With Eid-ul-Adha coming up in no time Pakistani film audience is excited to watch their favorite stars on the big screen. Eid has always been considered the best time for the film release. This Eid two major Pakistani films namely ‘Parey Hut Love’ and ‘Superstar’ are releasing. While both these films have a great star cast, what is common in both these films is Mahira Khan playing a part. Hence this Eid is going to be an exciting event for Mahira Khan’s fans. While she plays the main lead in ‘Superstar’, in ‘Parey Hut Love’ Mahira has a short cameo.
Her song ‘Morey Saiyan’ has been winning the internet since the day it was released. In this song, Mahira Khan can be seen wearing a beautiful and heavily worked red pishwaz. She has been shot in the most traditional way possible. The film is directed by Asim Raza while the song has been choreographed by Nigah Hussain. Mahira Khan posted this song on her social media calling it ‘a true labour of love.’ Her fans could not help gushing over the beautiful actress and the dress. An Instagram user even called her ‘Madhubala’ referring to her iconic film 'Mughal –e Azam.' Someone tagged Sanjay Leela Bhansali to the post.
'Morey sayiaan.. mein loon tori ballayiaan @asimrazatvf A true labor of love..'
This song is very close to Mahira Khan’s heart. As mentioned earlier, she called it ‘a true labour of love.’ Mahira Khan’s makeup artist Adnan Ansari, who is behind most of her iconic beauty moments, posted a short video on his official Instagram account where the dove eyed actress could be seen wiping her tears after watching the video. She can be seen crying while hugging a team member.
According to Mahira Khan, ‘Moray Saiyan is emotional for me. The thing is we laugh together but we also cry together.’ According to Nigah Hussain the choreographer, ‘Moray Saiyyan is a different song and was difficult to choreograph.’ Mahira Khan’s fans could not see their beloved actress crying even if it was for a little time. They also asked the reason behind her tears as it becomes difficult for the audience to understand an artist’s overwhelming emotions.