Nabeel Qureshi unveiled the teaser poster starring Mahira Khan and Fahad Mustafa’s upcoming film. Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad, produced by Nabeel Qureshi and Fizza Ali Meerza is expected to release on Eid-ul-Azha 2020, and the fans are already excited.
The cast and crew of the film took onto social media to share the news of its release.
Fizza Meerza posed a thought-provoking question, asking the audience: “Kabhi socha hai note per Quaid-e-Azam ki tasveer kyun hai?”
The movie is said to be based on action and comedy, and includes drama and witty-humor. It features Fahad Mustafa as a cop while Mahira Khan opposite him.
From general public to known celebrities, everyone seems to have high expectations from this duo who changed everything with Na Maloom Afraad.
And as if that was not enough… there was more pressure. Since the movie stars Mahira and Fahad together, people have high expectations.
To add to the conversation, it also stirred patriotic feelings among people, and it reminded them the power of our national land that was found after infinite struggles of our forefathers.
However, some tweets must have put poor Quaid-e-Azam in real pain as people also asked about Mahira’s role and whether it was “juicy” enough or not.
And of course, how could we forget the Turkish drama Ertugrul Ghazi that has lately been a topic of discussion by many Pakistanis.
Nonetheless, we do believe the movie has given a glimmer of hope and entertainment to people in these unfortunate pandemic times.
As the ban on Indian films continue in Pakistan, producers like Nabeel and Fizza are busy creating quality cinema for Pakistani audience, and we wish them all the best for their upcoming film.
Hiba Shoaib is a student of social development and policy at Habib University. She is currently working as an Undergraduate Research Fellow at Center for Transdisciplinary Design and Innovation Lab. As an aspiring policy-practitioner, she aims to address socio-economic concerns. She uses her research and critical-writing skills to empower people and advocate for social justice.