Wednesday 25 November 2015

Nadeem Beyg takes leap to next

09:26 By Lollywood Online

KARACHI: Taking up from where he left off, Nadeem Beyg is now geared with plans to introduce his next feature film to the Pakistani audience. Following the resounding success of his project Jawani Phir Nahi Ani(JPNA), this time around Beyg’s directorial venture will be a romantic-drama.
“Since my first film was about comedy, people are expecting to see comedy in this one too. But this will not be the case,” Beyg told The Express Tribune. The script for the film is being written by Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar.
Best known as the writer of iconic television serials, Qamar has delivered projects such as Boota from Toba Tek Singh and Landa Bazar. Only recently, he wrote the scripts for Sadqay Tumhare and Pyarey Afzal

The movie is being produced under the banner of Humayun Saeed and Shahzad Nasib’s production company Six Sigma Entertainment. Currently, Beyg is helming the TV serial Dillagi which will mark Saeed’s comeback on the small screen after a four-year hiatus.
Of roping in actors for the film, Beyg revealed that his team is still working on developing the script for the film. Whether or not he will be asking his friend-and-frequent collaborator Humayun Saeed to appear in front of the camera once again, Beyg deemed it as too early to say anything.
Even though Beyg has classified his next feature film project as a ‘romantic-drama’, he still hasn’t ruled out the possibility of returning to directing comedy movies in the near future. “There are two more films in the pipeline. Both are being written by Vasay Chaudhry and they will be comedy films,” Beyg added.
Beyg’s directorial debut, JPNA, smashed box office records this year and became the highest-grossing Pakistani movie of all time surpassing the likes of Waar and international film releases such as Fast and Furious 7.


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