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Waar, un taquillazo en Pakistn

By DMO Affiliate
La India y Pakistn en cartel como enemigos irreconciliables en la pelcula Waar primera cinta pakistan de gran presupuesto. Waar significa huelga en lengua urd. El filme dirigido por Bilal Lashari lleva a la pantalla la guerra contra el terrorismo en Pakistn, mostrando alianzas islamistas, ataques, sangre y mucha accin. Bilal Lashari habla de este inesperado taquillazo : Nos esperbamos buenos resultados pero no tanto pues la pelcula registraba nuevos rcords cada da. Nos esperbamos algo grande, pero esto es algo increble . Tres aos de rodaje y un presupuesto de 1. 400.000 euros, toda una superproduccin que desde su primera semana de explotacin acumula ingresos 650.000 euros, un record para el cine pakistan. Waar recuerda las tensiones entre los dos pases desde 1947. Dos potencias nucleares rivales que intercambian fuegos cruzados a lo largo de la frontera que separa la regin del Himalaya de Cachemira, a pesar de un alto el fuego firmado en 2003. Aunque Waar le sigue el juego a Pakistn, la cinta ha creado polmica en el pas. Y algunos la consideran una pelcula de propaganda. Esta es la opinin del crtico Nadeem Paracha: Su trama tiene muy poca cosa y no es muy convincente. Se basa en una gran cantidad de cosas que ahora parecen como parodia de s mismos. Creo que es una pelcula estpida, pero con un montn de accin, lo que le hace entretenida. Este fenmeno de Lollywood que se acaba de estrenar con xito en Pakistn podra distribuirse prximamente en Dubi, Reino Unido, Canad y los EE.UU.. esplosione (4) parla commando (7) SOUND UP esplosione (12) parla (21) pre-sot (26 sot) We were expecting a pretty decent opening. However, we werent still expecting the kind of reaction we got because the film was breaking new records every single day. So its been overwhelming. And yeah, I mean we were expecting it to be big, but it was even bigger; it ended up being huge. (48) gente scale mobili (52) pubblico (56) entrata pubblico (103) pulito film (108) parla (124) pulito urlano (130) parla pubblico (139 sot) Its plot is extremely thin and not very convincing as such, and based on a lot of things which now seem like self-parodies, if you know what I mean. I think its a mindless movie, but with great action, and great fun to watch. (156) pulito (200) parla (211) pulito musica film (215-222) parla (222-227) sound up Militants overrun a Pakistani police academy and kill 100 officers. An Indian spy and her accomplice waltz in a glitzy flat in Islamabad to celebrate the success of their mission. This is a scene from Waar (Strike), Pakistans first big-budget movie which opened this month to enthusiastic audiences in the nuclear-armed South Asian country of 180 million. Bilal Lashari, the 31-year-old director of Waar, shuttling across the country for various publicity and media events of the movie, said even the makers of the film were surprised by the response. 0.26 (SOUNDBITE) (English) DIRECTOR OF WAAR, PAKISTANS FIRST BLOCKBUSTER MOVIE, BILAL LASHARI,SAYING: We were expecting a pretty decent opening. However, we werent still expecting the kind of reaction we got because the film was breaking new records every single day. So its been overwhelming. And yeah, I mean we were expecting it to be big, but it was even bigger; it ended up being huge. 0.48 ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (OCTOBER 24, 2013) PEOPLE ENTERING CINEMA SHOWING WAAR/ PEOPLE WALKING THROUGH WALK-THROUGH SECURITY GATE Waar took more than three years to make and officially cost around $2.2 million in a country where the average film is made on less than $25,000. Its distributors say Waar grossed more than $900,000 during the first week a record for Pakistani cinema. 1.03 EXCERPT FROM TRAILER OF WAAR (a partir de 304) The narrative is simple and packed with action. Indian villains team up with Islamist militants to plot spectacular attacks across Pakistan. Pakistani security forces jump in and save the day. Though yet to be screened in India, the film serves as a reminder of tensions between the neighboring states, which have fought three wars since independence from the British in 1947. India and Pakistan trade accusations of staging cross-border attacks and supporting militants in the disputed region of Kashmir, where violence has seen a resurgence in recent months. 1.30 POSTER OF WAAR OUTSIDE CINEMA HOUSE/PEOPLE ON ESCALATORS LEADING TO CINEMA HALL/CULTURAL CRITIC NADEEM PARACHA READING A BOOK Some liberals, wary of what they see as fiery nationalistic rhetoric and scenes demonizing India, have mocked Waar as a propaganda movie. Cultural critic Nadeem Paracha said the film is basically the Pakistani states fantasies being played out on a big screen, but politics aside, Waar was great fun to watch. 1.38 (SOUNDBITE) (English) CULTURAL CRITIC NADEEM PARACHA SAYING: Its plot is extremely thin and not very convincing as such, and based on a lot of things which now seem like self-parodies, if you know what I mean. I think its a mindless movie, but with great action, and great fun to watch. 1.57 EXCERPT FROM TRAILER OF WAAR Waar is in great demand outside Pakistan, and his company has received requests from Dubai, London, Canada and the United States for rights to the movie. 2.27 END
Waar, un taquillazo en Pakistn




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