Pak film Waar depicting 'Indian terror' does roaring business

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As a police compound here comes under terror attack, an 'Indian female agent' cum social worker in Pakistan is dancing with a mercenary celebrating their success. This is a scene from 'Waar', a film doing roaring business here. Said to be the most expensive Pakistani film ever to be made,


the film is rumoured to be partly funded by the military, a charge denied by the film director Bilal Lashari.
The film is about Pakistan's fight against terror but seems to lay the blame for everything bad happening in the country at India's doorstep.

The script revolves around a plot by 'Indian agents' to carry out the biggest ever blast in Pakistan.Waar opened on Wednesday on 42 screens across Pakistan and set a new record of box-office collections pertaining to Eid openings.

After a first day opening of `11.4 million the big budget flick earned a total of `42.6 million till Friday night, breaking all previous records of Eid collections.

Waar has also broken first day record set by King Khan's Chennai Express that had earned around nine million rupees on Eid-ul-Fitr. The film bizarrely suggests that even the dreaded Pakistani Taliban is controlled by India.

"The entire patriotic narrative that RAW is backing Khawarij, political traitors and terrorists in Pakistan has been depicted well. #WAAR," Zahid Hamid, an analyst known for his extreme anti-India statements said on Twitter.

However, many are also have a different view. "Propaganda is one thing, and can be found in any 'wood'. I just wanted better scripting and continuity. And no accents FFS #Waar," Zarrar Khuhro, an analyst tweeted.



Pak film Waar depicting 'Indian terror' does roaring business - Hindustan Times
 

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LOL pakistanis will remain in delusions and lies. I'm 100% sure that pakistan will go further into chaos as they are unable to accept and realize that the enemy is within i.e. islamists / mullahs of their own country....great this means no solution for pakis and hence further disintegration by their own people!

Good for World Peace! :)
 

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After a first day opening of `11.4 million the big budget flick earned a total of `42.6 million till Friday night, breaking all previous records of Eid collections.

pakiyo ki aukat 42 million paki ruppes. that is 25 million Indian ruppes that is 2.5 crore. itna to hamara dance directer le leta ha:taunt::taunt:
 

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I am happy to see Pakistan army funded movie has shown what they have been doing to brainwash gullible Pakistani population.

It's slap on Indian movie makers and few actors who suck testis of these so called Pakistani fans, do propaganda for them using Indian resources, talk political correct, mince words not to hurt their sentiments.

BTW this is my last post for this thread, I don't want to give any more attention these Pakistani losers who are gloating for that movie with monkey face lead actor who was seen in Indian few years back begging Indians to give him some role in Indian movies now lying through his teeth that he is never opted to work in India because he is morally superior and possess Pakistani values.
 

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Is that movie available on torrents for download ? It's been a while, I haven't watched a hilarious comedy flick :sarc:
If you find one ... send me the link ... I am feeling damn bore in my life ... love to see this comedy flick ...
 

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The womb of Terrorism being kicked, kicked and mauled by the Frakensteins they have given birth to, finds it delighting to hallucinate that India is the cause for the misery that they have brought upon themselves.

Deluded denialists!
 

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Fake country, fake plot, fake story, fake movie. Very good, more such movies more terrorists, more we'll kill.
 

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Fool is the person who make this movie, more fool are the people who did not want to know who is really the b******d....
F**k y*u pakistan.....
 

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I bet some Indians could make a funny video out of this movie with cutting clips and adding some suitable subtitles, like that Hitler videos. :rofl:
 

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New blockbuster movie shows why Pakistan loves to hate India

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Militants overrun a Pakistani police academy and kill 100 officers. An Indian spy and her accomplice waltz in a glitzy flat in Islamabad to celebrate the success of their mission.

This is a scene from Waar ("Strike"), Pakistan's first big-budget movie which opened this month to enthusiastic audiences in the nuclear-armed South Asian country of 180 million.

Filmed with the support of the all-powerful military, the movie depicts every volatile aspect of Pakistan's rocky relationship with its nuclear arch-rival India.

Even in Pakistan itself, Waar is denounced by some liberals wary of what they see as fiery nationalistic rhetoric and scenes demonising India.

The narrative is simple and packed with action.

Indian villains team up with Islamist militants to plot spectacular attacks across Pakistan. Pakistani security forces jump in and save the day.

"Like any other action film, we wanted to show the triumph of good over evil," said director Bilal Lashari, 31. "And we wanted to do it with a great amount of spectacle and scale." :rolleyes:In that case the movie script should be India (good) defeating pakistan (evil)

Politics aside, Waar is fun to watch. Helicopter gunships whizz over mountains and commandos lay siege to militant sanctuaries in Pakistan's picturesque, lawless tribal regions

"The army was great in that they gave us a lot of logistical support," Lashari said. "All the scenes with the helicopters and the mountains - they couldn't have been done without the army."

Though yet to be screened in India, the film serves as a reminder of tensions between the neighboring states, which have fought three wars since independence from the British in 1947.

India and Pakistan trade accusations of staging cross-border attacks and supporting militants in the disputed region of Kashmir, where violence has seen a resurgence in recent months.

The movie has proved hugely successful. On a recent viewing in a packed cinema in the capital, attendees leapt to their feet to applaud patriotic scenes.

In one such moment, a retired officer takes on an Indian contractor on the roof of a building while a female Pakistani officer rushes to defuse a chemical bomb planted on the balcony.

Many cheered as the officer reduced the Indian man's face to a pulp. A woman turned to a group of giggling boys and scolded them for "laughing during such a serious movie".

"Of course India supports terrorism in Pakistan," said Sheila Raza, 23, as she left the cinema. "I think Waar is an accurate portrayal." :rolleyes: Stupid paki, pakistan sent their pussy terrorists to India first and continues to do so, IF India replies in the same language don't complain cos it is fully justified.

RECORD BOX OFFICE RECEIPTS

Presented almost entirely in English, Waar took more than three years to make and officially cost around $2.2 million in a country where the average film is made on less than $25,000.
Its distributors say Waar grossed more than $900,000 during the first week - a record for Pakistani cinema.

But some in Pakistan have mocked Waar as a propaganda movie. Cultural critic Nadeem Paracha said: "This film is basically the Pakistani state's fantasies being played out on a big screen." :taunt::lol:

India's film industry produces highly successful anti-Pakistan films of its own.

Bollywood film "Ek Tha Tiger", one of the Hindi film industry's biggest box-office successes in 2012, but banned in Pakistan, depicted a Pakistani intelligence agent choosing her love for an Indian agent over her country.

This year, a film based on an Indian operation to capture a fictional mafia don given asylum in Pakistan riled Pakistan's censor board. The villain in "D-Day" was loosely based on real-life gangster Dawood Ibrahim, who India says is harbored by Pakistan

New blockbuster movie shows why Pakistan loves to hate India | Entertainment | Reuters
 

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Land of - Osama/Hafiz saeed/Talibunnies/Lashkar/Hizbul/Laal topi bundar (and god knows what other filthy pigs out there), now goes on to make a movie about so called "Indian Terrorism" !! eh!? :facepalm: :facepalm: Jeebuz ! :pound:
 

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Further brainwashing of pakis through c-grade movies.

Its funny when they claim of supporting the taliban to defeat USSR, and now that these talibunnies is destroying them, then it becomes India's fault:laugh:
 

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Found on web Some of the waar deleted scenes



Flashback



Certain Hero returns to Pakistan



Running away from the enemy and dodging weapons and shoes



Mission planning



The inspiration



This was alternative ending but did not pass the focus group.

Nothing against the pakis but they have to tell the truth why there are problems within their country.
 
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