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Pakistani Pari is Scary but it is Predictable, too
Pari: A predictable Horror Movie
A few fingers were raised after the trailer release of Pari, nonetheless, things seem quite changed after the film’s release. The content of the film has told everyone that you don’t need big advertising campaigns but good content to make a good movie. It was a very good attempt by Pakistanis to make a horror movie or maybe the best attempt so far.
Shot in Ayubia (KPK), Pari not only has fittingly been picturized in horrific areas, but those which also demonstrate the serene beauty of Pakistan, up north.
Directed and co-written by Syed Atif Ali, Pari, if not a stunning success but is a movie that all fans of horror genre can enjoy. Another good thing about the movie is that the director, Syed Atif Ali has focused on basic Urdu literature throughout the movie and you can gather bits and pieces of exciting poetry throughout.
The story of movie is fairly interesting as well. Each and every scene of the movie connects and move forwards to this mind-blowing end which teaches us a lesson. Direction is superb, for which I think, Syed Atif needs to be acknowledged.
If you talk about the cast there are no big names, however, Junaid and Azekah have played their part on the big screen quite well. Qavi Sahab also appears to have bested himself in such an astonishing manner. Then comes Khushi, the Pari, she is clearly the future of our industry, 10/10 for the cast.
Pari has released, the premiere was a hit and now the fate of the movie lies in the hands of its viewers. Let’s see where they take it.
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