The most successful film to come out of Pakistan titled as JANAAN highlights a global issue of child molestation. Although the film has been promoted as a Rom Com (Romantic Comedy), but within all that it holds within itself a greater message for the world at large. Starring in the film are big names including Ajab Gul, Mishi Khan and Nayyer Ejaz along with the main cast Armeena Khan, Bilal Ashraf, and Ali Rehman Khan inlcuding Hania Aamir and Usman Mukhtar. This film has brought all of them into the global spotlight.
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The approach towards the issue of child molestation in the film is not a very direct one, but it has been shown in an educational manner. This issue itself automatically raises other factors that cause such incidents to happen in a sane society. It is always a person with a power greater than the others who indulges into such acts, and only those can deal with that person who are their equal. JANAAN shows such characters with equal powers and the clash between them. The raising of this social issue is a very positive step taken, and only through films as such can these issues be brought into the spotlight. A greater awareness is needed in the world to face it and to teach the audience how to prevent such incidents.
JANAAN has proved itself to be a successful film to come out of Pakistan as it placed itself on 8th position in the Top 10 of UK Box Office. It’s premiere took place at the O2 Cineworld in London, and the film itself was screened on the super screen, the biggest screen in a cinema in London. The film was introduced by the entire team of JANAAN including the producers Hareem Farooq, Reham Khan, Munir Hussain and Imran Raza Kazmi, editor Mitesh Soni, writer Osman Khalid Butt, director Azfar Jafri and the entire main cast. It also got a standing ovation by the audience which included people of different ethnicity. Over all, the film has had a very positive impact towards Pakistani Cinema. This shows that Pakistani Cinema is not only back to its revival, but also shows that it has a style of its own with unique film making techniques and stories.
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