Sanam Saeed starrer 'Bachaana' is all set to hit Indian cinemas this February 26.
The Indo-Pak venture stars Sanam Saeed and Mohib Mirza in lead roles and is a cross border connection similar to Salman Khan's Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Bachaana will release on both sides of the border simultaneously, Zee News reported.
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"The distributors in India have shown interest primarily because the film's trailer evoked social media discussions comparing Bachaana with Bollywood hit Bajrangi Bhaijaan," Director Nasir Khan told PTI.
"The Pakistan-India angle has intrigued and created a lot of buzz for the film and I am positive that cine goers will not be disappointed. Things have been finalised (with distributors) and I am excited to see Bachaana release in India," he added.
The film is said to have captured cross-border relations on and off screen and through this project Sanam hopes to bridge the gap between the two countries.
Trailer out: Mohib-Sanam's Bachaana will hit screens on Feb 26
The upcoming film has been shot in Mauritius and also features Mohib Mirza who will be seen playing the role of a Pakistani taxi driver, Vicky, who comes to Alia’s (Sanam Saeed), an Indian girl, rescue. The film follows the couple’s adventures and how they eventually end up falling for each other.
Here's the trailer:
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