Watch: After Waar, Pakistan comes up with a new war movie where the enemy isn't India

Pakistani filmmaker Hassan Rana's upcoming Eid release Yalghaar is the most expensive film ever made in the country

If you thought only Bollywood is capable of churning out mega budget flicks, think again. The filmmakers from neighbour Pakistan will entertain their audience with an upcoming war film Yalghaar. Yes, it has nothing to do with Sanjay Dutt-starrer of a similar name. Directed by renowned Pakistani filmmaker Hassan Rana, the film will release this Eid.

Rana is known for the 2013 flick Waar which had gained a lot of popularity in Pakistan. An ensemble star cast comprising Shaan Shahid, Humayun Saeed, Sana Bucha, Adnan Siddiqui and others, the film is based on Pakistan Army’s operation against Taliban militants in Swat region of the country. During the trailer launch of the film in Karachi, Rana told to a Pakistan daily that he had made Waar to instil a sense of nationalistic pride among his countrymen.

A still from the trailer of Yalghaar. (Courtesy: Facebook/Yalghaar)

A still from the trailer of Yalghaar. (Courtesy: Facebook/Yalghaar)

The two-minute long trailer comprises high-end action sequences as it chronicles Pakistan Army’s anti-terror operations in the country. Rana told the website that the reason behind a three-year-delay was his ambition to portray the film as authentic as possible. Besides high-end action sequences, there is also an element of romance in the film.

Talking about the film, Rana had said that he wanted the people to know what goes in the mind of a soldier who protects his country along the border. The filmmaker’s previous venture Waar had turned out to be a commercial success in Pakistan. It was based on the army’s counter-terror operations in the country. You can watch the film’s trailer here.

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