Teefa In Trouble – Overview
The Pakistani film industry is now on the go to produce the best films. One of the Best Pakistani Movies 2021 is Teefa in Trouble, which was released on 20 July 2018. Ahsan Rahim directed this movie. It is a romantic comedy full of action. Ali Zafar, Danyal Zafar, and Ahsan Rahim have co-written this movie. Ali Zafar is also the producer of Teefa in Trouble. It managed to break all the previous records. It was the first non-Indian movie to be distributed internationally by Yash Raj Films. This movie made a business of Rs9.86 within five days from the local box office and made its worldwide highest gross of about Rs14.26 crore. Now let’s have a look at Teefa in Trouble Review.
- Ali Zafar (Teefa)
- Maya Ali (Anya)
- Shehzad sheik (Bonzo/Bashira)
- Mehmood Aslam (Butt Sahab)
- Faisal Qureshi (Tony dot Shah)
- Asma Abbas (Khalida Butt)
- Nayyar Ejaz (Sheikh Sahab)
- Simi Raheel (Baybae)
- Mahenoor Haider (Sara/Anya’s friend)
The story revolves around an orphan boy, named Teefa, who was raised by his mother. He works for Butt Sahab. He performs Butt Sahab’s illegal tasks. Anya (Maya Ali) is the heroine of the movie. Teefa has to kidnap Anya which brings him into trouble. The movie’s name is Teefa in Trouble because of the never-ending troubles of Teefa. First, his problems were because of orders from his master but then because of his love for Anya.
The audience has well-liked the on-screen chemistry of Ali Zafar and Maya Ali. There is a perfect blend of comedy with romance. The movie is a complete family movie that every age group can enjoy. The story is entertaining, the actors have worked well, the plot, direction, and visuals are remarkable.
Coming towards the songs, the most famous song is “Item Number” which is not actually an item number. Ali Zafar and Aima Baig sang it. This song has set its place in the playlist for all parties because of its attractive lyrics and amazing beats.
To sum up Teefa in Trouble Review, it is right to say that it is a perfect example of films that our industry need.