The trailer of the upcoming Pakistani film, Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad, featuring Fahad Mustafa and Mahira Khan in lead roles, was released on social media last week.
The cast and crew of the film shared the teaser on their respective social media accounts. The 45-second trailer on YouTube shows Mustafa in action-packed scenes. The actor is playing a cop in the movie. Khan is also seen engaging in self-defense acts through pepper spray purportedly in the trailer.
The trailer ends with a picture of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s photo hung on the wall and a dialogue that says: “Do you know why currency notes have a picture of Quaid-e-Azam?”
The engaging trailer has received appreciation from several cricket stars, politicians, and celebrities on social media.
The same month last year, director and writer, Nabeel Qureshi and producer Fizza Ali Mirza had announced the film.
Qureshi and Mirza announced that two Mahira Khan and Fahad Mustafa will be sharing the screen first time in their upcoming movie.
Khan and Mustafa had expressed to work together when the actress appeared in the game show ‘Jeeto Pakistan’.
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Mustafa has collaborated with Qureshi and Mirza on various projects including ‘Actor-in-Law’, Loa Wedding, and Na Maloom Afraad series which made a commendable success on the box-office. Qureshi was all praise for Mustafa’s acting skills and performance. Adding that “He’s a good actor. He works hard. We have a great working relationship.”
Regarding ‘Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad’, Meerza had said, “It’s an entertainer, packed with action, drama, and comedy.”
Mahira Khan made an appearance for a cameo in the movie ‘Actor-in-Law’. This is the first time she will star as a protagonist for a Nabeel and Fizza production.
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The movie ‘Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad’ is expected to release this year. The release of the trailer of the movie also signals Pakistan’s entertainment industry is picking up after a brief hiatus due to coronavirus lockdown.
GVS News Desk