Posted on June 17, 2007
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Pakistanis Abroad, Society, TV, Movies & Theatre
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28 responses to “Kaanch: A Tele-Movie from Pakistan”

  1. abroad says:

    I think its great website. I really enjoy reading about peoples thoughts and the best thing about this site is that people with different views meet each other with respect.

  2. Few more things, they way Rakkay was hunting was funny. He would just stay the whole night in the forest and he wouldn’t bring any kind of shelter or shaamyana with him or even a travel pad.

  3. I just watched the movie. It was ok. There were few things that I didn’t get. Sami came from England after 6 years but the emotions were not right for that moment. Yes he didn’t come when he was supposed to but it didn’t look good. Also why didn’t he go to the forest right away to save his brother, I believe he knew that his brother was in the forest. Even if he didn’t know but that was the only reason he came back to Pakistan, than why didn’t he ask his mom about the brother.
    Also, one more very important thing, there family talks were kind of wired. Yes they might be modernized but they way they were saying hi and hello, it’s not that common in Pakistan. OK, you want to show those 1% who do use hi and hello but why do you want to promote the culture of others, why not your own culture.