Humayoun Ashraf joins the lead cast of Upcoming film ‘Dhai chaal‘ recently, the news comes from his social media where he published some images.
We got in touch with Humayun Ashraf and he shares some details Exclusively with celebdhaba
“It’s a really beautiful character as I really wanted to act and totally different this time had a wonderful experience with producer, director they all are so good and professionals. Also Shamoon Abbas has recommended me for this character especially”
Currently, the shooting is happening in Quetta, where Shamoon abbasi and Ayesha omer are also recording their scenes.
Humayoun Ashraf joins the lead cast of Upcoming film ‘Dhai chal’ Film
The story is about the sacrifices made in Baluchistan where Ayesha Omer will be playing the role of a Journalist.
Speaking to us Ayesha revealed the cast of the film “the film will be starring Shamoon Abbasi, Adnan Shah Tipu, Saleem Mairaj, Rasheed Naz and some of the cast will be including some of the locals from Baluchistan, The script pf the film has been penned by Irfan Ashraf who will also be producing the project and the project will be helmed by Taimoor Shirazi.”
Speaking about the film Ayesha said, “The story revolves around the sacrifices of the people of Baluchistan to bring peace and harmony to their region.” She further added on “I have currently shot one spell of my role and for the second spell I will be going back once again.”
Shamoon Abbasi who will be playing the role of the Indian agent spoke to us about his role, the actor stated “my role is based on the events of kulbushan yadav the raw agent from India that was appointed to create chaos in the region of Baluchistan and damage any relation between Pakistan and China.”
Speaking about the film’s release date and working experience the actor quoted “It is expected to be released in February 2020, on the day when abhi nandan was captured after the plane crash.I have recently joined the shoot and I find the team interesting and dedicated to the project, The team is new so yes there is a sense of disorientation at times but yes they will pull off a good film I’m sure.”