Teasers and trailers are supposed to make people say that they need to watch the movie. They are a short representation of what the makers have to offer, so if they successfully create the awareness and desire among the audience then success is pretty much guaranteed! At least it'll pull the public to the cinemas for a one time watch, right?
Talking about the trailer of upcoming movie 'Chalay Thay Saath', it's safe to say that the trailer has done a job well done in that regard. It is not just visually captivating, it looks like it'll take you on an emotional ride as well. Long story short; it made us say we cannot wait to watch the movie!
Watch the trailer below:
While many Pakistani filmmakers have currently been on a mission to highlight the beauty of Pakistan, not many have been able to produce a story worth watching. It may be visually captivating but lacked the depth to make the audience connect. (Not going to take names) However, the trailer of Chalay Thay Saath promises to be different. While it'll showcase the beauty of Pakistan, it'll also tell a story revolving around human emotions and relationships.
Chalay Thay Saath is a story revolving around the Pak-China relationship. The trailer opens with the very adorable Adam (Kent S Leung) crossing the border, entering Pakistan and introducing himself in Urdu. Yes, the way he delivers the dialogues is enough to make any girl fall in love with him! So, obviously, Resham (Syra Yousuf) too had no choice but to head over heels fall in love with him.
Tania (Mansha Pasha), Zain (Osama Tahir) essay the role of Resham's friends who embark on that trip together. And what starts as Resham's farewell trip turns into a self-discovery journey.
Now, all's good till the trailer introduces us to Resham's father (Behroze Sabzwari) who decides to test Adam and from there the story takes an even more intense turn!
The trailer was enough to move us and get us emotional. So judging from that we have real high expectations attached.
"CTS features a road trip, yes, but more importantly it introduces you to the culture of Gilgit-Baltistan, a love story, and friendship," shared the director and producer, Umer Adil.
He further added, "It is a unique Pakistani film and it explores different relationships. Hopefully, the audience will love it."
Mark your calendars and save the date! Produced by Beenish Umer, Sheikh Shiraz and Umer Adil,Chalay Thay Saath featuring Syra Shahroz, Kent S. Leung, Behroz Sabzwari, Mansha Pasha, Zhalay Sarhadi, Shamim Hilaly, Faris Khalid and Osama Tahir among other talented actors is all set to hit the cinemas on April 21.