I was invited to the launch event of the Moor. It is written and directed by Jami and produced by Nadeem Mandviwalla. At the event there was lots of media personals and bloggers were present.
I’ve seen the first teaser of Moor back in 2013 at the Atrium Cinemas and I was blown away by the stunning direction by Jami.
At the beginning Jami explains his movie. He told us that the movie is about the railway system of Balochistan, especially the closure of Zhob valley railways and how it effects people of Pakistan and it is based on a true story, Moor is a tale filled with emotions bound to strike a chord with every cinema goer at some level. The plot of the movie speaks of corruption in a manner to provoke the masses to take individualistic measures to combat the social evils prevalent in our society. Then Hameed Sheikh, Abdul Qadir, Shabbir Rana and Samiya Mumtaz shared their experiences about the movie. I love how Hameed Sheikh explains Moor…
Hameed Sheikh says, ‘ye film coffee pene walo k lye ha.’ #MoorMeetsPress
— فضّٰہ (@FizzaMalick) June 4, 2015
After that there was a Q&A session with the press. There was a question “Why there isn’t any entertainment in the movie, like some item number ?” And Nadeem Mandviwalla replied
Another question was for Samiya “What is the difference between your role in ‘Dukhtar’ & ‘Moor’ cos they both look same?” And she replied
— Farman (@farmans_) June 4, 2015
Then there was a question about the music of the movie and Nadeem Mandviwalla replied
There are 7 songs in the film. Strings, Javed Bashir, Meesha Shafi, Rahim Shah & Rehma have graced the music for Moor #MoorMeetsPress
— Fatima Malik (@FammaMalik) June 4, 2015
And in the end Nadeem Mandviwalla told us about his favorite dialogue from the Moor which explains everything about the movie.
— Quratulain Tejani (@qtejani) June 4, 2015
Moor is all set to release on 14th August 2015 while music will release after Ramadan and I just can’t wait to see the spectacular beauty of Balochistan shot by Jami. More details about the movie can be found at www.moorthefilm.com
All the pictures were clicked by me and the rest of the pictures can be found here