If you have never been to northern areas, specifically Gilgit and Skardu, Umar Adil’s Chalay Thay Saath is recommended for you. The movie is a visual treat with catchy soundtracks if you have never been to the locations where it is shot. But, in other situation, it fails to give any other good reason which worth your money and time.
Chalay Thay Saath stars Syra Shahroz in a lead role as Resham opposite Canadian artist Kent S Leung and Behroz Sabzwari, Zhalay Sarhadi, Mansha Pasha, Osama Tahir, Faris Khalid and Shamim Halai in supporting roles.
Adam and Resham. Syra and Kent. Hero and Heroine. Was absolutely amazing working with you @sairoz. I think our chemistry definitely revealed itself last night. I don't know about you but I'm extremely proud of the film. You were an amazing star for me to costar as well as been a wonderful host to me from Hunza till now. May we work together again in the future. Thanks my real life heroine for the click! @ivyleung_ That's right, I stole it @shahrozsabzwari. #kentleung #kentleungctspromotour #Repost @ivyleung_ with @repostapp ・・・ So proud of you @kentsleung, I flew all the way from Beijing to Karachi just to watch your film #chalaythaysaath and I wasn't disappointed. Great job! The both of you. @sairoz. #Repost @ivyleung_ with @repostapp ・・・ So proud of you @kentsleung, I flew all the way from Beijing to Karachi just to watch your film #chalaythaysaath and I wasn't disappointed. Great job! The both of you. @sairoz.
The story of the movie has Syra as a doctor coming back to her hometown in Gilgit along with her friends Mansha Pasha and Osama Tahir, a couple struggling to save their marriage. The group is accompanied by an unwanted guy Faris, Tahir’s school friend and acquaintance Shamim Halai, an old mother trying to enjoy her life far from her disobedient sons. It is the weakest component of the film. Characters are not properly built and a couple of them are there for no good reasons.
Once again, we are disappointed. Once again, we are hoping that the next film will do good. And once again, we are hoping against the hope. There is nothing more we would like to add in our review for Chalay Thay Saath.