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Farjad Nabi & Meenu Kaur
What do you want to see in a movie?
Flashy clothes? Glamour? Happily lived after kind of love story? Women in short dresses? Item number? Pure entertainment?
If you want that all, You have come to wrong place Sonny. This movie isn't meant for you.
Zinda Bhaag is one of the sharpest dagger to pierce your heart to fill the reality of unsung heroes of poor families who risk everything to dream for better future, for them and their family.
I am actually a big critic of current Pakistani movie scene. Similarly to our drama industry, films are more filled with pathetic action and unnecessary glamour. This is why I don't think movies like Zinda Bhaag do come often.
I really watched this movie with very firm grip that I would find just a tiny point to criticise it but I couldn't find it. It made me proud that at last this movie has broken all the stereotypes.
A very moving and extra ordinary script.
Story of three poor and working class youths who are fighting to survive in this hellhole of poverty but also irrigating this mighty tree of hopes with their blood, the three on which their families are daydreaming.
It has some veteran actors of PTV and star performer Naseer Ud Deen Shah from India but I will specially name Khurram Patras (Khaldi), Zohaib Asghar (Taambi) and Amna Ilyas (Rubina) for their fantastic performances.
Zohaib Asghar is an hell of a find, who was previously working as a mobile phone salesman. The pain he depicts of a young man on his face, who's family has gone estranged over his failure to earn fortune is worth billions.
Movie is partially in Punjabi movie which can hint that unnamed city is highly inspired from Gujrat or Gujranwala where its common for people to migrate west for jobs.
Movie also has one of most original sound track. Sahir Ali Bagga is the man with all amazing stuff happens ever.
Best movie is past decade in my humble opinion. A movie which really unveiled class difference, broken promises, destroyed innocent wishes and reality of death.
Give me a favour, don't hesitate because of rating. Go for it please.
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