Sarmad Khoosat’s ‘Zindigi Tamasha’ highlights the sociopolitical situations of Pakistani society

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Prior a month ago, filmmaker Sarmad Khoosat took social media to declare that his upcoming film, Zindagi Tamasha, will screen at the renowned Busan Film Festival soon. It will have its debut at a similar stage as well.

What’s more, presently, at last, the trailer for the up and coming show has been discharged at a public interview held in Lahore and gone to by Khoosat and the cast, which incorporates Ali Qureshi, Arif Hasan, Eman Suleman, and Imran Khoosat. However, Kanwal Khoosat, the producer and IMGC’s Sheik Abid were additionally present at the event.

Hasan, who plays a naat khwaan named Rahat in Zindagi Tamasha, appreciates a big name status among his locale in the old city of Lahore. He is an ardent Muslim; somebody who, according to every other person, is practically super-humanly unequipped for any blasphemy. Consequently, when he fouls up, there is no absolution for him. Rahat and his family get sidelined by society after a video of him circulates around the web via web-based networking media.

Suleman plays Sadaf, Rahat’s girl in the film. Discussing her job, the model-turned-entertainer shared that the manner in which the story is, it was hard for any craftsman to play it. Be that as it may, Khoosat’s diligent work and vision made it simple.

Sarmad Khoosat shared that Zindagi Tamaasha was made with the foundation of political and social circumstances wherein significant attributes of Pakistani society have been delineated. “The point of the film is touchy however I have spoken reality and one doesn’t fear when talking reality,” he said.

Sarmad Khoosat included that the film is a reference to Khwaja Pervez’s well-known melody Zindagi Tamasha Bani, composed for the old film Naukri Vodi Da. The Manto executive explained that he had procured legitimate rights for the previously mentioned melody.

Zindagi Tamasha has been expurgated and will be released in Jan 2020. “It has been rotating around a theme which was genuinely necessary. It will probably remain with the group of spectators for long,” said Sheik Abid.

The background and music of the film have been set up by Islamabad-based band, Saakin.

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