Mahira Khan, Armeena Raana Khan & Humayun Saeed Ready To Stun You “Bin Roye”

Mahira Khan, Armeena Raana Khan, Humayun Saeed Ready To Stun You "Bin Roye"|

Mahira Khan, Armeena Raana Khan, Humayun Saeed Ready To Stun You "Bin Roye"|

ISLAMABAD – The most awaited Pakistani film “Bin Roye’s” trailer is released today starring Humayun Saeed and Mahira Khan with leaving us more impatient for its release.

The trailer starts with Mahira running around in fields and looking bubbly as always also showing some shots of Armeena Rana Khan’s wedding taking place, where Mahira is seen dancing and also a glimpse of Adeel Hussain in the dance number. It’s a two and a half minute trailer in which you can see shots of Humayun Saeed romancing Armeena and tension between him and Mahira.

According to the drama’s Facebook page, Bin Roye is the story of two sisters. After the death of one sister the other sister has to take her position.

Trailer shows that Armeena was initially married to Saeed but when she dies then Mahira is forced to marry her ex-brother-in-law (Humayun Saeed).

This romantic film is based on Farhat Ishtiaq’s novel ‘Bin Roye Aansoo’ and the producer of this drama is Momina Duraid who also has produced  Pakistani dramas Zindagi Gulzar Hai and Humsafar.

Farhat Ishtiaq also wrote novels including the famous Humsafar and Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu. The film “Bin Roye” is basically a story of love and hate.

In a recent interview given by Mahira to Instep she said, “It’s a full blown feature film. I love commercial cinema. I like watching a Ram Leela. I like my dance and song. And I have danced in Bin Roye.”

It stars in Zeba Bakhtiar, Javed Sheikh and Junaid Khan. It is scheduled to release on Eid. The feature film will also be turned into a drama series which will be aired on famous Pakistani entertainment channel Hum TV known for its role in reviving the history of classical Pakistani drama.

Bin Roye – Hum Films Presents a Momina Duraid Film by humtv

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