Dobara Phir Se
|Dobara Phir Se|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Mehreen Jabbar|
|Written by||Bilal Sami|
|Music by||Haniya Aslam & Justin Gray|
|Edited by||Dipika Kalra|
|Distributed by||ARY Films|
|Box office||Rs6.50 crore (Domestic)|
Dobara Phir Se is a 2016 Pakistani romantic drama film directed by Mehreen Jabbar and a production of ARY Films. The film is produced by Salman Iqbal and co-produced by Mohammad Jerjees Seja. The film stars Ali Kazmi, Hareem Farooq, Adeel Hussain, Tooba Siddiqui, Sanam Saeed, Atiqa Odho, Shaz Khan, and child actor, Musa Khan. The film was released on 25 November 2016.
Hammad (Adeel Hussain) sees Zainab on a boat-ship. He sort of likes her. They both meet at a party that same day in New York at Samar's house.
- Adeel Hussain as Hammad Farooqui
- Sanam Saeed as Samar
- Hareem Farooq as Zainab Rehman
- Ali Kazmi as Vassay
- Tooba Siddiqui as Natasha
- Atiqa Odho as Ammi
- Shaz Khan as Asim
- Sonia Rehman as Api
- Shamim Hilaly as Maa Ji
- Musa Khan as Zaid
- James Koroni as Choreographer
- Michelle Sohn as Young mother
The director announced film title in July 2015 that she is about to start this project soon. The film is produced by distribution company ARY Films. The director revealed film's cast and crew on 18 August 2015 in her tweet.
Film shooting began on 23 August in New York City. On 28 August, a scene was short over Bridge Street Bridge. In the last week of August, scenes were shot at Jennings Beach and Lake Mohegan. First spell of film ended in New York at end of September's first week.
The film is released in Pakistan across the Country on 25 November 2016.
- "Dobara Phir Se" - Haniya Aslam, Ali Hamza
- "Lar Gaiyaan" - Zarish Hafeez, Shiraz Uppal
- "Khamoshi" - Jimmy Khan
- "Rasta Tham Gaya" - Rekha Bhardwaj
- "Raske Bhare Tore Nain" - Arooj Aftab
- "Hone Do" - Jimmy Khan, Sara Haider
- "Wo Kaisi Ho Gee" - Jimmy Khan
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