Teefa in Trouble 2018 Film Budget, Box Office, Verdict, Release Date, Detail (Directed by, Starring by, Writer) and Story Overview
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- Budget: 23.45 Crore
- Box Office: Crore
- Box Office Verdict: Hit
- Release Date: 20 July 2018
- Directed by: Ahsan Rahim
- Starring by: Ali Zafar, Maya Ali
- Writer: Ali Zafar, Ahsan Rahim, Danyal Zafar
Teefa goes to Poland to urge Anya to Pakistan to wed Butt hoodlum’s child yet arrives up during a tough situation with Anya’s criminal dad and therefore the Polish police.
Danyal Zafar composed the story and screenplay. Head photography occurred in Lahore and Warsaw. It was dispersed by Mandviwalla Entertainment and Geo Films across the state. It is the first non-Indian film which was disseminated universally by Yash Raj Films. It turned into the third Pakistani film to cross the ₨ 50 crore mark.
The film debuted on 19 July at Nueplex Cinemas, in DHA, Karachi, and on 20 July at CineStar IMAX Lahore. It opened to positive reviews. For Geo News, Aizaz Imtiaz of remarked that it might be a “customary story” however “the manner in which it has been shot keeps you snared till the last scene”. Momin Ali Munshi of Galaxy Lollywood appraised the film 3.5 out of 5 stars.
Protests denoted the debuts of Teefa in a difficult situation in Karachi and Lahore by activists who boycotted the film over the inappropriate behavior claims leveled against Ali Zafar by Meesha Shafi, which Zafar denied.] Reports had additionally developed that a portion of the demonstrators were genuinely and obnoxiously manhandled at the dissent. In one example, the demonstrators asked Waleed Zaman, the imaginative director of ladies’ attire image Kayseria, the motivation behind why he was backing the movie, to which Zaman reacted by saying, “We bolster inappropriate behavior of ladies.” He later apologized for his remarks.
So the story line was truly flawless for a lighthearted comedy film. A hoodlum who is relegated by his boss to capture a young lady and carry her to Pakistan and keeping in mind that doing so has his very own little flick. Picturisation is estimable and the melodies and the film balance is very much kept up. The film doesn’t generally get exhausting with the exception of the most recent 20 minutes which I felt were hauled. The acting at time vacillates and the autarchic showcase of liquor goaded me a piece. I figure Pakistani film should contend actually energetically to build up its personality as opposed to mirroring the neighbors. Yet, this film effectively beat my rundown of most loved Pakistani motion pictures.