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Touted to be Pakistan’s first superhero film, Project Ghazi has been finally scheduled to screen after over a year and a half of its premiere in July 2017. The film will release on 22nd March, just a day before Pakistan’s Republic Day.

The film features Humayun Saeed, Sheheryar Munawar, Syra Shahroz and Talat Hussain in pivotal roles. Adnan Jaffar will be seen as the antagonist in the film while Sheheryar Munawar seems to be playing the super soldier who is taking his father’s legacy forward.

The film was expected to release in July 2017, but the screening was postponed due to technical glitches. The delay was formally announced on its Facebook page.


The new trailer which has been released recently seems to have improved from its last edition. The film has better sound quality, CGI and unbelievable stunts that we have never seen before in a Pakistani film.

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Directed by Nadir Shah, Project Ghazi revolves around a team of scientists aiming to produce a new breed of advanced weaponized soldiers code named Project Ghazi, until a group of rogue men headed by Kataan (Adnan Jaffar) try to seize the project.

Project Ghazi is slated to release alongside Ahmed Ali Akbar and Mansha Pasha starrer Laal Kabootar.

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