Pakistan's first superhero movie 'Project Ghazi's first teaser looks fierce!

Watch the teaser here


Entertainment Desk May 12, 2017
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Pakistan’s first superhero film Project Ghazi has been in the news ever since the project was announced last year.The film stars Humayun Saeed, Shehryar Munawar and Syra Shahroz in lead roles.

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Now, the first teaser of the movie is out and it looks intense!

The teaser begins with a man behind a mask, who seems to threaten to expose the reality of human nature and how we have been lying to ourselves since the inception of time.

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The teaser also features a montage of the lead actors and we get to see Syra, Humayun and Shehryar in all their glory.

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Project Ghazi, with a stellar cast is an action movie, and Pakistan's very first superhero film, looks fierce and promising from the looks of its teaser and gives a striking resemblance to Yalghaar and Waar, who are based on war as well.

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Watch the teaser here:


“It’s a story of an advanced soldier project and it spans over a period of 20 years,” director Nadir Shah told The Express Tribune during a live Facebook session.

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Nadir is an ad-film maker and Project Ghazi is his first feature film. “We wanted to shake things a little so there are elements of espionage and spy genres in the movie as well,” he added.

If the movie is as good as this teaser is, we might have a successful first Pakistani superhero movie!

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COMMENTS (4)

Maj gaurav arya | 4 years ago | Reply @ahmad: At least its a lot more original than bollywood
ahmad | 4 years ago | Reply Bane be like 'wow, so original'
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