Punjab Nahi Jaungi (Trailer) Mehwish Hayat- Reaction
Dec 29, 2017
"Story is best" is the most widely recognized yet the most basic counsel given in the film-production world. No measure of specialized skill, sparkle and marvelousness, star control or pretentious sets would ever rescue an awful content. Also, maybe Nadeem Beyg is one of only a handful couple of nearby producers who comprehends that thought and his most recent film Punjab Nahi Jaungi is a demonstration of that.
Tuesday night, I strolled into the silver screen lobby with blended desires. The stars studded celebrity main street at the debut of Humayun Saeed and Mehwish Hayat-starrer Punjab Nahi Jaungi and where it counts, I was apprehensive: What if this film would simply be another careless, dull excitement with nothing to take away home, and taking into account the most reduced shared element?
The film begins with Fawad (Saeed) coming back to Faisalabad in the wake of obtaining a MA degree to a gigantic festival from the family. In the interim, Amal (Hayat) comes back to Karachi in the wake of concentrate in London. While his cousin Durdana (Urwa Hocane) is infatuated with him, Fawad has been in search for his `Heer` since returning and after Fawad`s mom sends him a photograph of Amal, he goes gaga for her. This sets the ground for sentiment, clashes and a huge amount of show throughout the following two hours and 40 minutes.
Khalilur Rehman Qamar`s commitment to the film can`t be exaggerated. His order over dialect and exchange is unparalleled and it takes the film to the following level. Try not to be shocked on the off chance that you end up citing the film`s discoursed for the weeks to come. Without a doubt, the story begins too soon. The principal half is for the most part an engaging setup for the exceptional dramatization to unfurl in the second half, which influences it to feel like a drag by the end.
His managing bigger issues within reach in the nation – separation, segregation and divisions in view of dialect contrasts, and ladies` regard, quietly is exceptional. Amal facing a primitive, male centric attitude makes it as quite a bit of a women`s activist film as it ought not be marked one.
Basically, Punjab Nahi Jaungi is Hayat`s film and I couldn`t envision some other nearby performing artist playing Amal`s character and in addition her. What`s more, I seek this makes ready after Hayat having the capacity to convey a film without anyone else`s input later on in light of the fact that she unquestionably has the potential.
The darling kid of Pakistani serial takes each scene he shows up in. However he doesn`t hoard the spotlight and keeps space and just hoists the scene with his quality – be it parody or dismal.