The first-of-its kind Pakistani art film Mah-e-Meer starring the uber-talented Fahad Mustafa and Iman Ali is finally all set for release this May 6th. Aware that with the movie having taken so long in the making, a lot of curiosity has arisen around its production, and considering that it is not your usual run-of-the mill film.
Mah e Meer is an intelligent blend of historic and modern day era and effectively portrays the restlessness Meer experienced that led him to create such great work of poetry for which he has been recognized by generations as one of the most powerful poets in Urdu literature.
Here are five reasons to watch Mah e Mir:
1 – Mah e Mir the film has answers to our contemporary dilemmas.
To glean an insight into what this thoughtfully fashioned movie has to offer, follow the series of interviews to be posted through the month. The first glimpse is through the lens of the director, Anjum Shahzad.
Mah-e-Mir, giving resurgence to art on the silver screen
We are positive you loved what Anjum Shehzad, the director had to say about Mah-e-Mir, a film with a difference.
Now we bring you the comments of the Director of Photography, Rana Kamran.
Pakistani cinema is certainly on the verge of cinematic transformation with films like Mah-e-Mir, giving resurgence to art on the silver screen.
Mah-e-Mir has the class of royalty and the profundity of a madman.
To Manzar Sehbai, who played an integral part in the movie, Mah-e-Mir is a eulogy to art with wisdom beyond ages.
Reveling in the mystery? Decode it by watching the video!
Mah e Mir is Sanam Saeed’s stepping stone
Saman Saeed, who had acted in this film before any other, but it was released later!
Hear what she has to say about her experience and the sophistication of the movie.
Plight of poet is reflected with precision and touching story
Who is Siraj? How does he add to the plot of the movie? What does Paras have to say about Siraj and Mah-e-Mir on the whole?
Watch the video to unlock the artistic casket and discover!