'Parwaaz Hai Junoon' latest teaser reveals intense training routines

Published: April 24, 2018
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KARACHI: After Hamza Ali Abbasi and Shaz Khan’s stunts in the sky, another teaser for Parwaaz Hai Junoon has been released. Showing intense training routines, this one introduces Pakistan’s heartthrob Ahad Raza Mir and Hania Amir in the lead.

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Set in the snow-covered mountains of Pakistan, the teaser kicks off with an egocentric Ahad, speaking of his passions to conquer the world.

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Walking through the steep slopes and facing hurdles on the way, Hania and Ahad are required to go through rigourous training to make it to the air force squad.

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The teaser also shows that there might be some bonding during these hard times as the steep mountains can easily make one fall implying the need for teamwork as an essential part of training.

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Parwaaz Hai Junoon will also mark the appearance of the king of mimicry, Shafaat Ali and we’re sure that his presence will add a sense of relief to all the tensions experienced by the rest of the rookie team.

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Apart from Hamza, Shaz, Ahad, Hania and Shafaat, the film also stars Shamoon Abbasi. Kubra Khan and Adnan Jaffer will also be seen in the film, paying tribute to the Pakistan Air Force.

Parwaaz Hai Junoon is penned by ace-writer Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Haseeb Hassan under the banner of Momina Duraid productions. Parwaaz Hai Junoon is expected to hit theatres on Eidul Fitr along with Mahira Khan’s 7 Din Mohabbat In.

Watch the teaser here:

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  • saeeds
    Apr 24, 2018 - 8:28PM

    Pick the wrong the person I don’t think many open minded can bear him. At least not meRecommend

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