14th of August has dual importance for me – it’s Pakistan’s independence day and my parents’ wedding anniversary as well. So we had to make a plan that did justice to both events; therefore, we decided to watch a Pakistani movie!
A little history for you – When I was working as the Editor for Sensation Magazine, I interviewed Aamina and Mohib at their residence in Karachi, and it was an absolute pleasure. Such easy going, entertaining and hospitable couple they are! Since then, I have been in love with them, and am a loyal fan.
|One of our favorite couples!|
And this is what got me to watching Josh.
I had high expectations. I have seen both of them on silver screen and was confident that the movie would be worth it. But, I wasn’t right – not absolutely.
What I loved about the movie…
- It has a happy ending. Not the guy-girl marries and live happily after kind, but the one that gives you hope.
- The story was very real. It hit home with everyone who lives in Karachi (or Pakistan)
- Aamina did a great job on screen. She was completely involved in the character, and her presence could be felt throughout.
- The direction was very very VERY weak.
- Too many faces with hardly any substantial role to play.
- Cinematography was amateurish, to say the least. I have seen better soaps on HUM and GEO
- The story was weak; it just won’t build up. No climaxes (Indian movies have spoiled us), high or lows throughout. The monotone had some people in the audience yawning *iWitnessed*
|A still from the movie…|
|Young faces from the movie; there are more!|