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‘Wrong No. 2’ Teaser is a Slapstick Joyride

Yasir Nawaz’s upcoming sequel to 2015’s surprise hit “Wrong No.” is one of the most awaited projects of the year. There is definitely an audience out there for Yasir’s in-your-face, laugh-a-minute brand of humour which one witnessed in “Wrong No.”, so the expectations for “Wrong No. 2” were similarly high.

Who doesn’t want to witness a riot of colors on screen coupled with rib tickling comedy and complete entertainment? That is exactly what the teaser of “Wrong No. 2” promises. It introduces Javed Sheikh’s character, who this time, judging from his accent, is playing a gentleman from the northern parts of the country. His act and situations with Mahmood Aslam, another prominent player in the film, and Sana Fakhar are slapstick and will arouse a lot of laughs in the film.

From what we saw, Neelam Muneer is likely playing his daughter while Sami Khan is her love interest. Both of them are seen enjoying easygoing chemistry, and we see the two on the run, biking through plantations in interior Sindh and posing in front of other beautiful locations such as the Sukkur Bridge. Sami Khan looks every bit the film hero, and seems to be at the receiving end of Javed Sheikh’s and Mahmood Aslam’s antics.

And no review of the teaser would be complete without mention of Yasir Nawaz, who apparently is playing a hoodlum and along with his brother Danish Nawaz, looks suitably gangster like.

The plot of the film is difficult to make from the minute and a half long clip, but you can be sure like its prequel it will have a suitable mix of situational comedy, romance between its leads and some gangsters on the loose. The production values are looking top notch, and the film has everything to offer from lavishly shot song and dance sequences, thrilling action, and of course entertaining music.

All of this definitely increases our expectation to watch the full trailer of the film! Watch this space for more on “Wrong No. 2”!

“Wrong No. 2” is scheduled to release Eidul Fitr opposite “The Legend of Maulla Jutt” and “Chhalawa”.

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