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Mein Ek Din Laut Kay Aaoon Ga (2007)

A newly married couple Zohiab and Sheeza are coming home after their marriage but Sheeza pushes Zohaib and he falls in a ditch and than everything changes in Zohaib's family until a stranger from Morocco enters the scenario.

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(as Mohamad Javed Fazil)
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Saba Wasim Abbas ...
Mrs. Haroon (as Saba Pervaiz)
Nadeem Baig ...
Ahmed Butt ...
Ajab Gul ...
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Pooja Kanwal ...
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Mein Ek Din Laut Kay Aaoon Ga, essentially revolves around a typical family setup. But the film has too many songs and twists and turns at regular intervals. As a result, the average person in the audience ends up getting lost in the subtle confusion. Zoheb runs his late father's business with the help of Mr. Khan. His mother, Mrs. Haroon, is busy preparing for her daughter's wedding while also on the lookout for a suitable match for her son. Meanwhile, Zoheb chances to meet Sheeza and a song or two later, falls madly in love with her and marries her without his mother's consent. But once she finds out, Saba's character asks her son to bring his wife home. While driving back home with his bride, Zoheb is pushed over a cliff by Sheeza. Hence, the first twist Sheeza is actually Mr. Khan's daughter, who had suffered insult at the hands of Zoheb's father when the latter refused to give him his share in the business. Sheeza married the son to avenge her father's mistreatment, and the ... Written by Anonymous

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INR 50,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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