Haq Se – All Set To Voice Out Kashimiri Women’s Plight To The World! – Trailer Review

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Haq Se
Haq Se

They are as talented as any other woman in any other part of the world. They have their own point of views and opinions. They want to mark their place in this world. They want to make a difference. They want to live and not just exist. They want to fly in a sky free of regressive mentality and imposed restrictions in the name of traditions.

BUT…

The moment they try to break free from the clutches of ages old restrictions and voice out their thoughts, they are compelled to question and regret their choice of doing so.

Haq Se is all about it. Set in the heavenly backdrop of Kashmir, Haq Se is a story of Mirza sisters, Bano, Amal, Jannat and Meher.

Haq Se
Haq Se

Despite the situations in Kashmir, all the four sisters were watering their dreams but their life turns upside down when Jannat’s (Parul Gulati) “thought provoking” blog post is considered provocative by some regressive minds who think that it’s only right to make Jannat and her family’s life a living hell because of that.

Trailer tagged, “A family that stays together, fights every situation together”, which speaks much for the Mirza family who will fight off this situation and emerge out as winners, eventually.

Haq Se
Haq Se

Haq Se also has a hate turned love story in store for audiences of Dr.Naushaad Rizvi played by the very talented Rajeev Khandelwal and Meher Mirza (Surveen Chawla) who is an aspiring doctor.

Haq Se
Haq Se

The chemistry between the duo can be seen in the trailer even though their scenes are nowhere near romantic let alone cordial.

Here’s the first conversation between Naushaad and Meher and just reading it can give you an idea of how crackling their chemistry is going to be.

Meher is lost in her books while Naushaad walks in and comments, “Jo interview se pehle kitaabon mein ghusa rahe woh candidate nahi, student hota hai.”

To which, Meher quips, “Aur jo har waqt gairon ke maamlaat mein ghusa rahe woh pahuncha hua dhakhlandaaz hota hai.”

Haq Se
Haq Se

Based on Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women”, the web series is presented by ALTBalaji whose last venture, Bose : Dead/Alive is one of the best web series made so far.

Produced by Mano Rama Pictures, directed by Ken Ghosh, two minutes and fifty two seconds trailer with picturesque Kashmir, brilliant ensemble cast and just awesome cinematography has left us all frantically waiting to watch this web series.

Watch the trailer below just in case you have not watched it yet –

Stay tuned to Fuze for more buzz!

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