Mahira Khan's Bin Roye trailer intrigues, leaves us wanting more

Published April 10, 2015
The trailer showcases alluring dance sequences.
The trailer showcases alluring dance sequences.

The trailer for Humayun Saeed and Mahira Khan's much anticipated Bin Roye released today and has left us more impatient than ever for its release.

The trailer starts off with Mahira running around in fields, looking chirpy as ever and goes on to show multiple shots of Armeena Rana Khan's wedding taking place, where Mahira is seen dancing (look out for a glimpse of Adeel Hussain in the dance number!).

Dubbed a story of love and hate, the two and a half minute trailer shows shots of Saeed romancing Armeena and tension between him and Mahira.

Armeena Khan makes her debut in Pakistani cinema with a star-studded cast. — Screen grab
Armeena Khan makes her debut in Pakistani cinema with a star-studded cast. — Screen grab

According to their Facebook page, Bin Roye is the story of two sisters and after the untimely death of one sister, the other has to step into her shoes. What we can deduce from the trailer is that Armeena was initially married to Saeed and when she passes away, Mahira is then forced to marry her ex-brother-in-law.

The chemistry between Mahira and Humayun sizzles in the trailer. — Screen grab
The chemistry between Mahira and Humayun sizzles in the trailer. — Screen grab

The romantic drama is based on Farhat Ishtiaq's acclaimed novel 'Bin Roye Aansoo' and has been produced by Momina Duraid of Zindagi Gulzar Hai and Humsafar fame. Ishtiaq is also the brains behind Humsafar and Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu.

Talking to Instep in a recent interview, Mahira said: "It’s a full blown feature film. I love commercial cinema. I like watching a Ram Leela. I like my dance and song. And I have danced in Bin Roye."

Read: Bin Roye story more mature than Humsafar: Humayun Saeed

The movie also stars Zeba Bakhtiar, Javed Sheikh and Junaid Khan among others and is slated for an Eid release. The feature film will also be turned into a drama series for Hum TV.

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