Pakistan showbiz industry that gave an impression of producing Punjabi movies that were full of masala and mar dhar production, where the role of protagonists was only performed by 1980’s actors and female casting was limited to Saima, Resham and Meera, now seems to take an astonishing as well as audacious step since the last decade.
The subject of movies is merely changed from typical Punjabi heer ranjha stories to more productive and audacious scripts which still depicts the love stories but in totally new avatar that can be depict from the recent Lollywood release Bin Roye a Hum Films Production.
Story revolves around three main characters; Saba, Saman and Irtaza. With its engaging script, picture-perfect direction, spotless production, unforgettable display of acting, soulful melodies, star-studded cast including the likes of Mahira Khan, Humayun Saeed, Armeena Rana Khan, Javed Sheikh, Zeba Bakhtiar, Azra Mansoor and with special appearances of the multi-talented Adeel Hussain, Junaid Khan, Faiza Hassan and Shireen Zahid, Bin Roye has set Pakistan film industry on a new course.
The songs are sung by legends like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Rekha Bhardwaj, Ankit Tiwari, Zeb Bangash, Shiraz Uppal, Harshdeep Kaur, Momin Durrani and for the first time for a film by the maestro Abida Parveen. The story turns into complicated twists and turns and there are plenty of tears and heartbreak leading up to ‘happily ever after’. The movie is shot well, reflecting from the cheerful colors of weddings and Eid to darker shades and shadows in the second half. Sets are well-conceived, the cinematography is smooth and the plot is pure Mills & Boon.
The film released on Eid ul Fitr and till now is considered the most beautiful depiction of the novel Bin Roye Ansoo written by Farhat Ishtiaq and is expected to break all the records of previous released productions like War, Khuda K Liye and Bol.
Bin Roye has so far received a prodigious response from viewers in over 10 other countries across the globe including UAE, USA, UK, Qatar, Bahrain, Sweden and Denmark. This was the first time that a Pakistani movie was being going to release simultaneously in India but Indian Censored Board Banned the Movie at the last moment.
The Movie got IMDB( Internet Movie Database) rating of 7.6/ 10. “Irrespective of the box-office result, we should understand that it’s a huge step forward for Pakistani cinema, which is trying to rebuild itself,” Nadeem Mandviwalla, a film distributor and exhibitor, told in a recent media press release.
Hope to see Pakistan showbiz Industry flourishing day by day and cope up with International productions by introducing more projects like moor, Saya E Khuda E Zuljalal (SKZ), operation 021, Ho man jahan and Jawani Phir nai ani.
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