and Kamran Ismail-Kami aka Shani and Kami while the lyrics have been written by Sabir Zafar and Nadeem Asad. “The music is brilliant. Even if all songs are not hits, I am 110% sure that at least two songs will be very successful,” he says enthusiastically.

Saeed strongly feels that this change in Pakistani cinema, in which new people will step up and make new films consistently, will ultimately result in the revival of the film industry. “I will be making two films — they are going to be different [from the usual duration] and will be about an hour and a half or two hours long each,” he says. “What digital [videos/films] have done, is that they has opened doors for films to be made. We will make mistakes, but I think it’s a good starting point.”

Thursday, June 6, 2013


Vocals & Composition: Shahram Azhar
Song: Main Baghi Hoon
Music: Vicky Haider
Director: Nabeel Qureshi
Cinematography: Rana kamran
Executive Producer: Murtaza Chaudary

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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Reema Ka Amreeka Ep 4,5 (25th May & 1st June)

Reema Ka America , Epsiode 4 , 25th May 2013

Reema Ka America , Epsiode 5 , 1st June 2013

First Look: Tamanna’s trailer opens up a summer full of movies

Upcoming Lollywood production Tamanna has released its teaser trailer in cinemas across Pakistan, marking the beginning of a summer lined up with a variety of exciting movies from both Bollywood and Hollywood. Starring Omair Rana, Salman Shahid, Mehreen Raheel and Feryal Ali Gauhar, the film has finally been scheduled for a post-Eid release, following several delays.

“In other countries you have a whole network in which you can pitch your film, be it a studio-oriented model or an independent model. Unfortunately, we have none of that here, at all,” says producer Sarah Tareen, who is also the founding member of Pakistan New Cinema Movement.

“You really have to be your own sales agent or the middle man and pretty much do your own thing. As a result, we worked within our resources to maximise the quality of our production, the story and the appeal of the film,” she adds.
Regardless of the constraints, Tareen and her director Steve Moore, have been able to work through the delays and gain the support of people, such as music composer Sahir Ali Bagga and renowned singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan for the soundtrack. The interesting part about the film is that it is inspired by Anthony Schaffer’s 1970 stage play, Sleuth.

Although the film draws inspiration from an English play, it has been made keeping in mind the preferences of the local audience, with characters set in modern-day Lahore and a story based on the reluctance of a young man to accept feudal dominance. Tareen explains that the film’s story was chosen for the Pakistani cinema because of the cultural parallels that were distinctively visible in the play that, in turn, took the film into a cynical, thriller genre, making it Pakistan’s first noir film.

Adapting a classic story from the West provides an interesting base for the film. Moore says that the cultural nuances and the base of the story are well-connected to the local culture. He further explains that the project has been a very collaborative venture in which changes and improvements have been made collectively. “The changes that we have made to the original story of Sleuth are very culture- based; I could have never made these in America,” says Moore. He adds that many film-makers talked about the idea of such a movie and how it should have its own feel, which is often the key to such films being so wonderfully unique.

The director emphasises that the delays that occurred in the end, for various reasons, ended up helping the film for the better because it meant that there was more time available to refine it and make the story more suitable for Pakistani viewers. “We didn’t just write the script in two months and make the film; we had quite a lot of serious delays. But these delays meant that we had a long time to work on the script which turned out be a big advantage for us,” he admits.

“The story is good,” he continues, adding that the audiences will not have to worry about the fact that it is based on a classic play.  “I may make mistakes as a film-maker, that is just their [people’s] opinion, but they cannot say that the story itself is weak. It would be like saying Macbeth or King Lear is weak,” he adds.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Love Mein Ghum (2011) - Watch Online & Download Link

Director: Reema Khan
 Producer: Reema Khan 
Screenplay: Mohmmad Parvaiz Kaleem 
Release  Date: August 31, 2011

Starring: Reema Khan Moammar Rana Johnny Lever 
Nabeel Khan Ali Saleem Nadeem Araida Corbol

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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Love Mein Ghum (Watch Online Movie)

Director: Reema Khan
 Producer: Reema Khan 
Screenplay: Mohmmad Parvaiz Kaleem 
Release  Date: August 31, 2011

Starring: Reema Khan Moammar Rana Johnny Lever 
Nabeel Khan Ali Saleem Nadeem Araida Corbol

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Tamanna: Pakistan’s first noir film

Tamanna – starring Salman Shahid, Omair Rana, Mehreen Raheel and Feryal Gauhar, all of them experienced and well-known local actors – is a first film of the film noir genre made in Pakistan, according to its producer Sarah Tareen who previously worked with Shoaib Mansoor on Khuda Kay Liye.

Directed by renowned British director Steven Moore, Tamanna is the story of a young man, Riz Ahmed (Omair Rana), who falls in love with the young wife (Mehreen Raheel) of the wealthy Mian Tariq Ali (Salman Shahid). The daring Riz pushes the boundaries and puts the question in front of Mian Tariq Ali who proposes that in order to take his wife in marriage the young Riz steal some highly precious jewels that the former had brought a while ago. Thus begins what seems like an intriguing tale of crime, love, jealousy and deceit.

Judging by the trailer, the film, along with its superb set design and cinematography, appears quite engaging and intriguing. It would be especially appealing to the Pakistani enthusiasts of the film noir genre.

However, the film is not directed solely at a single group but aims to reach out to the general audience, designed to appeal to the intelligent viewers across the spectrum.

“The story is essentially about class snobbery, adultery and ego. We have purposefully chosen realism and artistic integrity over sensationalism, because we want this film to be taken seriously internationally and have a long shelf life. Our general philosophy is to stay away from politics and religion and to concentrate on class and social issues. This film is not ‘masala’ but neither is it parallel cinema – it is midway and is aimed at intelligent viewers from any background. The story is relevant to present Pakistani culture with its emerging middle class challenging the gentry”, Said Sarah Tareen.