After a long hold up, Anjum Shehzad's Mah-e-Mir's discharge date has at long last been uncovered, alongside its trailer.
The motion picture, which depends on the life and works of Urdu writer Mir Taqi Mir, stars film and TV performing artists Fahad Mustafa, Sanam Saeed, Iman Ali, Alyy Khan and Mazhar Sehbai.
Mah-e-Mir, which means the indiscriminate moon, is a story that takes after the battle of a contemporary writer and draws parallels with occasions throughout Mir's life.
His contention with the regal court, his sentiment with a mistress, his goals of conveying Urdu verse to the general population in the lanes and his consequent franticness under a full moon — all reflected in his verse.
Anjum Shehzad, the chief of the film, told that he had chosen to cast Iman for the part of Mehtab in the up and coming motion picture in the wake of seeing her article the part of a concubine easily in the 2011 motion picture Bol.
In a prior meeting, chief Anjum Shehzad had lauded the execution of the whole cast terming Iman Ali's execution in the film as one to look out for. "She has conveyed a significant execution. This will be a historic point film in her vocation, a motion picture which might be valued by cinemagoers," he said.
The motion picture likewise has five tunes weaved in the script, which are penned by veteran essayist and chief Sarmad Sehbai. This will be Sarmad Sehbai's true to life debut.
The principal trailer for the film was discharged in mid-2014. Created by Badar Ikram and Khurram Shahzad, the trailer in itself is a visual perfect work of art.