Kaaf Kangna — An intense but incomplete love story
Just when Kashmir is under siege for more than seventy days and Indian politicians and news channels are warmongering blatantly, not just against Pakistan but also against the poor and helpless Kashmiris, the maestro Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar known for his exceptional storytelling in projects like Pyarey Afzal, Punjab Nahi Jaungi and now Meray Paas Tum Ho, has decided to release his new movie titled, Kaaf Kangna.
Qamar had thought about Kaaf Kangna four years ago and is content to see the movie is finally releasing. He defines the movie as “An intense but incomplete love story of 1947 awaiting to be completed in 2019.” He feels Sami Khan, Eshal Fayyaz, Ayesha Omar, Aabi Khan, Fiza Ali and Sajid Hasan are the perfect choices for the flick.
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Talking exclusively to ARY Digital, the lead protagonist Sami Khan says, “I am Ali Mustafa in the movie. He is a patriotic Pakistani having a good educational background and a fine job. He represents Pakistan as a peace-loving nation and is totally against the war.
“Even if it is a love story of an Indian girl and a Pakistani boy, it naturally had to talk about Kashmir because in conversations having India and Pakistan, talking about Kashmir is mandatory,” he says, speaking about the story of Kaaf Kangna.
The female lead, Eshal Fayyaz is playing an Indian girl Kangna in the movie. She mentions, “You will see me in a completely different look in Kaaf Kangna.”
The immensely Khoobsurat, Ayesha Omar is playing a Punjabi girl named Gulnaz in the movie. Talking about her character, she says, “Gulnaz is unapologetic, bold and loud, who is not scared of telling the world about how she feels. She falls in love with a person who is in love with someone else, but giving up is just not her thing.”
Kaaf Kangna is the debut movie of Aabi Khan who thinks the movie will not only do good business but will also prove to be utterly impactful. “It is going to highlight the Kashmir issue in a different way,” he says.
Helmed by Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, Kaaf Kangna is all set to enthrall the audiences across Pakistan on the 25th of October, 2019.
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