A story of a middle class guy, passionate about becoming an actor and prove his worthiness to his family. Ditching a job interview as a favor from a father to his son, the story leads to new endeavors.
The efforts of the Pakistani security forces in their fight against terrorism and how the lives of security officials are affected. A retired security officer returns to save Pakistan from a major terrorist attack.
Hamza Ali Abbasi,
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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
This movie became first Pakistani film since 2007 to make a milestone of longest running film for 165 days (22 weeks) breaking the record of Waar who previously held for 163 days. See more »
In the start of film, a person is watching live telecast of 2011 Cricket World Cup. A few days later, the character 'Moon' talks about Pakistani made footballs which were used in 2014 FIFA World Cup. See more »
Go... Gogi brother you?
Death, Gogi... and Poop... may come any time.
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three poor and desperate men try to chase their hopes and dreams through a turn of humorous events amidst the bustle and grime of Karachi's underbelly
Went to the cinema today after quite a few days of the film's release with a lot of expectations... and got just that. Brilliantly made, fast paced, great story line, some masala (such as the item number "Billi" ) without ever compromising the quality of the film. And lots of humour. Kept me entertained throughout. Some brilliant work from our Pakistani artists. Javed Shaikh was completely convincing as the stuttering landlord and with many surprising qualities to his personality (as you shall discover towards the end of the film). Fahad Mustafa has come a long way since his initial drama days with brilliant acting. the film makers have done a fantastic job. For long i had been hoping to see a light-note pakistani film. Na maloom afraad gave me just that along with its true-to-life gory and grimy depictions of Karachi's underbelly. Hope to see more stuff from the "filmwalas". Would recommend it fully. *thumbs up*
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