Teaser Reveal: Lahore Se Aagey looks like a beautiful road trip! lyrics, OST title song mp3 download, cast, timings, drama review, written update (source: hipinpakistan)
While it seems that Pakistani films are being offered to the audience as a mix between mediocrity and equally opposing brilliance, some simply stand out thanks to their great aesthetics sense and narratives that people can’t get enough of. One such example of a ‘fan-favourite’ is none other than Wajahat Rauf’s much anticipated directorial, Lahore Se Aagey. Starring Yasir Hussain and Saba Qamar as protagonists, the spin-off to Karachi Se Lahore, has just released its first teaser and we cannot get enough of it!
Focusing on the interesting couple, we see the sensuous diva running in, what looks like a green pasture, as the Hussain chasing her romantically. Yes, the powerhouse of humour seems to have turned romantic for LSA. Set in a scenic location that still looks so lush and ethnically Pakistani, the teaser looks right out of a dream sequence.
What got us even more interested were the outfits worn by the couple, as they both seemed comfortably casual thankfully, instead of the heavily adorned ensembles one usually sees in teasers as a sign of ‘glamour’. That being said, the sizzling duo’s chemistry was enough to provide us with that glitz factor here!
Read: Lahore Say Aagey’s poster provides a sneak peek into all the characters
Plus, add all of that up with the soulful ‘Befikariyan’ in the background, and you’ve got yourself a film that is sure to encapsulate you in its magic.
Releasing on 11th November, the film narrates the story of Tara (Saba Qamar), a girl full of life who is very passionate about music, and the hilarious Motii (Yasir Hussain), and all the drama that is sure to ensue when the two meet. Shot in scenic locations around the northern parts of the country, Lahore Se Aagey surely looks like a flick you shouldn’t be missing out on!
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