Pakistani cinema grabs a JOSHILI story line – Stir some patriotism.

23 Jul


“Josh really captures the electricity that comes with changing times. It is an engaging story with characters that will draw the audience in. Without being overly academic the film does a good job of capturing the Pakistan, that is full of contradictions; a country that manages to hold one’s heart despite it’s many flaws. Highly recommended!”
– Zamzam Syed Student Affairs, UC Davis, viewer, Stanford University

Pakistani screen has behold some colossal actors and cinema, movies which have entertained masses and a few, themed at cultivating the patriotism in Pakistan have been conquering the hearts of plenty, JOSH being an exclusive and an eminent, possibly the most stirring add on to the list. A must watch, for a die heart Pakistani.

It’s nothing animated, nothing dreamy either… based on it’s realistically crafted plot, the film offers the national screen some real time happenings round the land. Knowing the turmoil in the country, our hearts have morosely agreed on quitting. Discrimination, Education, Rights.. we’ve been talking about it since decades now, but to fix it all up, seems unrealistic. JOSH tells us how, and more importantly, it tells us why!

It’s about projecting Pakistan, it’s real side on international stages. We want the globe to see the softened grain which is loyal and hard working, the roaring hearts of youth which are determined, the love of nation which is rooted in our hearts… This time it’s the cinema which is going to serve our purpose, precisely, it’s JOSH.

After seeing so much frittering of hopes and sinking feelings of perseverance, our faded patriotism needs a reason to love Pakistan. Some unity, some faith and lots of spirits – This is what Josh has to offer. Being a fan of the trendy high budget hollywood and bollywood movies, Pakistani audience needs to applaud for some of its’ own geniuses. Filming a story line in Pakistan, with voids due to lack of infrastructure and industry, Yet making it all possible needs an insight and passion. It’s a film, for Pakistan, by Pakistanis.

Hats off to The director, Iram Parveen Bilal and the entire team for bringing this change bearing film to our cinema.

Hit the cinemas this Eid to see JOSH doing all the magic. Lets be joshileyyyy! Independence through Unity.

Azadi manao 2 rupey mein!


10 Responses to “Pakistani cinema grabs a JOSHILI story line – Stir some patriotism.”

  1. Erum July 23, 2013 at 12:38 pm #

    JOSH seems to be an Awesome movie. Totally worth every penny ! 🙂

  2. Marium Mehboob July 23, 2013 at 12:49 pm #

    I always knew we can do it! finally something credible coming up to see. Awaiting This movie. Nice Farwa!

  3. Ali Raza July 23, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

    Nice writeup! I am up for this movie (Y)

  4. Parveen July 23, 2013 at 12:59 pm #

    We were literally missing it, there had to be something after Bol, I guess this is it!

  5. Haseen July 23, 2013 at 1:00 pm #

    achi lag rai hay dekhne mein tou film.

  6. samra ali July 23, 2013 at 1:01 pm #

    very less films emphasizing such themes in Pakistan…. a more than impressing storyline as read above…. will definintely be a good patriotic movie…

  7. Alifiya July 23, 2013 at 1:11 pm #

    ^Very well-written.
    I have very positive views for this upcoming film. ^_^

  8. Bushra Haneef July 23, 2013 at 4:27 pm #

    The movie Josh is another attempt of our Pakistani Directors to boost our Pakistani Film Industry. Storyline seems different. I’m anxiously waiting for this movie to make it’s debute on Silver Screen.

  9. Kainat Ali July 23, 2013 at 6:27 pm #

    I surely am going to watch this one. Thumbs up for Pakistani industry !!

  10. Amna Sabahat July 24, 2013 at 5:49 am #

    A very interesting and indeed Joshili storyline. I can’t wait to watch it.

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