Khel Khel Main, the first Pakistani film to grace the cinemas after COVID-19

Khel Khel Main, the first Pakistani film to grace the cinemas after COVID-19

The Pakistani government has relaxed the COVID-19 restrictions in the country. Hotels, marriage halls, and cinema houses have been allowed to hold events and screen movies. Filmwala Pictures has announced that they will release their new film Khel Khel Main in November this year. It will become the first movie to be released in Pakistani cinemas after the COVID pandemic. Khel Khel Main is produced by Fiza Ali Meerza, and Nabeel Qureshi of Filmwala Pictures. Superstar Sajal Aly and the heartthrob of Pakistan Bilal Abbas Khan are playing the lead roles in this movie. The film describes the story of a young couple, how their love overcomes power, and how their creative ideas change the mindset of the people. Khel Khel Main will be released in cinemas nationwide on 19th November 2021.

Khel Khel Main, the first Pakistani film to grace the cinemas after COVID-19
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Khel Khel Main pehli Pakistani film jo COVID-19 ke baad cimenas ki zeenat banay gi

Pakistani government ne mulk bhar main COVID-19 ki pabandion main narmi kar di hai. Hotels, marriage halls, aur cinema houses ko taqreebaat munaqid karnay aur movies play karnay ki ijazat mil gai hai. Filmwala Pictures ne ilaan kia hai ke wo apni nayi film Khel Khel Main iss saal November main release karain gey. Ye Pakistani film ho gi jo COVID pandemic ke baad mulk bhar ke cinema gharon ki zeenat banay gi. Khel Khel Main ko Filmwala Pictures ki taraf se Fiza Ali Meerza aur Nabeel Qureshi ne produce kia hai. Superstar Sajal Aly aur Pakistan ke dilon ki dharkan Bilal Abbas Khan iss movie main lead roles play kar rahay hain. Ye film aik young couple ki kahani bayaan karti hai, kaisay un ka pyar taqat per hawi a jata hai, aur kaisay un ke creative ideas logon ka mindset change kar detay hain. Khel Khel Main mulk bhar ke cinema gharon main 19 November 2021 ko release ki jaye gi.

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