Pakistani film 'Chalay Thay Saath' releases on Netflix

Published: May 16, 2018
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Worldwide streaming giant Netflix has added yet another Pakistani film to its collection: The Syra Shahroz-starrer Chalay Thay Saath.

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The actor took to Instagram and shared that Chalay Thay Saath is now up on Netflix.

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/SYRA SHAHROZ

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/SYRA SHAHROZ

The film was released in April 2017. Apart from Syra, it starred Mansha Pansha, Faris Khalid, Zhalay Sarhadi and Chinese actor Kent S Leung as well.

While speaking to The Express Tribune earlier, Syra revealed, “The film is about the different kind of relationships you deal with in life, whether they are with family or friends.”

Directed by Umer Adil, Chalay Thay Saath also had a massive opening in Hong Kong.

PHOTO: NETFLIX

PHOTO: NETFLIX

It tells the coming-of-age story of six young friends who embark on what ends up becoming a journey of self-discovery, liberation, growing up, intellectual awareness and spiritual awakening. The film features a romance between a young, adventurous Pakistani doctor Resham (played by Syra) and Adam (played by Kent).

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Other Pakistani films that are available on Netflix include Moor, Ho Mann Jahaan, Janaan, O21, Waar, Wrong No. and Dukhtar.

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Reader Comments (2)

  • Bunny Rabbit
    May 16, 2018 - 3:31PM

    Syra Shehroz is cute … and locales are picturesque and those are the nicest things about this movie . everything else is insipid .Recommend

  • Hasan ansari
    May 16, 2018 - 11:59PM

    Great movie – love Pakistani movies ❤️.
    Saw it yesterday !
    Thumbs up ;)Recommend

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