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Mahira Khan teases ‘Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad’ release date on Instagram

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Pakistani superstar Mahira Khan has teased the release date of her upcoming, highly-anticipated film, Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad on her social media handle on Monday.

The Raees diva, who is set to share the screen space for the first time with Fahad Mustafa in the upcoming film, turned to her Instagram and dropped the film’s poster.

Sharing the picture, the Bin Roye actress announced that the film will hit the theatres on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha in 2022.

Directed by Nabeel Qureshi, Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad was previously scheduled to release in 2021. However, the film’s release got delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Backed by Qureshi and Fizza Ali Meerza, Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad is an action-comedy that follows the story of a notorious cop, played by Mustafa. Khan stars opposite him. 

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Is Sajal Aly returning to Bollywood alongside Prabhas?

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Indian entertainment sources have revealed that Sajal Aly is all ready to make her Bollywood comeback with the historical drama “Fauji.” She may appear on film alongside Prabhas, who stars in “Baahubali,” according to reports.

The information states that “Fauji” would be directed by “Sita Ramam” filmmaker Hanu Raghavapudi, who earlier disclosed that the film is a period action drama with a historical fiction setting. It is said that the “unique love story” is set against the “backdrop of war, taking place before India’s independence.”

Prabhas plays a British soldier in the film, which is supposed to also star Indian actor Mrunal Thakur. The “Sinf-e-Aahan” star was contacted by the filmmakers, who wanted to cast a pan-Asian female actor as the second heroine.

The project has the financial support of Mythri Movie Makers, and massive sets are being built in Hyderabad. September of this year is anticipated to see the release of the title.

A formal announcement about the casting specifics is anticipated in the interim.

It is noteworthy that Sajal Aly’s final Bollywood role was in the crime thriller “Mom” from Zee Studios, which costarred Sridevi, Adnan Siddiqui, Nawazudding Siddiqui, and Akshaye Khanna. Prior to the 2016 Uri attack, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) and the Film Producers Guild of India forbade Pakistani artists from performing in their nation. This strained relations between the two nations.Indian entertainment sources have revealed that Sajal Aly is all ready to make her Bollywood comeback with the historical drama “Fauji.” She may appear on film alongside Prabhas, who stars in “Baahubali,” according to reports.

The information states that “Fauji” would be directed by “Sita Ramam” filmmaker Hanu Raghavapudi, who earlier disclosed that the film is a period action drama with a historical fiction setting. It is said that the “unique love story” is set against the “backdrop of war, taking place before India’s independence.”

Prabhas plays a British soldier in the film, which is supposed to also star Indian actor Mrunal Thakur. The “Sinf-e-Aahan” star was contacted by the filmmakers, who wanted to cast a pan-Asian female actor as the second heroine.

The project has the financial support of Mythri Movie Makers, and massive sets are being built in Hyderabad. September of this year is anticipated to see the release of the title.

A formal announcement about the casting specifics is anticipated in the interim.

ThisIt is noteworthy that Sajal Aly’s final Bollywood role was in the crime thriller “Mom” from Zed Studios, which costarred Sridevi, Adnan Siddiqui, Nawazudding Siddiqui, and Akshaye Khanna. Prior to the 2016 Uri attack, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) and the Film Producers Guild of India forbade Pakistani artists from performing in their nation. This strained relations between the two nations.

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Lahore dramatist Khalilur Rehman was abducted and robbed.

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Drama writer Amna Urooj claimed to be a great admirer and expressed interest in developing a drama in a letter to him, according to the drama writer’s lawsuit.

I was made to sit in a room when I got to the address the woman gave me. My cell phone, cash, ATM card, and other items were taken away by unidentified armed individuals who broke into my room after a while, according to Khalil ur Rehman Qamar’s police report.

As to his police report, he was blindfolded and brought to an unidentified place where the suspects asked for an extra Rs 1 million to free him. If they didn’t get their demand, they threw him at the unidentified place and got away.

Based on Qamar’s complaint, the police have opened a case including robbery and kidnapping.

The CIA police have been given charge of the inquiry, and the authorities have said that they are actively looking for the suspects and are optimistic that they will find them quickly.

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Fawad Khan speaks up about his return to Bollywood

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Fawad Khan discussed rumors that he would be starring opposite Vaani Kapoor in a romantic comedy in his upcoming interview with an Indian media portal, which is set to premiere tomorrow, July 20.

He said to the interviewer, “Baatein ho rahi hoti hain,” without clarifying or disputing the rumor. Once more, if a concrete block is made, it will always be shared by all. Talks have taken place. Kis tarah main chhupa sakta hoon. Once more, as soon as something solid emerges, I will undoubtedly let you know. “How can I conceal it?”

In case you missed it, earlier this month, an Indian entertainment magazine exclusively revealed that Fawad Khan is returning to Bollywood after an eight-year hiatus. He will star alongside Vaani Kapoor in an untitled romantic comedy film that will be shot entirely in the UK.

Additionally, the report hinted that the film, which is helmed by Aarti Bagdi, will tell the tale of two shattered individuals who, through a series of fortunate events, bond, support, and eventually fall in love.

It is noteworthy that Fawad Khan’s final Bollywood role was in the 2016 film “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” before the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) and the Film Producers Guild of India forbade Pakistani artists from performing in their nation following the 2016 Uri attack, which worsened relations between the two nations.

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