The teaser for the upcoming crime thriller Gunjal, which was just published, has the audience on the edge of their seats since it promises to be based on real events. This film from Adur Productions and Eveready Pictures, produced by Nighat Akbar Shah and directed by Shoaib Sultan, promises to be a suspenseful and emotional roller coaster.
Ahmed Ali Akbar’s excellent portrayal of journalist Shahbaz Bhatti provides the film’s emotional core. To learn what happened to Irfan Masih, a child activist who worked tirelessly against child labor in 1990s Pakistan, Bhatti sets out on a perilous voyage. The movie throws us into a universe full of mysteries and half-revealed information. While watching Bhatti unravel this web of deceit, viewers can rest assured that he will stop at nothing to bring those responsible to justice.
The trailer is an emotional rollercoaster that does a great job of conveying the mystery and anxiety that permeates the film’s plot. It encourages the audience to follow Bhatti on his dogged search for the unattainable truth. The trailer may only give a taste of the flick, but it promises an exciting viewing experience.
Gunjal features an impressive roster of A-list actors, which adds to the film’s appeal. Resham, Amna Ilyas, Syed Muhammad Ali, Sarmed Aftab Jadraan, Razia Malik, Sardar Nabeel, Ali Aftab Saeed, Arham Khan, Ebtisam Mustafa, Habiba Sufyan, Ahsen Murad, Munir Khan, Usman Zia, and Ahmed Ali Butt also give excellent performances in the film.
Gunjal is more than a typical criminal drama; it’s about sticking to your principles even when the odds are stacked against you. The film’s tale is grounded in the brutal reality of child labor and societal injustices, and it features powerful performances and rich storytelling to fascinate audiences. Gunjal, scheduled for release on December 8, 2023, will undoubtedly be a film that you think about long after seeing it. Eveready Pictures welcomes you on this fascinating adventure into the unknown, where the search for truth has no boundaries.
Gunjal, the subject of much anticipation, proves to be an important contribution to Pakistani film by shining a light on pressing societal issues and the resilience of individuals who fight for justice over seemingly insurmountable odds.