Teefa goes to Poland to get Anya to Pakistan to marry Butt gangster's son but lands up in trouble with Anya's gangster father and the Polish police.Teefa goes to Poland to get Anya to Pakistan to marry Butt gangster's son but lands up in trouble with Anya's gangster father and the Polish police.Teefa goes to Poland to get Anya to Pakistan to marry Butt gangster's son but lands up in trouble with Anya's gangster father and the Polish police.
Brilliant movie. Hats off to Ahsan Rahim and Ali Zafar
I usually don't write reviews for movies but Teefa In Touble has given me a reason to feel proud about Pakistani cinema and it compels me to write few words about my experience. It was a fine Friday noon when me and my friend decided to give it a go. Seriously speaking, neither of us had huge expectations but we both were surprised. This movie has set the bar higher and it is clearly the best Pakistani movie ever with plenty of remarkable moments. Mother-son relationship though short but it is portrayed very beautifully and has a strong message that has the soul of script (no spoilers intended). On screen chemistry between the leads and rest of the supporting cast makes everything fall into place. Many witty jokes uplift the mood and support the story in a balanced way. Action is top notch and worth mentioning here is the cinematography of "sajna door" and "chan ve". This is the first Pakistani movie that has properly managed script, screenplay, background score and cinematography. Songs are well placed and every character is justified. I felt the ending a little bit cliched and a few minutes cut could have concluded it better. In short, Teefa In Trouble is sheer cinematic brilliance and is a great milestone achieved in revival of Pakistani cinema. Ali Zafar in front of the camera as well as behind the screen has proven his mettle. Ahsan Rahim's direction deserves appreciation too. Rather it calls for thumbs up to the whole team. It's not like I haven't watched anything better than this but I am glad to write that this is one of the few remarkable movies by our film industry. It is a complete family entertainer and I highly recommend it. You won't be disappointed. Long live Pakistan.
- Jul 20, 2018
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