Sheikh (Vasay Chaudhry) and Pervez (Ahmed Ali Butt) are now settled back into their mundane lives when suddenly Pervez's brother-in-law, Rahat (Fahad Mustafa), who had been out of touch for... See full summary »
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.
Mehtab Khagga and his family have had generation old ties of love and friendship with Bebojee and her family despite them belonging to 2 different worlds. Fawad Khagga, grandson of Mehtab Khagga, falls in love with his beloved Bebojee's granddaughter, Amal. He vows to win Amal through the sheer strength of his love. What follows is a test of love, friendship and family and Fawad's ultimate quest to bring Amal with him to Punjab.Written by
The scene after the comic "Help Me Durdana" where Mehwish Hayat with her dialogue delivery and top notch acting outshines everyone is the only scene which stands out for a film which everyone was bragging about but Punjab Nahi Jaungi comes with a somewhat already seen story but the same cannot be said for its dialogues where Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar once again redefines himself that he probably is one of the best drama writers but his craft is weak when it comes to unrealistic sequences and really illogical ending.
When it comes to acting you cannot decide who stands out in the film because each and every actor has given his/her full to their characters.
Mehwish Hayat simply outhines but the star is Urwa...
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