Laloolal.com – A beautiful depiction of heartbreak and vulnerability lyrics, OST title song mp3 download, cast, timings, drama review, written update (source: hipinpakistan)
It has taken a lot of effort and time for Pakistani filmmakers to make a mark of their work even in their own country but thanks to the age we live in where art is definitely not limited to borders, our filmmakers are making a mark all over the world and especially in India with peace initiatives like Zeal for Unity. And part of the series, which has brought filmmakers of the subcontinent together, comes Laloolal.com. Although it screened in India in its initial running a few months ago, the screening in Karachi created new fans!
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Starring Faysal Qureshi, Natasha Portress, Aimen Iqbal, Shabbira Channa, and Ali Gul Mallah, the film directed by Khalid Ahmed, saw its screening at T2f Karachi. A low-key event attended by an inquisitive bunch of people, the casual space for all culture and art lovers remained filled with industry people and the reporters, who felt overjoyed on the event actually starting on time.
Narrating the story of the residents of a small village in Thar, the plot revolves around Laloo –who is the protagonist and the savior who is loved by everyone, his fiancé Chandan, and his mother, Mai who is visually impaired but brimming with wisdom, Laloo’s trusted friend Arbab, and a white intruder, Sue, who comes to Thar looking for her husband and changes all the locals’ lives forever.
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Befriending all the characters, Sue’s life takes an unexpected turn when she finds out that her husband has another wife and family in Thar! Ending up taking regretful decisions, the theme revolves around betrayal and we find Sue leaving Thar while making a website named laloolal.com to gather donations for the village.
The film remarkably reflects dramatic irony as we see characters ending up doing the same things they stood up against. Apart from beautifully covering the themes of heartbreak, friendship, and vulnerability, the 80-minute feature successfully creates a perfect narrative of a micro life in a village on a macro level.
Laloolal.com has definitely gotten us curious about other movies made for Zeal for unity project and we hope T2f screens all of them very soon!
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