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Faruad Sayyain entertaining but senseless comedy



2.5 Stars out of 5.0

Bhola Prasad Tripathy (Arshad Warsi) is a cheater who has the eternal gift of luring women (rich or self-sufficient women) into his charm. He marries them and then after exploiting them monetarily moves on to another one. In the meantime, one of his wife’s uncle Chaurasiya, accidentally, finds out Bhola’s reality and decides to expose him. He then becomes a partner to the conman in the process, also manages to foil some of Bhola’s schemes and waits for the right time to strike.

The story is all about Bhola making woman fall for him and then extracting money out of them. Bhola has over 10 wives spread in several cities of India.

Arshad Warsi tries his best to keep things going and in his efforts, he is good in some scenes but the weak script really didn’t give him much chance to shine. The style and character development could have been better as Arshad Warsi never looked charming enough to be able to allure so many women.

Saurabh Shukla as usual makes things interesting in several sequences, however few toilet jokes in the script hurt his cause and made me nauseated.

There are many actresses and none of them has anything substantial enough to stand out, except Sara Loren, who did look beautiful and charming and perhaps for the first time in her career did act in some scenes. Her character maybe explored in a potential sequel.

The music is nothing much to discuss about except Chumma Chumma and that too only looks glamorous because it was picturised on Elli Avram. Although a far cry from the original in China Gate. Elli Avrram was presented in barely any clothes, showing ridiculous dance moves. I wonder what was the director thinking when presenting a dancer in an attire that can easily be termed semi-nude, which only made it difficult for her to perform.

Like many other Bollywood films, this is also very much a senseless story that can be watched to lighten the mood. Don’t expect anything other than that.

Fraud Sayyain is a typical Bollywood movie which is several years behind its time in this digital age things are not that simple even for a conman. The film would have been interesting if it was filmed in 80s or 90s.

Arshad Warsi and Saurabh Shukla are both experienced actors so they carried the film on their shoulders despite the fact the script had not much to offer. If you remove their efforts, the film falls flat.

If you are willing to watch no sense film with several good laughter moments and light hearted situation then you can give it a try.

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Bilal Ashraf named most sexiest Pakistani man

The sizzling topless number dharak bharak in Superstar hands Bilal the title of sexiest Pakistani man of 2019



The British Asian publication Eastern Eye names Bilal Ashraf sexiest Pakistani man of 2019. Bilal Ashraf is the only Pakistani actor who makes it into the top 10 of this list based on votes from fans around the world, buzz generated on social networking sites, positive impact, and media attention.

Bilal Ashraf worked hard for Superstar

Speaking exclusively to Daily Paperrazzi Bilal Ashraf was overwhlemed. In his choked up voice  he tried to remain humbled, “I am beyond humbled to be featured as part of a list among such legendary gentlemen.”

Bilal Ashraf expressed his surprised and said he wasn’t expecting this at all. “This has come to me as a surprise and such moments make the struggle and commitment we all put into our work all worth the while. This encourages me to try my best to further myself in my field. I’m extremely grateful.” he added.

This rounds off a great year for the actor, which included a lead role opposite great Mahira Khan in blockbuster film Superstar. Ashraf’s films released so far include Operation 021, Janaan, Yalghar, Rangreza and Superstar.

Bilal Ashraf and Mahira Khan the Superstar onscreen couple of Pakistan

British Pakistani showbiz reporter Asjad Nazir, who founded the list and compiles it annually, praised Bilal and described him as the future of Pakistani cinema. “Pakistani cinema is on the rise globally and that is thanks to a new generation of world-class actors like Bilal. He will lead a future generation of cinema stars that will ultimately help empower his country and inspire others living there,” said Asjad Nazir speaking to the local publication.

Tiger Shroff entered the top 10 for the first time and came in fourth. Pop superstar Zayn Malik came in fifth and TV star Harshad Chopda was ranked sixth. The rest of the top 10 for 2019 were actor Mohsin Khan (8), cricketer Virat Kohli (9), and South Indian superstar Prabhas (10).


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Rapid Fire Challenge with Azfar Rehman



We got up close and personal with one of Lahore’s top actors Azfar Rehman to see what tickles his fancy!

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SRK to play Mufasa in Disney’s dubbed Lion King remake



Indian actor Shahrukh Khan is known as the “King of Bollywood”, but soon the superstar will be playing the king of the jungle, as he has landed the role of a lifetime. He will lend his voice for Disney’s #TheLionKing remake, dubbed in Hindi.

Khan will be playing the role of Mufasa in the film, leaving us with the question: Who will be playing the role of Simba?

Social media users were pleased to know that the iconic father-son duo, would be played by an “equally iconic” real-life father and son duo. Aryan Khan, Shah Rukh Khan’s eldest son, will be filling in Simba’s shoes, or should we say, paws!

The 53-year-old actor shared posters of the movie on Twitter (@iamsrk) and Facebook with a sweet message: “Glad to be a part of this journey… a timeless film. Voicing it in Hindi with my own Simba. The last time we did a film was around 15 years ago and it was ‘Incredible’ and this time around it’s even more fun. Hope everyone enjoys it July 19 onwards. #TheLionKing.”

Aryan Khan has not made his Bollywood debut yet, he has previously voiced the character Dash, in the Hindi version of Disney’s The Incredibles with his father.

On Twitter, Khan’s post was retweeted nearly 4,000 times and had 20,000 likes in just four hours.

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