What to expect from romance flick ‘Parey Hut Love’
Parey Hat Love stars answer everything as shoot concludes
Asim Raza’s Parey Hut Love came with a star-studded celebration as shoot for the film concluded on Monday.
The event was graced with the romance flick’s cast that included Mahira Khan, Maya Ali, Sheheryar Munawar, Ahmed Ali Butt, Zara Noor Abbas and others.
Here are a few hints regarding what the movie is all about.
You’ll see less of Mahira Khan
‘How less’ is yet to be seen as we never know what she turns out to be on the big screen. For now, it seems like a Parey Hut Ja case for the Maula Jatt II star.
Zara Noor Abbas gets her big screen debut
The big screen debutante finds her Abu figure. As she says during a star-studded promotional on concluding the shoots.
Aap ko jab Abu bolta hai tou movie pakar leni chaheye because Asim Raza is the Abu of all of us, she said.
She will be sharing the frame with her on-screen partner Ahmed Ali butt.
Sheheryar Munawar will reveal his actual personality
Usually three months before the shooting you start becoming the character, eat the way they do, walk the way they walk. Sheheryar had to be himself in Parey Hut Love.
Ahmed Ali Butt
The man has had his hands on many roles and with Parey Hut Love, Ahmed Ali Butt finds the co-stars for life and unanimously agrees with Zara over the Abu figure in the media industry.
“It was an honour for me to give my input to the script. A person can act better when you are surrounded with people of your caliber or even better,” Butt said.
Having entered the industry at the same time, Ahmed Ali Butt is sharing the screen with Mahira Khan after so many years.
Asim Raza becomes the Abu-figure for the film industry
We see it coming from a second directorial attempt from Ho Mann Jahan director Asim Raza. What we learn is that PHL comes with a lot of investment and experience.
First movie comes from Heart but the Second movie comes from Heart and Brains, as Asim calls it.
Maya Ali will be more feminine
Maya will be seen differently strong from her character in Teefa in Trouble. A little more feminine, perhaps.