After going through a bitter divorce through a Caucasian wife, U.K.-based Hussain Shah now lives in a common-law relationship with another Caucasian woman. Angered that his daughter, Mary, is dating a Caucasian male, Dave, he counsels her to stop seeing him as it is forbidden for women to marry outside Islam. But when Mary persists, he relents and permits her to marry, provided she travels with him to Lahore, Pakistan, to meet his estranged mother and brother, to which she agrees. Once there, Mary is then taken to a remote area in Afghanistan and forced to marry her cousin, Sarmad Khan, a singing artiste, who has turned conservative after being influenced by Moulana Tahiri. Sarmad's brother, Mansoor, re-locates to Chicago, to enroll for music lessons with Professor Lincoln, meets with Caucasian fellow-student, Janie, and both fall in love with each other. Than the events of 9-11 will result in Mansoor's arrest by the CIA. He is isolated, humiliated, fed pork, tortured endlessly until ...Written by
The role of Sarmad was initially offered to singer Ali Zafar. See more »
...what is between you and Osama Bin Laden?
I don't know. Maybe he is gay and he likes me!
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good movie,worth watching ..daring one for a change
I'm not going to say much for now even though i have much comments about this film after i watched it 3 days ago.
all i will say you must watch it your self,whether you will agree with whats in it or not,this movie it tore heart apart, but i prefer to postpone all for now i want to say about this movie -for now- my critical point of view is not imp now what i want to say for now is,guys this movie has already won an award in my country in Egypt we have the international Cairo film festival and by the way this film festival is recognized abroad within the 12 approved international film festival it has won the 2nd award. that adds one more reason why you should watch it.
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