The first thing you need to know about ‘Parey Hut Love‘. If you do not already know, it is from the famous English movie ‘Four Weddings and A Funeral‘, 1994.
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It received Oscar nominations for Best Film and Best Original Screenplay. And the film, which was made on a budget of less than £ 3 million, grossed nearly $ 250 million worldwide. I’m repeating it here because in recent times there has apparently been a campaign going on on social media that seems to imply that there is no such thing as ‘Parey Hut Love’.
Now, of course, everyone has their own point of view, and it’s possible that the movie I liked or didn’t like was the opposite. But to say that ‘Parey Hut Love’ is not the end of the story, it is beyond my comprehension.
So many different people expressing this same opinion on social media gives rise to the suspicion in my mind that this opinion is just a thoughtful campaign to demoralize the film, rather than actually thought.
Now who will do this and how I will leave it up to you. Movie marketing and competitions also have wonderful stories.
In fact, in reference to the ‘Parey Hut Love’ imagery (for which Turkish cinematographer Sarakan Ardizan and Pakistani Salman Razak are given joint credit) is one of Pakistan’s most beautiful films.
Hard work and deep thinking are reflected in each of its frames. But before you realize that I was just impressed by the apparent dazzle of the film, let me make it clear that unlike director Asim Raza’s debut film “Ho Man Jahan,” it is not just beautiful because of the whole story. Revolving around four weddings, its charming and detailed reflection fits in perfectly with these suggestions.
Secondly, the best music and songs of Pakistani films that have come on the scene in the last few years are ‘Parey Hut Love‘. Songs that will be remembered even after the movie is over. (Earlier, the music of Jami’s film ‘Moore’ was just as memorable, but it was used as background music.)
His credit goes to young composer Azan Sami Khan, and to Asim Raza, who has written the lyrics for the song. Azan Sami Khan is especially emerging as a very good composer. (He also composed music for Eid’s second big movie ‘superstar’) and of course, music has the potential to become a big name for him in films.
The five songs of the film that Azan has produced (including one of Qawwali Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s films) are all very melodramatic and mind-blowing. Two songs, ‘Ek Pal‘ and ‘Balma Bhagora’ are definitely Will be very popular over the coming months.
But I particularly liked ‘Seduction’ (the voices of Ali Tariq and Harshdeep Kaur), ‘Hi Dil Bachara’ (Jimmy Khan’s singing) and ‘Morey Sihan’ (filmed on Zeb Bangash and Mahira Khan).
Thirdly, acting in ‘Parey Hut Love’ is generally of good quality. Most of the focus of the film is on Shahriar Manawar, who plays the role of a boy, Shahriar, who wants to be an actor, who is a bit childish and runs away from self-criticism (especially marriage).
At one point he gets annoyed at the beginning and asks why all the people in Pakistan are so concerned about marriage, but on the other hand, he also falls in love with a girl Sanya (Maya Ali) who for the first time in a marriage. Are found.
The failed love of both of them – Sometimes the citizen escapes, sometimes he turns away from her, sometimes he is engaged to someone else, sometimes the citizen is ready to marry someone else. And both Shahriar Manawar and Maya Ali play their roles well.
After a flop like Shahriar Manawar ‘Project Ghazi‘, where his acting seemed as true as his films have managed to deliver performances that have a special scope for expression. Even though their character is a little too distorted, they have a disadvantage that looks good to the heart.
And Maya Ali also got a role after ‘teefa in trouble‘ where she has a better chance of showing a range of emotions. The film focuses on Shahriar, allowing Maya to underplay her character, which is good for the film.
Except for the tired characters, all the other actors also find time and space to celebrate themselves. Notable among them are Nadeem Beg, who plays the father of Sanya, Fahim Azam, who plays the role of a Persian boy, Rustam, and Zara Noor Abbas, the wife of Shahriar’s friend Arshad (Ahmad Ali Butt). Roll the ball. Zara has the germs of becoming a very good character actor.
Fourthly, the editing of the film, which is performed by Alam Ahi, is also excellent. Nowhere in the film does he feel a swing in his pace. And no sen seems too tall. This is seen in lesser films than Pakistani films.
Then the talk goes on. As I have written, the original idea of the story is of ‘Four Weddings and A Funeral‘. But writer Imran Aslam has adapted the story of England as if it were a purely Pakistani story.
After all, who knows better than Pakistanis the brunt of weddings and the hidden motives behind them? It also includes small sections that reveal different aspects of Pakistani society (or at least Karachi’s society).
For example, a story and a marriage are based on the bonds of a citizen’s two Persian friends.
The story of Imran Aslam has also received the help of his brothers Nasir Aslam and Asim Raza to the extent of the screenplay, which seems to have given a lot of attention to the script.
Does this story bring out the social problems of Pakistan and show the way to remedy them? no. (But why is that even necessary for a movie) Is this a very deep story? no.
Is there anything wrong with the story of this movie? Yes, in a couple of places I felt that the reasons for some of the characters’ emotions were either weak or better explained.
But in the end, the main purpose of the hit is to please the film audience, provide them with two hours of entertainment, and for this purpose, the film is fulfilled.
Yes, it is certain that in Pakistan, this film certainly introduces the viewer with the unique idea that, as the pursuit of greatness, there are many U-turns in the path of love!