Na Maloom Afraad theatrical trailer released

Published: June 28, 2014
The film is supposed to be released in august. PHOTO: WIKIMEDIA

The film is supposed to be released in august. PHOTO: WIKIMEDIA

KARACHI: Filmwala pictures have released the first theatrical trailer for their upcoming feature film Na Maloom Afraad offering a sharp glimpse into what audiences can expect in their local cinemas come August 2014.

The 2:51 minutes long trailer sheds light on the lives of three struggling fellows (Javed Sheikh, Fahad Mustafa and Mohsin Abbass Haider) who hatch a plan to save their lives and the love of their lives.

Their plan, however, backfires bringing them face to face with Goggi (Salman Shahid), an underground mafia boss, who wants them to provide him with parcel.

The three have to run across city creating chaos to bring their second plan to success and get rid of the mafia boss.

The theatrical trailer, rather an extended teaser, is sharp and could possibly have included most of the gags and action sequences of the movie.

It looks similar to some recent Indian releases in the way it is coloured, shot and edited.

The veteran Javed Sheikh plays a stuttering old man with a penchant for saying “I told you so…”. Fahad Mustafa, who has been charming audiences on the small screen, can finally look forward to his silver screen debut, though a fuller assessment on his acting skills can only be made once the film is out.

Salman Shahid seems to be the anti-typical villain in the short sequence we see him in the trailer, though this is to be expected in a comedy film.

Model-cum-TV star Urwa Tul Wusqa is the female star cast of the film unveiled in the trailer.

For a film on the law and order situation, the trailer lets out a few bank robberies, shutter down strikes, guns blazing and burning cars. A scenario television news watchers and newspaper readers in the country are all to familiar with.

The film is directed by Nabeel Qureshi and produced by Fizza Ali Meerza under the banner of Filmwala pictures.

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Reader Comments (11)

  • Bilal
    Jun 28, 2014 - 2:15AM

    Wow. It looks great & I will definitely go to the cinema and watch this film. But I do feel that the item numbers are TOTALLY unnecessary in Pakistan. They are an Indian thing, not a Pakistani thing. I can just remember the failure of Mathira’s item number last year…I couldn’t stop laughing at it throughout watching it (but I can’t deny this one looks way better haha but still) I heard the director Jami Mahmood also say the same thing that Pakistan shouldn’t do item numbers, of course, reality is there will be tawaifs in Pakistan just like every other country in the world who dance and what not but that’s not what cinema is about & what it should be in Pakistan. I totally agree with him, look at his film Moor, it looks amazing.


  • Khan
    Jun 28, 2014 - 2:26AM

    “It looks similar to some recent Indian releases in the way it is coloured, shot and edited.”

    Sorry ET, Pakistani cinema has nothing to do with Indian cinema. It is in process of taking a personality of its own. New movies are more social and political based, involves more action and less dancing. Judge yourself.


  • Omer
    Jun 28, 2014 - 2:38AM

    W.O.W….. looks awesome.


  • namaloomafraad
    Jun 28, 2014 - 4:28AM

    I must pray for the star cast of this movie can be at risk of Na Maloom AfraadRecommend

  • sensible
    Jun 28, 2014 - 4:52AM

    seems like i watched trailor of “delhi belly”


  • Harsh
    Jun 28, 2014 - 9:31AM

    “Delhi Belly” Part 2 :)


  • nasir
    Jun 28, 2014 - 11:18AM

    must appreciate the efforts , movie is looking good . definitely encourage the new comers . this will get much better response .


  • rahul
    Jun 29, 2014 - 12:49AM

    ha ha .. Copy of delhi belly


  • Ahmad
    Jun 29, 2014 - 10:56AM

    Really Nice Movie


  • nust
    Jul 11, 2014 - 12:15AM

    Seriously though, the item number drowns it.Recommend

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