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Preity is a young Sikh girl who moves to Pakistan and falls in love with a Pakistani boy - Shaan. However, the star-crossed lovers have to deal with a clash of cultures, religions and disapproving parents. Written by
Ok so this is the first time i have voted and is commenting on a pakistani movie although i live in pakistan.The fact is i hate pakistani movies due to their dull storyline,bad acting and laughable fighting scenes and sets.But this was different,It had a great storyline probably one of the few times where pakistanis have combined romance,story,drama,and action so skillfully and briliantly.I loved pakistans great responce to india's false patriotic rhetoric films which are just a mere exploitation of gun smoking patriotism.The indians dont even seem to offer a hand of friendship well atleast in this film shaan offered one but no not india.They would show the stupidity of one man scaring the whole pakistan army away or a officer killing 100 freedom fighters of kashmir e.g sunny deol in the ridiculous gadar.Overall this film is in pakistan's top 5 alongwith choorian,maula jat,omrao jan ada,and the brilliant pro palestine film(with the overweight israeli soldiers)zulaikha.9 out of 10.
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