The trailer we have all been direly waiting for is finally here! After leaving everyone abuzz with anticipation for months, Parey Hut Love finally gave us a grand glimpse of what the movie has in store for us. And rest assured, every bit of it is aesthetically pleasing and exactly what one would expect from Asim Raza.
The almost three-minute-long clip starts off with a montage of stunning visuals, after which we’re introduced to Sheheryar Munawar’s character, aptly named Sheheryar. We also see Ahmad Ali Butt and Zara Noor Abbas instilling their finest comedic performances, along with Hina Dilpazeer and Munawar Alam Siddiqui in supporting roles. One can witness literal sparks fly when Sheheryar comes across Maya Ali’s character, Sania, and then begins what could be a romantic rollercoaster ride.
There is a strong chemistry, and plenty of dreamy sequences surrounding the leading couple, which will take you back to any Yash Raj film. And just like any power-packed entertainer, the trailer also shows ample theatrics with fight scenes and a dramatic funeral setting. Plus, not knowing the relationship dynamics of Sheheryar and Sania also creates a mysterious vibe. However, Sheheryar letting his feelings for Sania get the best of him give off major Ae Dil Hai Mushkil feels (with Sheheryar overdoing it a bit).
The highlight of the trailer may have been the cameos from Lollywood’s A-listers. Mahira Khan’s stunning persona in a classical dance number, plus Fawad Khan’s wise words at the end probably gave fans a whole lot to look forward to. But at the end of the day, the clip really seemed like a bunch of sublime scenes clipped together with no proper hint of what exactly is going on. And a question which could be on everyone’s mind: What exactly is left to the imagination if everything is included in the trailer like a short film?
Maybe that’s just how Raza wanted to leave the impact of this star-studded fairytale-esque trailer. Nevertheless, we will be on the lookout for the film which releases on Eid-ul-Azha and represents Raza’s typical style of exploring love and friendship. And indubitably, the trailer gets a tenner on being a cinematic masterpiece, as its something you’d want to feast your eyes on repeatedly.