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Dhuaan, a cinematic gem

An engaging film is the one which resonates with people’s understanding and makes people feel connected. Indeed, this film covers all these aspects of a captivating story.

– Zaina Aman

Dhuaan is a social film aimed at public awareness of the ill consequences of drug addiction. A superhit presentation of Noble Reel Productions with Kirdaar Media House, the film is produced by Ashraf Khan and directed by Iqbal Niyazi. Niyazi, a creative director and writer is the founder president of Kirdaar Art Academy. He has also received All India Best Playwright Award for his Urdu plays.

The movie is indeed a cinematic gem which sheds light on the harsh reality of drug addiction. The story revolves around a school going boy and his mother Anjum, whose role was acted by veteran actress Zarina Wahab.

video grab from the Dhuaan

The boy unassumingly falls prey to drug addiction and is lured into smoking and drugs under false promises of increasing virility, concentration and giving bliss. Soon he gets addicted and turns into a living zombie. Although the whole film has a very engaging plot but the high point is where the boy realises but it’s too late for mere realisation and he eventually dies.

So as they say that an engaging film is the one which resonates with people’s understanding and makes people feel connected. Indeed, this film covers all these aspects of a captivating story.

 

 

 

 

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