Bollywood movies are always ever-so-avidly watched in Pakistan. But, the recent revival of the Pakistani cinema industry has been giving a tough competition to the business of Indian films.
Some amazing projects are being lined-up by movie makers of our nation and one of them is definitely the much-anticipated upcoming movie, Punjab Nahi Jaungi.
The high-on-desi-masala flick is fully jam packed with fits of laughter and is making a huge noise all over town and across the border! With power-packed promotions all over the world and phenomenal performances expected to come from the star-studded cast of Mehwish Hayat, Urwa Hocane, Humayun Saeed and Ahmed Ali Butt, the production is adding just the right amount of punch to the hype!
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Just recently, the popular Indian critic, Kamaal Rashid Khan showed interest in the film, falling in love with the trailer the moment he saw it!
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) August 24, 2017
He also added how much he loved Humayun Saeed in the trailer. This comes as a remarkable surprise to us as we hear that KRK is not the one to praise any film so easily – and to top it off, a Pakistani film!
Previously, even the leading Indian director, Mahesh Bhatt made his comments pretty clear in regards to Nadeem Baig’s big project!
While we already have high hopes for the movie, it is for sure that the movie has garnered a very high interest from our neighboring nation as well.
Shouldn’t we all look forward to its release in India as well? What do you think!