The Trailer of ‘Zindagi Tamasha’ has been removed from Youtube before its release
His trailer was removed from YouTube just three weeks before the release of the famous director and actor Sarmad Khoosat's film 'Zindagi Tamasha'.
The trailer for "Life Spectacle" was released on September 30 last year, which made it look upright.
The film's story and subject started to be criticized only after the short-lived trailer was revealed, but the film managed to win a global award just before the release.
The 'Life Spectacle' was presented at the World Film Festival in Busan, South Korea, where it was also awarded.
"Zindagi Tamasha" was awarded the Bosan Film Festival's highest film award, Kim Jesuik, which was given jointly with the Indian film "Market".
The film's trailer has now been removed from YouTube after being awarded a global award and criticized by some circles after the film's trailer went viral.
Filmmaker Sarmad Khoosat described the trailer of 'Zindagi Tamasha' being removed from YouTube at a live press conference on YouTube and said that he had removed the trailer himself.
The filmmaker explained that although the story of the film was not fully shown in the trailer nor the story of the film is as reflected in the trailer, some people are propagating the story of the film in the wrong way. Removed trailer for.
During the press conference, Sarmad Khoosat also announced the release of the film and said that the film will be presented in cinemas on January 24 this month.
Although the movie's short-lived trailer is difficult to guess, the film's story revolves around a very sensitive and important subject.
The trailer of the movie hinted at how the people of religion and politics have achieved their goals in the film.
Some of the characters were also shown in the film, in good but hidden ways.
The story of the film is written by Nirmal Bano and made by Sarmad Khoosat, who made 'Minto' earlier.
The cast includes Arif Hussain, Samiya Mumtaz, Ali Qureshi and Aman Suleiman, among others.