Fasten your seat belts: 'Parwaaz Hai Junoon' trailer is one hell of a ride

Published: July 7, 2018
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After much delay, the trailer for Hamza Ali Abbasi, Hania Aamir, Ahad Raza Mir’s much-awaited film Parwaaz Hai Junoon is here and as expected, it looks great!

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The video clip takes us through the skies and into the lives of the three main leads. Hania’s character has given up American citizenship to serve the Air Force back home. Hamza’s role is that of an absolute sweetheart and Ahad’s character is seen ridiculing Hania’s for being a woman in air force.

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However, soon enough, we see a love triangle blossom between the three and – ladies, take note – Hamza grooving to some beats! We also get a glimpse of Shaz Khan and Kubra Khan – also part of Parwaaz Hai Junoon, albeit in small parts – getting married.

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The three-minute video manages to capture our attention with beautiful cinematography and a relatable story line.

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Paying tribute to Air Force, we see pilots prepping themselves to take on a terrorist mission. Shots of the control room and fighter jets piercing through the sky promises Parwaaz Hai Junoon to feature a lot of action.

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The film vows to trigger a lot of different emotions, especially patriotism, as the Pakistani flag soars high. There are also Shamoon Abbasi and the evergreen Asif Raza Mir present in the trailer as well.

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Parwaaz Hai Junoon is penned by ace-writer Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Haseeb Hassan, under the banner of Momina Duraid productions. The movie is slated to release on Eidul Azha.

Watch the trailer here:

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Reader Comments (3)

  • Bunny Rabbit
    Jul 7, 2018 - 12:45PM

    Hamza Ali is a hunk indeed but needs to brush up his acting skills . Recommend

  • Usman Khan
    Jul 7, 2018 - 12:55PM

    Hassan Malik is right. Recommend

  • UJ
    Jul 7, 2018 - 2:17PM

    Uber-nationalism might not save the weak storyline here. Good luck though!Recommend

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