Love Mein Ghum

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Love Mein Ghum
Love Mein Ghum.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Reema Khan
Produced by Reema Khan
Screenplay by Mohmmad Parvaiz Kaleem
Starring Reema Khan
Moammar Rana
Johnny Lever
Nabeel Khan
Ali Saleem
Nadeem
Araida Corbol
Music by M. Arshad (PK)
Ravi Bal (UK)
Najat Ali (PK)
Waqar Ali (PK)
Huntar (UK)
Cinematography Waqar Bukhari (C.A.P)
Edited by Akiv Ali
Distributed by LUX Productions
Release dates
  • August 31, 2011 (2011-08-31)
Country Pakistan
Language Urdu
Budget 10.2 crore
Box office 2.6 crore (US$240,000)

Love Mein Ghum (Urdu: لو میں گم‎; English: Spellbound In Love, earlier titled Kitni Haseen Hai Zindagi) is a Pakistani Urdu Romance/Musical film, directed and produced by Reema Khan. It stars Moammar Rana, Reema Khan, Nabeel Khan, and Araida in the leading roles.[1]

The first spell of the film was shot in the Azerbaijani city of Baku and second in Malaysia, making this Khan's second film abroad.[2] Love Mein Ghum was released on August 31, 2011 and was a Super Hit at the box office. The film was nominated for Best Film Of The Year 2010 Award on Pakistan Media Award in 2011.

Cast[edit]

Special Appearance[edit]

These celebrities have special appearance in the song Love Mein Ghum.

Production[edit]

Casting[edit]

Earlier, Shaan was picked to play the lead role, however, he declined.

Filming[edit]

The first spell of the film shooting started in September/October 2008 in Baku, Azerbaijan, while the second spell of the film was shot in July 2009 in Malaysia. Naseer khan was the 1st choice of this film [1]

Post-production[edit]

The post-production was all done in India by Akiv Ali, who was also the editor of Hrithik Roshan's Kites, which was released in 2010.

Budget[edit]

Reema Khan, the director and producer of the film, claims that Love Mein Ghum is the most expensive film to be made in Lollywood, as she in an interview said, "I have not compromised on any aspect of the movie, from Music to clothes, and from sets to post production everything is done with open heart and no compromises were made, the best available gadgets were used for the movie production and post-production".

Release[edit]

The film was released on August 31, 2011. Firstly, the film was to be released on Eid ul-Fitr 2010, but due to the external weak condition of country caused by the history's worst ever floods, the release date was extended. The movie trailer was released in May 2011, and the movie will be released on Eid ul-Fitr.[3] Songs have been released and also available to download Online from iTunes.[4] The title song accompanied by the video directed by Saqib Malik has also been released. The movie is distributed by Lux productions, and this is their first ever movie project.

Reception and ratings[edit]

The film has been given an overall rating of 7.56/10 by "Galaxy Lollywood" and is graded as a B+ Grade film in its pre-release rating.[5] Music of the film is above average and so is the cast, but it is the film's expected quality, that has scored the highest (8.5/10) as Reema claims that the film is going to be the most expensive one of Lollywood and so it is also assumed that quality will also be something praiseworthy.

Box office[edit]

The film opened to about full occupancy at almost every cinema varying 90% - 100%. The film got a massive response from audience throughout the country. The film got a success in recovering its budget. It earned Rs 4 crore in just some days of its release. The box office reports declared it a "Super Hit".

Music[edit]

Love Mein Ghum's original music is by M. Arshad, Najat Ali, Ravi Bal, Waqar Ali and Huntar and the lyrics are penned by Khawaja Parvaiz, Ahmad Aqeel Ruby and Marz. The singers includes Ali Zafar, who has sung the title song of the film and Abrar-ul-Haq with 'Sohniye - Heeriye', Kailash Kher and Shazia Manzoor for song 'Sohniye Yaadan' Composed and produced by Ravi Bal, Sunidhi Chauhan and Hunterz for Aila Aila, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Shaan. Pappu Samrat is the choreographer.

Track listing[6][edit]

No. Title Singer
1 "Sohniye Yaadan" Kailash Kher, Ravi Bal, Shazia Manzoor.
2 "Soniye Heeriye" Abrar-ul-Haq, Ravi Bal, Bhinda Aujla.
3 "Ilah Ilah" Sunidhi Chauhan, Hunterz
4 "Haal Da Mehram" Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, M Arshad
5 "Jaadu Bhari" M Arshad, Shaan
6 "Meri Aankhon Main" Shreya Ghoshal, M Arshad
7 "Kitni Haseen Hai Zindagi" Shreya Ghoshal, Nijahat Ali.
8 "Love Mein Ghum" Ali Zafar, Waqar Ali.

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