Published on 17 Jan 2016 | about 1 year ago
Lollywood 1960-85 & Beyond
This tuneful love & romance song with soft acoustic guitar outset is fun to watch from one of the popular Lollywood social reforms films Bol (speak out), released in 2011 by Geo Films (rights reserved) to draw attention on certain social issues like women rights, population planning, illiteracy, etc in third world. The movie was written & directed by senior TV producer, Shoaib Mansoor with main idea based on John Hopkins University Education Entertainment Project partnership program 2009 to highlight women rights, population planning and related social issues in third world countries. Based on this project, Shoaib Mansoor has written & produced it in a professional & skillful manner for a good cause with assistance from performing arts department of National College of Arts, Lahore (part source: Wikipedia). Despite certain controversies, this movie has attained appreciation, popularity, rewards and commercial success worldwide among audience, experts, critics, media, film juries and relevant authorities. The cast of characters in this love & romance song is pop singer and casual actor, Atif Aslam with promising TV star Mahira Khan. Atif has performed character acting on self vocals with playback singing by senior TV fame pop female singer, Hadiqa Kiani in his self composed melodious tunes. The subtitles translation in English language is presented in versified form keeping in view, meaning remains corresponding to the original idea in source text, as good as possible. Enjoy!
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