Did you know? Sana Bucha and Ayesha Omar to make big screen debut

They will be joined by Shaan and actor-turned-producer Humayun Saeed in Delta Echo Fox Trot.

April 05, 2014
Did you know?: Sana Bucha and Ayesha Omar to make big screen debut

Waar’s record-breaking success at the box office didn’t give its film-makers a lot of time to celebrate as they already have their hands full with the next project.

Before the awaited Waar 2 hits the floor, producers of Waar have geared up for another action flick, Delta Echo Fox Trot.

The production of Delta Echo Fox Trot had been unveiled earlier this year, but now the cast has also been finalised and it features some of the most talked about names of the industry.

Well-known news anchor Sana Bucha will be making her big screen debut alongside the much-criticised Ayesha Omar. The ladies will be joined by none other than the blue-eyed boy of Pakistani cinema, Shaan and actor-turned-producer Humayun Saeed. Omar has previously made a guest appearance in Main Hoon Shahid Afridi.

The film is, as was expected, based on the life of Pakistani soldiers and how their personal lives are affected by the wars that they are a part of.

“This one is going to be a mind-blowing experience and something definitely way bigger and better than Waar,” Dr Hasan Waqas Rana, writer, director and producer of the film told The Express Tribune.

The film enters the production phase in a week’s time and after a 45-days shoot, its slated for a late 2014 or an early 2015 release.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 6th, 2014.

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H R U | 7 years ago | Reply There is none bold perfect managing female anchor except you Ms Sana Bucha!
String theory. | 7 years ago | Reply

Sana is very Beautiful girl. I am impressed by her, However she turned bit controversial by talking against one pary

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