“Teri Meri Kahaniyaan” boasts perhaps the most star-studded cast in recent Pakistani cinema, bringing international names to one screen in the cast announcement video released on SeePrime’s YouTube channel. Mehwish Hayat will be appearing in her umpteenth project with Nadeem Baig alongside the modern-day Pakistan heartthrob Wahaj Ali in his silver screen debut. Industry icon Zahid Ahmed strikes a brooding figure alongside celebrated model and actress Amna Ilyas, joined by the never-before-seen on-screen couple, Sheheryar Munawar and Ramsha Khan.
Lastly, the people’s favorite husband-wife duo, Hira and Mani will be appearing together for the first time.
“Teri Meri Kahaniyaan”, which is to be released on Eid-ul-Adha by Distribution Club (IMGC) will be a creative collaboration by renowned Pakistani storytellers Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, Vasay Chaudhry, Ali Abbas Naqvi & Basit Naqvi. The film combines the directorial vision of Nabeel Qureshi, Nadeem Baig and will be silver screen directorial debut of veteran actress, director, and producer Marina Khan who has many successful TV serials to her name.
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Seemeen Naveed, the CEO of SeePrime, said, “It’s been a highly exciting time bringing such a high-stakes project together, but the response from the public is truly heartening. The anticipation is almost palpable, and it’s the same from our side. The silver screen will have never seen such a movie before”.
SeePrime is a 3-year-old creative venture, aiming to provide an alternative narrative for the digitally native audience. It has carved a niche for its original high-budget short films starring popular Pakistani actors like Mahira Khan, Sheheryar Munawar, Bushra Ansari, Afan Waheed, Faisal Qureshi, Ushna Shah, and many others all available on the SeePrime YouTube channel.
Tickets for the movie will be available online at bookme.pk in upcoming days. With Eid-ul-Azha just around the corner, cinemagoers can expect a star-studded holiday this time around; the silver screen is about to see some of its best days yet.