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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
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Na Maloom Afraad is a movie based on current situation of Pakistan including terrorism, unemployment, financial situations of the people etc. Javed Sheikh, Fahad Mustafa and Salman Shahid as Shakeel Bhai, Farhan and Gogi are simply brilliant in their roles. Salman Shahid has got a relative small duration but he is just outstanding as always. Mohsan Abbas Haider as Moon is too much loud and he slips a lot throughout the movie. Urwa as Naina got very less screen space so it is difficult to judge her acting skills on a large screen. Direction has many lapses throughout the movie but the director is successful in creating a good movie as his first project. The climax is good but there are many question left behind in the viewer's mind. Music is good and Mehwish Hayat, doing an item number, is just stunning and she holds the song with grace. I will like to go with 8 out of 10 rating because it is a tight budget movie and is much better than the movie made in our neighbor country. It is a fun watching a Pakistani movie with new faces on large screen. I hope that Pakistani cinema will flourish with this movie.
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