‘Project Ghazi’ gears up for re-release

Published: March 25, 2019
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LAHORE: The post production of upcoming film Project Ghazi has been completed. The film will be presented for its censor screening before the Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) tomorrow, after which it will receive a censor certificate for release in cinema houses all around Pakistan. Project Ghazi is scheduled to release March 29 while the CBFC censor meeting is to be held on March 27.

Promotional campaigns for the film are in full swing all across the country. The cast, which includes Humayun Saeed, Syra Shehroz, Sheheryar Munawar and others are currently in Lahore in this connection. Distributors and cinema owners who believe it will be a super hit film  are preparing for its release.

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Project Ghazi is a story of bravery and patriotism. Beside this, there are elements of comedy within the film for the public. Shehroz is essaying the role of a scientist while Munawar will play the role of Major Zain. Saeed will be seen as Salaar Salah Uddin. Senior actors Talat Hussain and Adnan Jaffar will also be performing  interesting roles.

It is pertinent to mention that Project Ghazi is releasing at a time when two other Pakistani films Sherdil and Laal Kabootar are already currently in cinemas and doing good business. In presence of these local films, Project Ghazi has to prove itself but according to distributors this film will be dominate cinema houses.

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Project Ghazi will be releasing in both modern and traditional cinemas in Pakistan, especially Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad,” a Distributors Club official told The Express Tribune, seeking anonymity.

He continued, “Various splendid promotional campaigns have been held for the success of this film. Project Ghazi is a story of patriotism and therefore, we are expecting the public to come to cinemas and watch this film. I strongly believe that it will be the best film for cinema owners from a business point of view.”

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The insider concluded by stating that the film’s team has put in a lot of effort and thus is hopeful to see Project Ghazi doing very well at cinemas.

Edited by Ramsha Vistro.

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