'Parchi' trailer is out and Hareem Farooq's looks could kill

Published: December 2, 2017
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KARACHI: With the plethora of Pakistani films releasing this December, we might just have to camp in at the nearest theatre. After Arth 2, Rangreza and Chupan Chupai, we have a new addition to the line-up.

Brace yourselves everyone, the Parchi trailer is out!

Needless to say, the cast of Parchi is huge. Favourites from Diyar-e-Dil, Hareem Farooq and Ali Rehman Khan, alias Arjumand and Suhaib will be seen beside Usman Mukhtar. The trio was earlier part of Janaan as well. The very handsome Ahmed Ali Akbar will also grace the screen with his presence alongside Shafqat Khan, Shafqat Cheema, Faizan Shaikh, Talal Jilani, Mojiz Hasan, Salman Shaukat, Mahenur Haider and Faiza Saleem.

Hareem makes an entrance that screams haseena atom-bomb and she looks perfect in that gangster avatar. She might just be overshadowing all the male-characters in the film.

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Apart from the trailer, the film has also released its entire music album online and the tracks are mind blowing as well, as promised.

The title track of Parchi sounds quite like Shahrukh’s Khan Don hinting at a crime-thriller which was evident from the teaser released a few months ago.

We hope it’s not too late to add another track to all your mehndi dances this season because Parchi might have just brought the best bhangra number sung by the famous Sahara and Nindy Kaur, titled Billo Hai. Hareem, Usman, Ali and Ahmed seem to have nailed all the moves. Thanks to Balu Mahi star, Osman Khalid Butt who is making a choreography debut with Parchi.

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Mika Singh and Keka Ghoshal lent their amazing voice to the film as well.

#ParchiWillBlowYourMind :D

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With this stellar star cast, foot-tapping numbers and witty punch-lines, we’re convinced that Parchi might just give other films a run for their money.

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If you can’t get enough of the trailer, check out some of this behind-the-scenes to keep you busy till the film comes out on January 5, 2018.

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  • Truth Seeker
    Dec 3, 2017 - 5:22PM

    Looks like a copy of Bollywood film Fukrey. Show some originality! Recommend

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