The debut film of Nabeel Qureshi and Fizza Ali Meerza and Mehdi Ali of Filmwala Pictures, Na Maloom Afraad will be screened across Pakistan on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha in October. The film will be distributed by Everready Pictures and Hum Films.

Na Maloom Afraad will face a tough time at the box office, as it comes out alongside two Bollywood star-packed films, Shahid Kapoor’s Haider and Hrithik Roshan’s Bang Bang. The producers of Na Maloom Afraad are, however, confident their film will draw large crowds.


Na Maloom Afraad: background


Termed a 'comedy thriller', Na Maloom Afraad tells the story of three reckless men chasing their ambitions, and risking their lives in the process. Set in Karachi, the plot revolves around the frequent chaos that descends upon the metropolis.

The film is a local production in every aspect, from the cast, to the script, to the soundtrack.

The star studded cast includes Javed Sheikh, Fahad Mustafa, Mohsin Abbas Haider, Urwa Hocane, Kubra Khan, Salman Shahid and Mehwish Hayat.

The director, Nabeel Qureshi has previously made many telefilms and music videos; his most famous ones include Pandora and The President for BNN - a satirical show previously aired on Geo News.

The producer, Fizza Ali Meerza is also a known name with dramas like Mora Piya and the remake of telefilm Armaan under her belt. She also penned the script for the film along with the director.

The film’s background scored has been composed by Shani-Kami and its nine soundtracks was released today. Legendary Sajjad Ali has also lent his vocals for the title track.

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