Pakistani Independent Feature Film ‘DUKHTAR’ to Release in Nine Major Cities!
Emulating DUKHTAR’s World Premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) on fifth September 2014, DUKHTAR is situated to discharge across the country in nine real urban areas of Pakistan; Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Hyderabad, Faisalabad, Gujranwala and Sialkot on Thursday, eighteenth September 2014.
The gimmick film is situated to discharge in Karachi at Atrium, Nueplex, Cineplex, Cinepax, Capri and Bambino; in Hyderabad at Cinemoosh; in Lahore at Super Cinema – Royal Palm & Vogue Towers, Sozo World, DHA, Cinestar, Cine Gold, PAF Cantt and Cinepax; in Rawalpindi at Cinepax, Arena, Cinegold; in Islamabad at Centauras; in Gujranwala at Zinco Palace and Prince Cinepax; in Faisalabad at Taj Mahal and Nagina, Cinepax; in Multan at Rex and in Sialkot at Super Cinema. The film was as of late shown at the globally acclaimed TIFF, where tickets for the film’s three screenings sold out to stuffed crowds.
“DUKHTAR” highlights the issue of kid marriage through the setup of a street trek thriller that investigates the exceptional show of a mother’s furious quest for another life for her little girl with the assistance of ex-Mujahid truck driver played by recompense winning performer Mohib Mirza. The film is situated against the background of the surreal scenes and streets of Hunza, Skardu, Gilgit and Kallar Kahar the distance to the urbanscape of Lahore. The movies brags an elegant cast that incorporates Samyia Mumtaz, Mohib Mirza, Saleha Aref, Asif Khan, Ajab Gul, Adnan Shah (Tipu), Abdullah Jan, Samina Ahmed, Zeeshan Shafa and Omair Rana.
On the film’s discharge in Pakistan, Writer, chief and maker of ‘DUKHTAR’, Afia Nathaniel said: “It was so astounding for us to perceive how generally welcomed the film was at Toronto. Crowds came to us after the screening letting us know how the film touched them candidly and took them onto a wonderful voyage they won’t overlook. They had never accomplished Pakistan in film on this scale and quality.”
The maker of ‘DUKHTAR’, Muhammad Khalid Ali said; “This is an unimaginably glad and humbling minute for all of us. After a long excursion we at last have the chance to showcase the apples and oranges of our works to our companions, family and friends and family in Pakistan. We trust that Pakistanis will come and help the film and go along with us in liking the ability of our neighborhood cast and team.”
DUKHTAR has been created by Zambeel Films in organization with The Crew Films. The movie’s rich OST characteristics commitments by acclaimed craftsmen including Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Shafqat Amanat Ali, whose melodies ‘Ya Rahem, Maula’ and ‘Jeenay Chalay’ separately have as of now been discharged freely. In association with Radio1 Fm91 two more melodies, “Naina” and “Abhi Saath Chal” from DUKKTAR’s OST were discharged early September 2014.
In October, “DUKHTAR” will set out to Busan Film Festival (South Korea), London Film Festival (European debut), Films from the South (Scandinavian debut) and Sao Paolo (Latin American debut