Filmgoers in the West Pakistan area unit eagerly awaiting the release of this month’s ‘Khel Khel Mein‘, which is able to be the first native film to hit cinemas when the comfort of Karuna restrictions.
The film, which will be free on Nov 19, can feature Pakistani actresses Sajjal Ali and Bilal Abbas on the big screen. The film is directed by Nabil Qureshi and created by Fiza Ali Mirza.
The script of ‘Khel Khel Mein’ has been written by Fiza Ali Mirza and Nabil Qureshi. The movie is based on drama and history, and it’s supported true events.
Apart from Sajjal and Bilal Abbas, Manzar Sehbai, Samina Ahmed, Javed sheikh, Shehryar Munawar, and marina Khan are showing the essence of acting during this film.
The teaser of the film, which was created below the banner of ‘Filmwala Pictures’, was free on Oct 30. It looks that the film additionally depicts the ‘Fall of Dhaka’.
The film is described as “50 Years of Distrust, Memories, and Superstitions” in the trailer.
It may be recalled that in the political history of West Pakistan, December 16, 1971, is remembered as a dark day once an area of the country, east Pakistan, bangladesh|Bangla Desh|East Pakistan|Asian country|Asian nation} was established as a separate country and appeared on the map as Bangladesh.
December 16 this year can mark the 50th anniversary of the fall of Dhaka.
In the official trailer “Khel Khel Mein,” a group of youth, as well as Sajjal Ali and Bilal, says, “If we area unit taught history in the variety of a narrative, it will ne’er be forgotten.”
Director Nabil Qureshi published a poster of the film on his Instagram account before the teaser was free, writing: “How do you do that?”
However, you’ll need to wait a moment to know the total story of the film and go to the cinemas on Nov 19.