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Amazing, poignant and revolutionary. From the speeches to the idea/concept; this amateur film has achieved a lot! Its launch during the election months only solidified its message. Chambaili has become a symbol for revolution, social mobility and change. Its bring hope to this country that yes it will be possible one day to end injustice. Though the movie is a little immature and childish; especially near the ending; the message remains preserved. I hope team Chambaili continues to work in other projects to revive the ailing Pakistani cinema culture. People from the International world should definitely watch it as it remains a true representation of the elite Pakistani middle class.
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