'Dobara Phir Se' trailer will leave you wanting for more

Published: July 7, 2016
Adeel Husain, Hareem Farooq starrer is definitely worth looking forward to. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

Adeel Husain, Hareem Farooq starrer is definitely worth looking forward to. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

The trailer of the much-anticipated film of the year Dobara Phir Se is out now and it proves that the film industry is indeed undergoing a revival.

Fresh faces and a storyline combined with equally refreshing cinematography show the impeccable talent found within the Pakistani entertainment industry.

‘Dobara Phir Se’ teaser is all about complicated relationships

Starring Adeel Husain, Hareem Farooq, Sanam Saeed and Ali Kazmi in key roles, the Mehreen Jabbar directed film is “a journey of love and friendship”.

But this journey has its fair share of ups and downs — it’s all about winning, losing and giving love another chance.

By the looks of it, Adeel’s character seems to be married to Tooba Siddiqui’s and has a child. But things get complicated when he falls in love with Hareem’s character.

‘Dobara Phir Se’ to not come out on Eid

Speaking to The Express Tribune earlier, Mehreen revealed that her film is about the unlikely love story of soul mates that just can’t seem to be in the right place at the right time for the right reasons. “It’s about relationships, friendships and finding one’s way in life.”

First look of ‘Dobara Phir Se’ unveiled

Dobara Phir Se also stars Atiqa Odho and Shaz Khan and is slated to release this year.

Here’s the trailer of the film that’s definitely worth looking forward to:

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Reader Comments (7)

  • Cinephile
    Jul 7, 2016 - 3:46PM

    It’s a very good trailer, gets almost everything right — Mehreen could have put in more “drama” (which she abhors) to give it a broader appeal. This film will really gel with people who are looking for realistic, high-end cinema. Recommend

  • Emerald
    Jul 8, 2016 - 4:33AM

    Looks better than many Bollywood movies,however they should have chosen lead actors with a more stronger personality than Adeel Hashmi and Hareem Farooq.They doesn’t seem as appealing as their Indian counterparts like Varun Dhawan,Shraddha Kapoor,Sooraj Pancholi,Alia Bhatt,Tiger Shroff,Kriti Sanon and others.Recommend

  • Bhoy Indian
    Jul 8, 2016 - 9:23AM

    Trailer looks crap. Amateurish acting. More like a worse version of Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna. Flop Recommend

  • MHamza
    Jul 8, 2016 - 10:30AM

    @Bhoy Indian:
    Keep Burning thenRecommend

  • Khadijah
    Jul 9, 2016 - 12:39AM

    I am shocked to read comments where ppl are praising the movie. To be honest , films like a Jawani Phir Nahi Aani, this one and other bollywood type movies are just time waste .

    Nothing new , just another movie which is the mixture of bollywood masala Films .
    Pl guys come up with something new and creative in which you guys show Pakistan ‘s culture , our ethics , morals , religion . Every country promote their own culture but MashaAllah in Pakistan we promote culture of hindus. What a shame !! Dont you guys are proud of yourself or your religion .

    Stop this NONSENSE , we the young patriots of Pakistan reject this bollywood crap in Pakistan !!!!!!

    Copycats #stopCopyingBollywoodRecommend

  • Marlon Brando
    Jul 9, 2016 - 3:09AM

    So you keep watching Syed Noor films featuring Shan and Saima.Recommend

  • Khan Nasir
    Jul 12, 2016 - 10:45AM

    @Bhoy Indian:
    Since you are an indian you give negative Comment on everything pakistani. If only this tendency of of us indians us changed we would be moved towards super power status. Recommend

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