Bachaana (Urdu بچانا, meaning save ) is a 2016 Pakistani romantic thriller film starring Mohib Mirza and Sanam Saeed. It was directed by Nasir Khan and produced by Rizwan Saeed. The film was released worldwide on 26 February 2016 under the production banner Big Film Entertainment.
Bachaana Movie Plot :
A bubbly Indian young lady named Aalia (Sanam Saeed) stuck in an unfortunate situation is constrained by conditions including her significant other Jhangir “J” (Adeel Hashmi) to place her confidence in a Pakistani taxicab driver, Vicky (Mohib Mirza), who she meets by chance in Mauritius Airport, who then willingly volunteers make Aalia’s protected come back to India conceivable. En route, the two end up in a hurricane of uncertainty, opiates, unlawfully quick driving, privileged insights and obviously, sentiment.
Bachaana Movie Cast :
- Mohib Mirza as Vicky
- Sanam Saeed as Aalia
- Adeel Hashmi as Jahangir “Jay”
- Rasheed Ali
- Acktar Ghi
- Jean Paul Jacquin
Bachaana Movie Development :
The film was a feature directorial debut of Nasir Khan, who previously directed a documentary titled Made in Pakistan. Rizwan Saeed produced the film through his banner Big Film Entertainment, which starred Sanam Saeed as Aalia, Mohib Mirza as Vicky and some other actors from India and Pakistan including Adeel Hashmi. In May 2015, filming was underway in Mauritius.
Bachaana was originally produced by Rizwan Saeed. Nasir Khan previously directed a documentary titled Made in Pakistan. The project was finalized in 2014 while Development and concept was being planned by the team by past three years, the director on his interview stated “I have been working on this project for over three years and with the release just round the corner, I don’t have anything to say, but to wait for people’s response,” while casting and development were carried out in min 2014. The screen play was done by Saad Azhar. The film was filmed in Mauritius, Pakistan and India. Other development crew and song composition was chosen from both Pakistan and India. In Mid 2015, Hum TV’s head Sultana Siddique came abroad as parter with Big films, regarding the film she stated “We are excited to partner with Big Films for the release of feature film Bachaana under Hum Films banner. HUM Network has always supported new talent and we have great expectations from Nasir and Rizwan. It’s a delight to release Sanam Saeed and MohibMirza’s feature film as we consider them an integral part of HUM Family she further added, “I hope the audience will enjoy the movie and will keep supporting Pakistani productions. I also request our press and cinema owners to keep encouraging local productions as they have been bearing fruit in last few months. It’s an exciting time for people in the film making business and we hope to bring more films with a Pakistani identity in the future. Best of luck to the entire team of Bachaana!”. Along with her Rizwan Saeed stated regarding his first direction “Bachaana is a fun and entertaining ride that will leave you asking for more. I am excited for both Sanam Saeed and Mohib Mirza. Their chemistry in the film is something everyone will connect with immediately. Adeel Hashmi is also making an entertaining debut with Bachaana.” He further added, “We have partnered with the stalwart of the Pakistani Media Industry Sultana Siddiqui and her team at Hum Films for this venture. They have played an important role in promoting Pakistan’s entertainment industry and with Bachaana we look forward to promote it further.” . According to several sources, it was also said that the series is made on the footsteps of Bollywood film, Bajrangi Bhaijan for this the leading character, Mohib Mirza stated, “Bachaana’s script was in my email before anyone had even heard about Bajrangi Bhaijaan. So, let me assure you that it has not been inspired by the Indian flick at all.” Neil Sadwelkar Bollywood’s post production guru who has worked on films such as Slumdog Millionaire, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Omkara, Don & The Reluctant Fundamentalist had this to say about Bachaana, “The trailer of Bachaana looks fantastic. The film looks so fresh and entertaining and judging from the visuals I haven’t seen Mauritius shot this well in a very long time.”