Wajahat Rauf’s ‘Parde Mein Rehne Do’ promises to be a huge entertainer!

The movie is all set to release on Eid-ul-Fitr



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Every movie buff has been eager to watch the trailer of Parde Mein Rehne Do since it’s first poster was released. Starring Hania Amir and Ali Rehman in lead roles, the movie is all set to release on Eid-ul-Fitr. The trailer of the highly anticipated movie was launched at a star studded event held at Beach Luxury Hotel, Karachi.

After a year of restrictions due to Covid-19, Cinemas are back in business and we couldn’t be more excited. With all that we have been through in the past year or so, everyone is looking forward to watch a light hearted romantic comedy and the trailer of Parde Mein Rehne Do promises to do that.

The trailer shows the story of a couple who are facing trouble to start a new family and are being pressurized by their family who continue to compare them to couples whose families are growing. While the approach taken is humorous, the trailer succeeds to shed light on a topic that continues to threat the stability of many young couples in our country. Apart from an intriguing plot and promising actors and crew, the trailer also showcases great visuals and ace comic timing which are the perfect ingredients for a block buster movie.

Director Wajahat Rauf said “For me, ‘Parde Mein Rehne Do’ is a labor of love that addresses an important social issue. I hope to make more films that give out a positive message along with entertaining people.”

The trailer gives us a glimpse at what looks like a movie that provides you a wholesome cinema experience with a desi twist, not only is it giving you the right amount of emotional quotient but also proving to be a solid entertainer with various songs and performances.

With a strong supporting cast including,  Javed Sheikh, Saifee Hasan,and Noor ul Hassan, Sonia Nazir, Hasan Raza, Sadia Faisal, Shafqat Khan, and Munazzah Arif, the expectations from the movie are high.

Looks like we’ll have trouble booking tickets for this one before they get sold out!