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Moor

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2015 Films

2015

 

August 14, 2015

Urdu

 [ Karachi ]

The name of the film Moor, is a Pashto word meaning “Mother”. Moor was previously named as Morqaye.(maan sahiba). The story depicts the railway system of Balochistan, especially the closure of Zhob valley railways in 1984. Besides the movie shows how families are run by the women. As per Jami the director of film, this movie depicts living through the problems faced by Pakistan.


Moor Trailer   

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Genre: Drama l Fiction Color: Run Time: NC
 

Cast

Credited cast:

image not aval Hameed Sheikh as Wahid
image not aval Shaz Khan as Ehsaan
image not aval Samiya Mumtaz as Palwasha
image not aval Abdul Qadir as Baggoo Baba
image not aval Shabbir Rana as Zahir
image not aval Sultan Hussain as Lalu
image not aval Ayaz Samoo as Imtisal
Nayyar Ejaz as Talat
image not aval Soniya Hussain as Amber
image not aval Eshita Mehboob Syed as Arzo
image not aval Joshinder Chaggar as Sarah
image not aval Omar as Asghar
image not aval Zainullah as Dilawar

Complete credited cast: NC

 

Film Details with Crew

Released Date:

August 14, 2015

Production:

Azad Film Company
Mandviwalla Entertainment
Distributed by Geo Films

Producer:

Nadeem Mandviwalla
Jami

Director:

Jami

Writer / Story:

Jami
Nazira Ali
Eman Syed

Lyrics: NC 
Cinematography:

Farhan Hafeez

Editor:

Rizwan A. Q.

Music:

Strings

Singers:

Javed Bashir
Meesha Shafi
Strings
Rahim Shah
Rahma Ali

Noman Farooqi

Nisha Ali

Songs:

1. Jogiya – Javed Bashir
2. Eva – Meesha Shafi
3. Talabgaar Hoon – Javed Bashir
4. Tum Ho – Strings
5. Gul Bashri – Rahim Shah
6. Jeye Jeye Ja – Rahma Ali, Noman Farooqi, Nisha Ali
7. Ku Ku Ku – Strings

 

Technical Specifications

Language:

Urdu

Genre: Comedy l Fiction
Run Time:

NC

Length: NC
Sound Format: Stereophonic
Color:
Aspect Ratio: CinemaScope

 

Storyline

When his wife Palwasha (Samiya Mumtaz) dies unexpectedly, Wahid (Hameed Sheikh), a poor train station master of a small, remote town in Pakistan, must come to terms not only with her death and his own childhood personal demons, but also his complicity in the events that led up to it. He must choose between facilitating a web of corruption involving his own elder brother that might provide him a more comfortable life but which threatens to destroy his beloved railways and morals on the one hand, and saving his estranged son caught in a similar conflict for a better life in the big city on the other. Set against the backdrop of the deliberately engineered decline of the railways system in Pakistan, ‘Moor‘ is a story about the meaning of loyalty – to one’s land, one’s family and one’s principles. (Courtesy Wikipedia)

 

Extra Links

2015-07-19

 

 

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