Tere Pyar Mein
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|Tere Pyaar Mein|
|Directed by||Hassan Askari|
|Produced by||Sajjad Gul|
|Written by||Mazhar Anjum
|Music by||Amjad Bobby|
|Editing by||Zulifquar Zulfi|
|Distributed by||Evernew Pictures|
|Release dates||December 28, 2000|
The story is about a young Indian Sikh girl Preety played by Zara Sheikh, who goes to the historical city of Lahore, Pakistan for pilgrimage with her father. She falls in love with a Pakistani boy named Ali (Shaan) who is a banker and also her dad's friend's son. After pilgrimage she goes back to her country. Ali realises what he has lost and goes after her. They both are delighted to see each other but Preety's friend, who is also in Indian Army, is not able to bear Preety falling in love with a Pakistani as he wants to marry her. He sends his forces after the two lovers by claiming that they are spying for Pakistan. The couple flees and after days of hide and seek, Ali is finally able to destroy the Army cars following them. In the last scene, the lovers arrive at the Pakistan-India border where they see a Pakistani Flag and their emotions are filled with joy and relief.
It acquired a diamond jubilee (one year running).
Lahore: Diamond Jubilee, 109 weeks (Gulistan 30, Sozoworld 15, Capital 7, Rattan 4 weeks). Completed continuously more than one year in Lahore and became first Urdu film that ran for more than one year.
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|2000||Nigar Awards Best Film||Tere piyar mein||Shehzad Gul||Won|
|2000||Nigar Awards Best director||Tere piyar mein||Hassan Askari||Won|
|2000||Nigar Awards Best Writer||Tere piyar mein||Raja Aziz Khan||Won|
|2000||Nigar Awards Best actor||Tere piyar mein||Shaan||Won|
|2000||Nigar Awards Best actress||Tere piyar mein||Zara Sheikh||Won|
|2000||Nigar Awards Best supporting actor||Tere piyar mein||Raza Riaz||Won|
|2000||Nigar Awards Best editor||Tere piyar mein||Zara Sheikh||Won|
|2000||Nigar Awards Best sound editor||Tere piyar mein||Afzal Hussain||Won|
|2002||Lux Style Award Best Film||Tere piyar mein||Shehzad Gul||Won|
- "Films of Pakistan and India wage war by celluloid". The Christian Science Monitor. 21 August 2001. Retrieved 1 July 2010.
- Tikekar, Maneesha (2004). Across the Wagah: an Indian's sojourn in Pakistan. Bibliophile South Asia. p. 330. ISBN 978-81-85002-34-7.