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Na Maloom Afraad is a story of three reckless poor struggling souls, running after their individual ambitions and desires, brought together by one incident which makes their not so simple life into a thrilling roller coaster ride of numerous ironic twist & turns. The three characters run around in the chaotic city of Karachi bringing out the craziest plan to save their love, life and asses. Written by
Umais Bin Sajjad
First Pakistani film to be produced and released same year. See more »
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Go... Gogi brother you?
Death, Gogi... and Poop... may come any time.
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I love this movie, it's entirely made in Pakistan and 100% reflects the Pakistani culture. Also the first Pakistani movie entirely shot with Arri Alexa. cinematography is superb. each and every scene is hilarious. The legend actor Javed Sheikh's performance is amazing. and Fahad Mustafa and Mohsin Abbas have also done a great justice to their rolls. I like the cute romance between Farhan and Naina. I really enjoyed the movie and I would suggest everyone to watch this movie at lease once than decide if it's worth watching again or not, but i am sure you will forget all other boring action movies. The director Nabeel Qureshi, Producer Fizza Ali Meerza, the Actor Fahad Mustafa and Mohsin Abbas reminds me of the Sam Raimi's debut film The Evil Dead which was released in 1981, and they were promoting their movie exactly the same way. There is so much similarity between those young boys and our these young Pakistani's. I wish them all luck and hope that they will be successful in the every next movie they would make.
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