Heer Maan Ja: And the award for the best Eidul Azha film goes to…


https://www

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com/watch?v=k322Pq_LguM IRK Films introduced us to the world of Heer (Hareem Farooq), a young soon-to-be-married woman on the run from her conservative family

However, along with its entertainment aspect, the movie propelled its viewers to reflect on its hidden message about honour killing as well

Including a socially important message, Heer Maan Ja fulfilled its duty of responsible filmmaking

All in all, the movie emerged as a winner because of a whole host of factors

To begin with, Hareem, Ali Rehman and Aamina Sheikh delivered noteworthy performances that were thoroughly enjoyable

 They lived up to their characters and outdid themselves with their phenomenal acting

Hareem and her father, Abid Ali, provided the much-needed zing factor

This father-daughter relationship was a significant part of the storyline and they did not disappoint us at all

Moreover, the robust chemistry between the lead pair, Ali and Hareem, was the core of the film that included quite a lot of comedy and a bit of trouble

This duo has previously shared the screen too, and their camaraderie and interplay as actors shines through every single time

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="480"] Gif: Giphy[/caption] [caption id="attachment_86799" align="alignnone" width="600"] Photo: Screenshot[/caption] Moving on to the direction, this was Azfar Jafri’s fourth consecutive project with IRK Films as a director, and he impressed us once again with his work ethic

His style of direction suited Heer Maan Ja perfectly, perhaps better than its predecessors

Its brilliantly shot music videos had that X-factor backed with powerful cinematography

Azfar proved that there is immense room for experimentation beyond the conventional standards of filmmaking

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="480"] Gif: Giphy[/caption] The producer, Imran Raza Kazmi, has managed to resuscitate a small-scale entertainment industry in Islamabad

And with that in mind, he came up with a creative strategy to keep the viewers hooked for two and a half hours with comedy, romance, drama and a powerful social lesson

He, along with his team, provided the movie with much-needed soul and sentiment

This has long been apparent in previous IRK films as well but it looks like the team is slowly trying to push the boundaries of Pakistani cinema

[caption id="attachment_86800" align="alignnone" width="600"] Photo: Screenshot[/caption] Two additional features that made the film worth watching were its choreography and music

The title track, choreographed artistically, was the most appealing, being an original and not an offshoot of some sloppy song

Sahara UK outshined themselves with another amazing dance track, Addi Maar

https://www

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com/watch?v=vWRTo4lkdWw It is quite rare for a film to integrate different genres

Heer Maan Ja challenged that by incorporating drama and romance that took us on a roller coaster ride

For that reason, it is unfair to classify it only as a comedy film

[caption id="attachment_86801" align="alignnone" width="600"] Photo: Screenshot[/caption] All in all, the movie was a crowd-puller

The theme, direction and music of the film was thoroughly entertaining

 There were no loose ends and each character got closure, especially Heer

Many stars made brief cameos that positively influenced the story

With emphasis on minute details, the film was shot and acted out smartly

Go watch for yourself and see how it turns out for you!



Date:18-Aug-2019 Reference:View Original Link