Parwaaz Hay Junoon (2018)

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Parwaaz Hay Junoon (2018)

Run time: 130 min
Rating: 8.7
Genres: Action,Romance,War
Director: Haseeb Hasan
Writers: n/A
Stars: Hamza Ali Abbasi / Ahad Raza Mir / Shaz Khan / Kubra Khan…
Storyline
The life story of the brave soldiers of the Pakistan Army, mainly the Pakistan Air Force. Outlining their lives, relationships, duty and hardships.
Details:
Country: Pakistan
Language: Urdu
Release Date: 22 Aug 2018 (Pakistan)

10 thoughts on “Parwaaz Hay Junoon (2018)

  1. A very well directed movie with a balanced blend of military academy life, love story and life's bitter facts….

    the acting is superb and the lead and supporting actors do justice to their roles…

    the songs are just perfect, neither too much nor too less with wonderful compositions…

    the cinematography and the CGI effects are also commendable…

  2. Parwaaz hai junoon has just been released with 2 other major movies however I believe it has a different story line and involves all emotions and all aspects of an average air force pilot. The film focuses on their love for the nation while also having a much more human side to them. It shows their loyalty and leaves you in tears. However I believe their were quite some areas where the scene could be improved drastically just by having better dialogues and a slightly more compact script.The choice for the actors was brilliant especially Hamza Ali abbasi and Shaz Khan. It has beautiful cinematic shots and involves real challenges faced by a true Air force pilot.The dialogues however we're weak but the way the actors dilevered them looked completely natural and with such a low budget hatsoff to the team for one of the finest movies I've seen in a long time. I suggest everyone should go and watch it and learn the importance of our army.

  3. I have never seen before this type of Pakistani movie. Awesome video/audio quality Nice story Cool vfx Great performance by all the cast

  4. In terms of the story and transitioning, it had good turning points and plot twists, which are rare in movies now a days. A couple of scenes had bad CGI, but that is excusable, due to their low budget. It feels like you're watching 'Yalgaar'. However, after the ending, you'll realize that this movie is totally different.

  5. Parwaaz Hai Junoon – written by Farhat Ishtiaq, directed by Haseeb Hassan & produced by Momina Duraid is a Pakistani film released on Eid ul Azha & it is definitely a must-watch because right from the beginning, it just grabs your attention & each & every frame tells a tale of the hard work that has gone into making this movie what it is.

    Parwaaz Hai Junoon is a story revolving around the lives of Pakistani Air Force Cadets & Pilots. The movie shows all the phases that one goes through in order to serve their country; from having a dream in their eyes to join the Air Force, to perseverance shown through the course of their training, to the time when the Country needs their services, alongside their personal lives where they are just regular people experiencing all kinds of emotions. The movie has a perfect blend of everything; there's comedy, there's romance, there's drama & then such moments where you are left teary eyed because you have formed this connection with all the characters that they affect you on an emotional level. Parwaaz Hai Junoon highlights how everyone associated with Air Force is not only a fighter by profession, but is a fighter & a go-getter in every aspect of life – that is why all the characters have one thing in common & that is competitiveness. I must say what I liked the most about Parwaaz Hai Junoon is that it doesn't portray everyone as a robotic hero, they all are shown as human beings who have their strengths & weaknesses, which makes it all quite realistic.

    The story keeps on shifting between the past & the present, which some viewers might find confusing at first but it later makes sense & everything falls into place. Sania (Hania Amir) & Hamza (Hamza Ali Abbasi) are the lead characters with the entire movie based on their journey; together & on their own as well. Nadir (Shaz Khan), Saad (Ahad Raza Mir), Zaid (Syed Shafat Ali) & Rashid Minhas are the supporting characters who also have a very strong role to play. The cast also includes actors like Rasheed Naz, Asif Raza Mir, Hina Bayat, Marina Khan, Kubra Khan, Shamoon Abbasi, Adnan Jaffar, Farhaan Ali Agha, Danyal Raheel & Mustafa Changezi & each one of them have played their roles to perfection. It is worth mentioning how fit & schmick everyone looked & how they all paid attention to the body language, fitting the characters they were assigned to portray.

    The songs are really nice & have been picturized beautifully too but I feel they could have cut down on a couple of them to show us a bit more of their lives as Cadets in training. My favorite has to be the Qawwali because the scenario that it was used for struck a chord even more because of that. A good part of the movie is dedicated to personal lives of Hamza, Sania & Nadir that at times I felt I wanted to see more of what was happening in the Air Force Academy. It won't be wrong to say that Parwaaz Hai Junoon can also be classified as a love story but yes, when the movie ends, you totally come out feeling satisfied with the message conveyed loud & clear that the love for Pakistan overruled everything for all the characters. It has been reinforced repeatedly that for men serving their country, nothing else matters more than Pakistan. Operation Zarb e Azb has also been touched upon & the way the Cadets are trained to become GD Pilots has been shown convincingly as well but I wish this part was elaborated further because it was done so so well & was quite interesting to watch!

    The movie is visually appeasing & aesthetically sound with the director doing complete justice to the beauty of Pakistan. Every single frame is awe-inspiring & I must say, the opening sequence along with all the other flying sequences were brilliantly done. Special effects & graphics were totally impressive. I must say I am impressed that in a span of 2 hours 10 minutes, they managed to show so much & gave coverage to each & every character that you don't feel anything was missed out.

    I highly recommend Parwaaz Hai Junoon & I must say, Hamza Ali Abbasi has found a new fan in me. He surely has carried the movie on his shoulders & Hania Amir proved that she was a right bet for playing such a huge role because she was phenomenal & has a strong screen presence. The chemistry between the characters is amazing too. Shaz Khan & Ahad Raza Mir were brilliant. Kubra Khan didn't have much role to play & I feel any other actress could have done that character just fine. Syed Shafaat Ali was phenomenal & he perfectly provided that comic quotient which was needed in the film. Haseeb Hassan deserves a special mention because without his vision, Parwaaz Hai Junoon wouldn't have been this good. Camera work, direction, angles & different shots contributed a lot in setting the mood of the film right.

    If you want to enjoy this movie completely, I will suggest going without expecting anything & it will surely surprise you. I really didn't have anything on my mind & I took the movie as it came & ended up enjoying it a lot. For me, a blend of everything works & because the movie started on a lighter note & then got intense, it ended up being a complete package. I won't give anything away but I will say, my favorite character has to be of Sherbatgul & to find out who he/she is, you will have to watch Parwaaz Hai Junoon yourself!

    Keep Supporting, Cheers, Zahra Mirza.

  6. Story line is quiet predictable by the middle of movie one will know where it's heading. Rest picturization cinematography acting and a movie of such level from Pakistani industry is a must watch.

  7. I think it's the 1st Pakistani film I saw. Happened to be at the London premier, cos I was a friend of a friend… And it was Good! Great story line, full of surprises, inspiration and heart! Kudos to the team, and wish you guys all the best. Sri Lankans, and any country with fighters on the front lines need to see this. And it showcases women in the region!

  8. So after must story spoilers online I decided to watch this movie to see if they were true. They were but the movie alone is so entertaining, you will never get bored once while watching it. The half after intermission left the whole cinema bawling their eyes out, everyone was crying because they executed Hamza's death with music feels so well. Finally Pakistani cinema is rising and producing true masterpieces like this one

  9. Its a great patriotic movies showing a positive image of Pakistan and the land scape and location are well presented and the cinematography and visual effects are commendable compared to other movies from the industries. A must watch for the whole family.

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