In the recently released Pakistani feature film Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad, Mahira Khan, who is stunning and talented, and Fahad Mustafa, who is bright, play the lead parts. The film was produced by Fizza Ali Meerza and directed by Nabeel Qureshi. There are several amusing and action-packed scenes throughout the film.

The protagonist of Quaid e Azam Zindabad is the crooked Inspector Gulab (Fahad Mustafa). He develops feelings for Jiya (Mahira Khan), a feminist animal rescuer who acts as the movie’s moral compass. Jiya is bold and kind-hearted. While these two characters receive the most of the attention in the movie, strong performances from supporting players like Javed Sheikh, Mehmood Aslam, Nayyer Ejaz, and Qavi Khan complete the picture. On his well-built shoulders, Fahad Mustafa readily assumes the role of an action hero, and the smart writing benefits from his humorous timing. A typical Nabeel and Fizza heroine is Mahira Khan. She is current, witty, and smart. She is courageous, endearing, clever, and capable.

The movie largely consists of fun and games in the first half. Two of the most played songs on anyone’s playlist right now, Loota Re and Dil Karey, are featured in the first half along with the introduction of all major characters. Mahira Khan exudes a radiant beauty and connects with Fahad Mustafa on a visceral level. You have bought into the magic and masala, and the basic themes and conflict are put up well. The tearjerker factor is turned up in one moment with Qavi Khan and Fahad Mustafa, and the cliffhanger at the intermission could not have come at a better time.

The one-liners manage to make the second half intriguing despite some repetitious scenarios. Many challenging situations and possibly difficult-to-buy action sequences are carried by Fahad Mustafa’s hero persona. The film eventually returns to its democratic message and discusses the influence of the populace. The major performers beautifully explore the films’ emotional arcs, and Saleem Mairaj and Beo Zafar make brief but noteworthy appearances. In addition to making Fahad Mustafa a legitimate big-screen hero (not that he wasn’t already), Quaid e Azam Zindabad offers Pakistani filmmakers a wealth of possibilities when it comes to creating action-adventure or even fantasy romantic drama films.

Quaid e Azam Zindabad offers a lot of laughs, stunning visuals, and a play on an engaging theme that will entice viewers to watch it with their friends and family in the current context. The movie is also a desperately needed boost for our budding industry, which depends on excellent movies and exciting aspects to draw viewers.