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Waar (Urdu: وار; Wār; pronounced [ʋɑːr]; Urdu for: “The Strike”) is an English-language Pakistani action film directed by Bilal Lashari. Written and produced by Hassan Waqas Rana, the film waar the movie waar pakistani movie waar movie online waar movie download waar movie trailer waar movie release waar movie pak movie waar is reported to star Shaan Shahid, Meesha Shafi, Ali Azmat, Shamoon Abbasi, Ayesha Khan and Kamran Lashari. Originally Ali Azmat’s and Ayesha Khan’s roles were limited to guest appearance that were later expanded to full roles. Hamza Ali Abbasi who intended to work as assistant director
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The film is based on stylized depiction of actual life events surrounding the war on terror in Pakistan including the attack on a Police Academy at Lahore in 2009. Major Mujtaba is a former army officer, who took an early retirement from the service. The plot involves a counter-terrorism operation being conducted in the Northwestern tribal region of Pakistan, led by Ehtesham and coordinated by an intelligence officer played by Ayesha. Ehtesham and the intelligence officer come to know of a major terrorist attack that can only be countered with the help of Major Mujtaba.
The film is based on stylized depiction of actual life events surrounding the war on terror in Pakistan including the attack on a Police Academy at Lahore in 2009. Major Mujtaba (played by Shaan) is a former army officer, who took an early retirement from the service. The plot involves a counter-terrorism operation being conducted in the Northwestern tribal region of Pakistan, lead by Ehtesham (played by Hamza Ali Abbasi) and coordinated by an intelligence officer played by Ayesha. Ehtesham and the intelligence officer come to know of a major terrorist attack that can only be countered with the help of Major Mujtaba.
- Shaan Shahid as Major Mujtaba, former Pakistan Army Officer
- Shamoon Abbasi as Ramal, Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing’s operative
- Meesha Shafi as Laxmi, Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing’s operative
- Ali Azmat as Ejaz Khan, politician
- Hamza Ali Abbasi as Ehtesham
- Ayesha Khan as Javeria, an intelligence officer and Ehtesham’s sister
The film’s title “Waar” is an Urdu language word meaning “to strike”. Waar is primarily an English language film with some dialogues in Urdu. According to the producer Hassan Waqas Rana they considered dubbing the movie in Urdu but dropped the idea as it compromised the lead role played by Shaan Shahid. It is reported to include four hundred visual effects. The film that took three years to complete is Bilal Lashari’s debut as a director, who earlier has directed music videos and assisted Shoaib Mansoor in Khuda Kay Liye. Earlier it was reported that Tom Delmar who has worked as stunt director in a number of Hollywood movies would direct the film, later Lashari was chosen as the director who was already working with Rana on another project. Ali Azmat and Meesha Shafi both of whom are known for singing are making their acting debut in the film.
Originally Ali Azmat’s and Ayesha Khan’s roles were limited to guest appearance that were later expanded to full roles. Hamza Ali Abbasi who intended to work as assistant director on the film was casted as an actor.
Locations for the filming were reported in 2011 to include Lahore, Islamabad and Swat Valley. Scenes were also reportedly shot in Rome and Istanbul. The film is produced by Mind Works Media. Earlier it was reported that the film was shot in collaboration with the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of Pakistan Army but the director Bilal Lashari denied any such collaboration saying that the confusion might have arisen as Mind Works Media worked on a documentary film The Glorious Resolve along with ISPR at the same time when Waar was being filmed. The film is reported to be the highest budgeted film of Pakistani film industry with a budget of about PKR: 200 million.
The film’s release date was changed repeatedly and finally it was announced that it will release on 16 October 2013 coinciding with Eid al-Adha in Pakistan. Earlier it was scheduled to release on 6 September 2013 The first theatrical trailer of the movie was launched in January 2012while the second in January 2013. One of the trailers was viewed more than 500,000 times the same month, making it one of the top five videos of the YouTube The film was dubbed as the most anticipated film in the history of the Pakistani Cinema. When the film could not make it to the screens in a considerable time after the release of trailers, the critics dubbed it as another project that will get shelved. Shamoon Abbasi, the main antagonist, cited the lack of resources for filming as one of the reasons for its delay. The film premiered on 10 October at Karachi and on 14 October 2013 at Rawalpindi/Islamabad. The film was given adults-only rating by the Sindh’s provincial censor board for use of obscene language and violence. Waar was released in about forty five theaters across the country.The film was distributed by ARY Films and Mandviwalla Entertainment. Earlier it was reported that the film would be distributed by Warner Bros.Internationally the film is reported to be released in twenty five countries.
Rafay Mahmood for The Express Tribune gave the movie three out of five stars and commended the cinematography, editing and sound design but viewed critically the story and some performances. According to Rafay the movie will further confuse the Pakistani audience who are already bewildered on the issue of counter terrorism..Salman Khalid for Daily Times talks about the message given by the movie that highlights the “Pakistani perspective on the menace of terrorism”, while acclaiming the story, direction, action sequences and individual performances.Kamran Jawaid of Dawn criticized the screenplay which according to him is narratives of different events put together while calling the movie on the whole a “‘showy’ enterprise.”
Waar collected about 11.4 million Rupees on the first day of its release in Pakistan, breaking the previous record of 9 million rupees by Chennai Express, released in August 2013. The movie collected about PKR 42.6 million in the first three days.