Have you seen? First look of Jami’s Moor goes live!

The teaser for the upcoming Lollywood film was released earlier this week.


August 06, 2013
Moor's first look. PHOTO: PUBLICITY

If the details in Waar’s trailer took you by surprise, then the simplicity of the first look of Moor — film-maker Jami’s first feature film — is going to blow you away.

Released online this week, the teaser of Moor (which means mother in Pashto) heavily relies on visuals accompanied by a soothing score, which is a pleasant change from standard Pakistani practices, as your anticipation of the film builds up, without the story being unveiled.

The trailer comprises scenic shots of the beautiful snow-clad terrain of Muslim Baagh, an area in the vicinity of Qila Saifullah district in Balochistan. One of the most elaborate shots even shows the once existing Zhob Valley Railway (ZVR) in operation with a train easing into the frame as we slowly fade in and out to the highlands.



ZVR has been out of service for quite some time now and like many other railway lines laid during the British era, this one is being removed by the locals and sold as scrap.

This decline of the railways system will play a major part in the film’s story, which sources tell us is about a child’s journey from the outskirts of Quetta to Karachi.

Presented by Azaad films and Mandviwalla Entertainment, the film, which was previously titled Morqaye, will be released at the end of 2013 or early 2014.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 7th, 2013.

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COMMENTS (7)

Ambreen Siddiqui | 7 years ago | Reply

@Jami: simply amazing...i loved the trailor of moor and waiting for its release.... your work is really nice , the way u explored the beauty of Balochistan areas is simply amazing.... it should be internationaly release so that the world may know how beautiful is Pakistan and balochistan is a place to love not a no-g- area.... your film will definitely give a positive impact to tourism industry of pakistan.... We r proud of u Jami...Stay blessed !

Indigenious | 7 years ago | Reply

Congrats Jami ..ET its MUSLIM BAGH not BAAGH Please JAMI The FIlm is shot in PASHTUN BELT of Balochistan and Pashtuns are not BALUCH. THANKS

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