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Karachi: Mahtab Akbar Rashdi and HUM Films hosted an exclusive movie premiere for the first release of the year, Thora Jee Le in Karachi.
‘Thora Jee le’ is a comedy/drama film written and directed by Rafay Rashdi, produced by 1NFLUENCE and executively produced by Mahtab Akbar Rashdi. The youthful movie has been shot in Karachi and Larkana.
The cast includes some of the young and talented actors in the Pakistani film industry namely, Rizwan Ali Jaffri, Bilal Abbas, Ramsha Khan, Salman Faisal, Fatima Shah Jillani, Kasim Khan and Ahsan Mohsin Ikram.
‘Thora Jee Le’ released on 20th January 2017 under the banner of Hum Films. The story revolves around seven individuals belonging to different backgrounds and how their lives transform as they enter their practical life. A story about self-discovery, dosti, tafreeh, jigri & yaari between friends, who venture on a journey of a lifetime only to discover that fate has different plans, for all of them.
“Thora Jee Le has been released in all cinemas nationwide and every individual must go and watch the film to support Pakistani cinema and the new talented actors in the movie. The actors debuting in the film have a chance to shine on this platform which will boost their career professionally and help them rise and shine in the Pakistan Film Industry. Thora Jee Le is a wholesome entertainment for cinema goers.” commented Mahtab Akbar Rashdi executive producer of the movie.
“Thora Jee Le has a youth-based and heartwarming story and I am grateful for all the love and support during our promotions and we are looking forward to a great feedback. Many people can relate to the movie as it is packed with comedy and entertainment.” says director Rafay Rashdi, the writer and director of the film.
The music of ‘Thora Jee le’ is composed by the very famous Suhaib Rashdi with sound by Electrikroom Studios.
This movie Thora Jee Le has joined the pack of HUM Films.” Sultana Siddiqui, President HUM Network.
Thora Jee Le has released nationwide on 20-01-2017.
All of Ali Zafar’s fans had been waiting for this news since they saw the singer’s acting skills in his debut Bollywood movie Terey Bin Laden. And we were more than excited when we found out that Zafar is finally working on a Pakistani movie. However, its been a couple of months since any more news regarding the movie came up, which is why we were so excited when we saw Ali Zafar's tweet that revealed the title of the film!
Ali Zafar gave his fans a sneak peek of the film script he received, and revealed the official film title, TEEFA in TROUBLE with a note signed off by director Ahsan Rahim which urged Zafar to “Kindly start training” for what promises to be an action packed role with comedy.The film also marks the feature film directorial debut of Ahsan Rahim. Rahim has previously proved his mettle by directing some of Pakistan’s most iconic music videos such as Laga re, Sajania, Kismat Apne Hath Main, Preeto, Dosti and the much popular Ufone ads.
Judging from his past work, we are sure Rahim will give us something to remember.The romantic action-comedy is being produced by Lightingale Productions, and we can't wait for the film to release so we can watch the heartthrob Ali Zafar in action.
Ace writer and director Shoaib Mansoor's Verna is one movie we are desperately waiting for. God know's if we'll get to watch Mahira Khan in Raees on our local screens or not but we're sure we'll get to see her in Verna and we're super excited! Also, if sources are to be believed, Haroon Shahid, the lead vocalist of the Pop Rock band SYMT might be playing the male lead opposite the gorgeous Zaalima.
Haroon contributed 2 songs for Coke Studio season 5, Tum Kaho and Koi Labda and later made a comeback in season 9 with Laung Gawacha.
According to news and various sources, apart from starring as the male lead, he will also be singing and composing songs for Verna. However, there hasn't been an official announcement yet.
Long before Lux or HUM, Nigar Awards were presented to pioneers of the nation’s entertainment industry.
The awards, initiated in 1958, were discontinued in 2002 as the fortunes of the local film industry plunged.“We discontinued as Pakistani cinema did not produce a lot of films. Only a dozen or so films were being produced during the last 15 years. Only Pashto cinema kept the window open for the industry to survive. Besides that there was no quality work being produced,” chairman Aslam Ilyas Rashidi told The Express Tribune.
Friday, 6 January 2017
Raasta is an upcoming movie starring Sahir Lodhi. The movie has made quite a hype already, with its trailer and a song by Rahet Fateh Ali Khan. And now, an item song featuring Mathira is out and we have a lot to say.
It is safe to say that Mathira has got moves as good as any Bollywood actress featuring in an item song. The diva is seen shaking to a funky tune and she does it pretty well. She is seen wearing a yellow ghagra choli while a group of men drinking surround her and dance to the tunes. Hence, Pakistanis successfully meet the standard of quality Bollywood item songs and show that they are not behind in anything. If they have Sunny Leone for the perfect dance moves, we have Mathira!
We also must point out the chemistry highlighted between Naveed Raza and Mathira with their synchronised dance moves.