Evernew Studios, Lahore: A Narrated Visit

Posted on December 10, 2010
Filed Under >Owais Mughal, History, Media Matters
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Raju Jamil recently visited the famous Evernew Studios in Lahore and made the following videos with narration in his own voice. I wanted to share these here because Evernew studios have played a pivotal role in Pakistan’s movie history. The informative and informal commentary that Raju Saheb has put together show his sincere passion for the subject.

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7 responses to “Evernew Studios, Lahore: A Narrated Visit”

  1. Shez says:

    Why are some people fretting about the video? It is not a professional one and certainly needs editing but it is good in its own right. Its like an old class South Asian narrative kinda video that only attracts a niche audience. Don’t watch it if you don’t like but don’t spill your negativity on this portal.

  2. s says:

    I am not going to sit through a boring movie, just to support and applaud a bad job. And give sympathy laughs when its not funny.
    My time and claps and leaks and figuring outs are precious.

    It give me the creeps when pakistani shows pushes audience to clap when they do not deserve one.

    Its not true that only western movies impresses me. Just last night seriously considered to walk out on 3D “chronicle of Narnia” (bad editing), previously Harry potter and was the only one who gave “standing” applause to the movies “Salt” and “Shutter Island” in the end. Although it is not considered proper.

    Because I believe they (pakistanis) can do better, just need a little soft kick in the behind.
    Then the applause and claps would come naturally.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAwKuU1GvO4

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