MUMBAI: Following the success of Salman Khan’s latest blockbuster Tiger Zinda Hai, filmmakers have something thrilling to reveal!
According to the details, it has been learnt that a prequel of the said flick is already being planned and the story will begin from where it ends in the foremost movie titled Ek Tha Tiger.
If the online reports are to be considered, a little birdie has revealed that Salman may or may not be the part of the upcoming threequel. Unbelievable? Believe it!
It has further been learnt that the narrative of the film would reveal how two spies Tiger (Sallu) and Zoya (Katrina Kaif) ran away from their respective agencies and build a love nest for them.
Also, the film would merely focus on Zoya’s persona and narrate her side of the story. And therefore, it is yet to be ascertained that the flick will or will not have Salman even for a guest appearance.
However, no official statement (about the casting or removing of Salman) has been made yet. So fans don’t get disappointed now.
At the moment, Salman is all booked up with his next titled Bharat. The film, which will be the production of Atul Agnihotri, is scheduled to go on the floors somewhere in Eid of 2019.
Google observes Mehdi Hasan’s 91st birthday via doodle!
Google doodle for the region features Mehdi Hasan (playing a harmonium) to pay homage to the playback singer on his 91st birthday.
Parwaaz Hai Junoon first song Bulleya is out!
KARACHI: The foremost track entitled Bhulleya from the most awaited flick Parwaaz Hai Junoon has been released, reported sources.
Penned by Shakeel Sohail, the song is sung by Mustehsan Khan. The music is produced by Saad Sultan and the film marks the debut of Azaan Sami Khan as a music composer.
The song is filmed at scenic and breathtaking spots, depicting the film’s protagonists Hania Amir, Ahad Raza Mir and other cadets doing efforts to get to their destinies. Overall, the music of the song imparts the passion and motivation to live your dreams.
It is to be noted that when the trailer of Parwaaz Hai Junoon went out, it created a hype among cinephiles. Also, it receives much popularity on social media.
Helmed by debutant director Haseeb Hasan, the flick produced under the banner of Momina and Duraid Films and is written by Farhat Ishtiaq.
The film, which is set to release on Eid-ul-Azha (third week of August) has an ensemble of star casts such as Hamza Ali Abbasi, Hania Amir, Ahad Raza Mir, Shaz Khan, Kubra Khan, Shafaat Ali Khan, Marina Khan, Hina Khawaja Bayat, Asif Raza Mir, Saad Kazi and others.
It is pertinent to mention here that since the resuscitation of Pakistani film industry, movies are doing well at the box office here.
Movies produced in Pakistan are getting popular on International forums as well. In the month of June, five Pakistani movies namely Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, Punjab Nahi Jaungi, Parchi, Bin Roye and Chalay Thay Saath were screened at Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Film Festival.
Whereas, Na Band Na Baraati, Punjab Nahi Jaongi, Cake, Verna, 7 Din Mohabat In, Parchi, and Lala Begum Pakistani ventures were shown throughout the second edition of Pakistan Film Festival, which kick started in New York a couple of weeks ago. (Aiman Inam)
Last month five Pakistani movies were screened at Shanghai Cooperation Organization Film Festival.
Pakistani crooner Atif’s new song Paniyon Sa is out!
LAHORE: Pakistani crooner Atif Aslam is known for being a singing sensation. As a matter of fact, B-town movies seem incomplete sans having the magical voice of Atif.
In such, the singer yet again mesmerizes his fans with his latest track entitled Paniyon Sa from the forthcoming Bollywood movie titled Satyameta Jayate starring actors John Abraham and Aisha Sharma.
According to the details, Aslam joined forces with Indian singer Tulsi Kumar to sing the track. While sharing the track on his social media, the singer wrote, “the music will turn your daze, into a golden haze.”
Paniyon Sa is a romantic and slow melody, which depicts the special moments of the leading duo i.e. John and Aisha. Helmed and penned by Milap Milan, the production of Emmay Entertainment, Satyameta Jayate is slated to hit the silver screen on 15 August this year.
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Sources privy to NPTV have been intimated that Pakistani crooners Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Atif Aslam are all set to lend their melodious voices for the upcoming Bollywood flick entitled Namaste England. According to details, Rahat has already sung a song Tu Meri Main Tera penned by Javed Akhtar for the said venture featuring Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra in pivotal roles. Whereas, Atif is going to croon a song composed by Manan Shah and written by Akhtar. A little birdie further revealed that Rahat’s song will be a chartbuster just like his previous hit titled Main Jahaan Rahoon from Namastay London whilst, Aslam would certainly mesmerize his admirers with his sensational singing. Talking about Rahat’s magnificent talent, Manan beams: “It’s sheer pleasure to have recorded Tu Meri Main Tera with Rahat sahab, I’ve always been a big fan of his voice. The song was well-received. Our second association had to be a special one and what better than Namaste England.” “We have tried a unique style which Rahat sahab has also explored for the first time. He was excited about singing something so new and fresh.” Claiming that he loves Aslam’s voice, Manan further added, “Atif was always my first choice for Tere Liye. I adore his voice and he’s sung a quintessential romantic song. Javed sahab has written a wonderful song and it’s one of his personal favorites too.” Namaste England is slated to go on the floors on 19 October 2018 across the globe. It is pertinent to mention here that earlier this year Indian activists started up a controversy against Pakistani artists due to the URI attack back in 2016. A lot of controversies started emerging all of a sudden. However, amid all the negativity, hiring Pakistani singers is the glimmer of hope for the people of both states. Also, this measure insinuates towards a positive happening to witness in a couple of past years! (Aiman Inam)