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IRK Films releases another Musical Masterpiece ‘Chan Mahi’


KARACHI: After receiving massive applause for Addi Maar, Heer Maan Ja and Kuch To Hua Hai, IRK Films and Arif Lakhani Films in collaboration with Geo Films have just released a fourth music video ‘Chan Mahi’, from their upcoming movie Heer Maan Ja.

Chan Mahi is a soft, slow number with a touch of melancholy to it. The song has been sung by the rising musical sensation of Pakistan, Abdullah Qureshi, who also wrote the lyrics of the song along with the talented Kinza Razzak. Under the label of Saga Music, the music has been composed by Ahmed Ali.

The song is a sad expression of a love lost and the consequent pain that heartbreak ensues. The music video features the lead actors of the movie, Hareem Farooq and Ali Rehman Khan, in their respective roles of Heer and Kabeer.

“Heer Maan Ja is a rom-com that will give you all genres of music. Where we have the Punjabi bhangra number Addi Maar and the club mix for the title track, we also have soft and slow numbers like Kuch Toh Hua Hai and Chan Mahi. This will be the first time you’ll see this superhit on-screen couple Ali and Hareem together in a romantic setting and we believe you’ll be completely struck by their fabulous chemistry,” Imran Raza Kazmi from IRK Films commented.

Filled with comedy, romance, emotions, action and thrill, Heer Maan Ja also features Faizan Sheikh, Mojiz Hasan and Shumayle Khattak in supporting roles. This is IRK Films and Arif Lakhani Films’ fourth project together that will be released this Eid-ul-Azha.

Directed by Azfar Jafri, and produced by Imran Raza Kazmi, Hareem Farooq and Arif Lakhani, Heer Maan Ja has partnered up with Geo Films as the official media partner and Distribution Club for the nationwide release of the movie. News Desk

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