Chicago IL: January 23, 2016: Iftekhar Shatreef, an eminent Businessman and Community Leader, released trailer of the upcoming Hyderabadi film, ‘Dawat-e-Shaadi’, in the presence of a number of eminent persons from different walks of life,on January 08, 2016 at Monty’s Elegant Banquets, 703 S York Rd, Bensenville, IL Chicago. The film, which has been shot in the beautiful and aristocratic locations of Paigah Palace Begumpet, is a hilarious situation-based comedy and gripping love story in the backdrop of the traditional weddings of Hyderabad.
Iftekhar Shareef said that while “Dawat-e-Shaadi” is
devoid of vulgarity, it guarantees a heavy dose of high-voltage entertainment and hard-hitting punches, which will be enjoyed by the entire family. “The non-stop laughter ride and the subtle message to the audience would result in a positive word-of-mouth publicity to the film”, he added.
“It is a moment of pride that ‘Dawat-e-Shaadi’, is being distributed and released by Rajshree Productions under its banner in February 2016, with a big bang”, said Syed Hussain, Director of the film.
“The release of our film by Rajshree Productions, which has produced a number of blockbusters in India, will take the Hyderabadi cinema up a notch like never before and catapult it into the higher echelons of film appreciation, added Hussain, with a sense of accomplishment.
“While the Hyderabadi Film Industry has been confining itself, since its inception in 2005, to making small budget films for niche market, ‘Dawat-e-Shaadi’ is pioneering in nature and first of its kind, considering the fact that it is a Bollywood-type big-budget film which is rich in terms of exquisite quality, pan-India appeal, breathtaking locations, and high-end technology” said Mast Ali, a. k. a. Saleem Pheku, the king of comedy, who acted in over 20 film and brought laurels to Hyderabad.
“For action and adventure, the movie lovers watch Hollywood films, for songs and dances, they prefer Bollywood films, and for pure and unadulterated comedy, they throng to the Dollywood films, that is, Hyderabadi Films”, said Mast Ali. “The fans of Hyderabad Film Industry will definitely bless ’Dawat-e-Shaadi’ with resounding success, considering its high entertainment quotient”, he added.
Mast Ali said that all the films of Hyderabad, without any exception, registered huge success, both at the box office and in the video market. Considering the Hyderabadi films to be a safe bet, many people came forward to invest in their production. “Dawat-e-Shaadi”, with a blitzkrieg of aggressive promotion and marketing campaign, unleashed by the Rajshree Productions, is poised to break many records of success”, he added.
Aziz Naser, the popular and powerful actor with over 15 films under his belt, said that “Dawat-e-Shaadi” will entertain the audiences thoroughly, irrespective of their linguistic backgrounds. “The movie lovers of the entire Indian Subcontinent, including those from Pakistan, can easily understand the ”Hyderabadi Urdu, the lingua franca of the streets of Hyderabad, which is a unique mix of Urdu, Hindi, Telugu, and some Marathi”, he added.
Aziz Naser said that Hyderabad Film Industry, in future, will join hands with Bollywood stars and would churn out great movies by combining their respective success formulae.
Feroz Khan, who has essayed a negative role in “Dawat-e-Shaadi” said that Hyderabadi cinema has come to attain the status of a genre unto itself, not just considering the typical lingo of the City of Pearls, but even given the culture and traditions of the Deccan.
Dawat-e-Shaadi”, which has been produced by an Australian-based duo, Samiullah Fayyaz and Syed Waseem Yaba features three heavy weights of the Hiderabad Film Industry–Mast Ali, Aziz Naser, Feoz Han, and above all, Adanan Sajid Khan a. k. a. Gullu Dada. Three beautiful leading ladies, Kavya, Madhavi, and Manisha too are playing interesting roles in the film.
Mast Ali, Aziz Naser, Syed Hussain, and Farhan Khan thanked Iftekhar Shareef for his help, in a variety of ways, in getting the trailer of “Dawat-e-Shaadi” in Chicago. They thanked Layeeque Ahmed and Shoukat too for their support to them.