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Maalik is set to hit cinema houses on 8th April

Media Hub’s new venture Maalik has Ashir Azeem, Ehteshamuddin, Farhan Ally Agha, Sajid Hassan, TatmainulQalb,Hassan Niazi, ErumAzam, Adnan Shah, Pakiza Khan and Rashid Farooqui in the lead cast and will be released on 8th April 2016 (Nationally and internationally).It is a Pakistani action-thriller film, written, directed and produced by Ashir Azeem.

Ashir Azeem, Director & Producer of Maalik

#Maalik is a story of men, from Pakistan's Elite Special Forces whose lives get entangled because of the system. They soon realized that serving the nation is more complicated than simply following the orders.



#Maalik is about ownership and the tag line of the film is "Main Pakistan ka Shehri, Pakistan ka Maalik hun#Maalik invites the viewer to take responsibility for their own life and the lives of their loved ones.


The story of #Maalik revolves around four principal tracks. An Afghan family that escapes from the ravages of the Soviet war in Afghanistan and settled in Karachi. A SSG officer who undergoes a personal tragedy and started a private security company in Karachi. An idealist school master who suffered greatly under a cruel Feudal lord and settles in Karachi and finally the Feudal Lord who becomes the Chief Minister and unleashes a reign of terror on all that cross his path.

 Farhan Ally Agha


AshirAzeem is the director, producer, lead cast and also has written the movie, “We are very excited and looking forward to the release of Maalik which is on 8th April 2016 and we hope that the audiences like the movie.”




The music of the movie is composed by Sahir Ali Bagga and the songs are sung by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.

#Maalik is a story of love, loyalty, honor, family value, idealism, courage and dignity against all odds, and across all segments of society from the poor and the struggling to the highest levels of wealth and power. #Maalik will make you laugh and cry, angry and sensitive, but above all it is the story of every Pakistani that would not be forgotten.





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