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Mr. Iftekhar Shareef


Chicago: ‘Dawat-e-Shaadi’, the upcoming Hyderabadi movie’s trailer was released in Chicago. A situation-based comedy and love story, the movie has the traditional Hyderabadi wedding as the backdrop.


Directed by Syed Hussain, the movie is shot in the beautiful locations of Paigah Palace Begumpet.


Mr. Iftekhar Shareef

Iftekhar Shareef, the prominent, businessman, and the community leader released the trailer. On the occasion he said that ‘Dawat-e-Shareef is free of any vulgarity and still it ensures a bagful of hard hitting punches and a plenty of entertainment. He added that movie has so many good moments that it would result in the positive word of mouth publicity.

The movie’s director Syed Hussain showed happiness that his movie is being released by the Rajshree Productions. He said that a production house like Rajshree which has a number of blockbusters in the Indian cinema will do the world of good to Hyderabadi cinema.

Mast Ali, the famous comedian said Hyderabadi cinema has now started making movie pan-Indian while in past it had confined itself in making small budget movies for a niche market. He said ‘Dawat-e-Shaadi is the first movie in this new attempt. He added that Hyderabadi cinema is known for its unadulterated comedy. He showed faith that movie will have a lot of success.

Aziz Naser, the popular actor also said that the movie will be able to entertain all the audience without the language barrier. He further said that in future Hyderabad’s cinema will join hands with the Bollywood and make great movies.

Dawat-e-Shaadi – produced by an Australian-based duo, Samiullah Fayyaz, and Syed Waseem Yaba – stars three heavyweights of the Hyderabad Film Industry–Mast Ali, Aziz Naser, Feoz Han, and above all, Adanan Sajid Khan.Three beautiful leading ladies, Kavya, Madhavi, and Manisha too are playing interesting roles in the film.(Image-AsianMediaUSA)


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