Review: Na Maloom Afraad


Last month, i along with my cousins and aunt decided to watch a movie at Atrium.
After going through all of the movies being played, we reluctantly decided on Na Maloom Afraad.
I realize i am very late in reviewing this movie. but better late than never.

Na Maloom Afraad is a movie about 3 poor fellows who are brought together by fate and end up making the ultimate plan to get rick quick. What follows are hilarious situations where they try and execute their plans all the while waiting for the only thing our politicians can give Karachi. That is right, strikes. Why were they waiting for strikes? What was their "get rich quick" plan?

As soon as the movie started we were so happy with our decision. The story and direction is amazing. The actors have performed splendidly. Although, Mohsan Abbas Haider's acting becomes a bit over at some points.
The characters will make you fall in love with them. Fahad Mustafa and Javed Sheikh's dialogue delivery should definitely be praised.

I do not want to reveal the ending but it was definitely a breath of fresh air. I wanted to get entertained and that is what the movie did.

The only thing i did not appreciate was the item song "Billi"
There was absolutely no need for the song or Mahwash Hayat 's character in the movie. People might think otherwise but i don't believe every movie needs a item song for it to be a hit. The movie itself was so good i can not think of a reason why the movie makers thought it would be a cherry on top. It definitely wasn't.
Sorry, not sorry! but that is just how i feel.

As a Pakistani, it is our duty to promote Pakistani movies and urge each other to give them a chance. If we ever want to see Pakistan at the top we need to stop associating our selves with things that are not ours. Be a Pakistani and go for Pakistani things. I myself thought it was probably like the same ol Pakistani movies with an idiotic concept, over acting and lots of chichorpan (which is what our comedy has become these days) but i was pleasantly surprised. I hope our amazingly talented Pakistanis keep making movies like; Bol, Khuda kay liye and Na Maloom Afraad,

So don't miss the last few shows of the movie that are left. Go ahead give the "Na Maloom Afraad" a chance and i am sure they won't disappoint you.  =)

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  1. I have been wanting to watch the new Pakistani movies but I haven't had a chance yet. This is on my list now :)

  2. This sounds good! Will be watching it once I am free from my semester studies. :D

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