Fahad Mustafa Shares Stunt Shots From Upcoming Film

The 36-year-old actor’s movie Quaid E Azam Zindabad is slated to release this year.

Fahad Mustafa Shares Stunt Shots From Upcoming Film

There is no denying the fact that actor Fahad Mustafa is one of the most loved actors in Pakistan’s entertainment industry today, which also makes him one of our highest paid actors.

The 36-year-old actor’s movies, from Actor In Law to Na Maloom Afraad, have all been received well by movie goers and have had a great box office success. It is then understandable that fans have been anxiously waiting for his upcoming project Quaid E Azam Zindabad, in which the Jeeto Pakistan host will be seen starring opposite Mahira Khan.

While the release date of the movie is yet to be announced, the actor is showing us glimpses from it.

In a picture shared on Mustafa’s Instagram recently, we can see the actor perform an action sequence shot in Karachi.

The Load Wedding actor wrote, “Yep that’s me there #quaideazamzindabad #comingsoon,” alongside the picture.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Yep Thats me there ????#quaideazamzindabad #comingsoon

A post shared by Fahad Mustafa (@mustafafahad26) on

According to reports, Mustafa is playing the role of a corrupt cop in the movie and the Quaid E Azam reference is his illegally acquired wealth.

The picture was not only shared by Mustafa but his director Nabeel Qureshi also turned to Twitter to tease fans with the shots of the action sequence.

“That's how we roll ... Preparing for some action packed sequence ... With @fahadmustafa26 @TheMahiraKhan. Kudos to them & the whole crew for doing some fearless action sequence... #quaideazamzindabad #qaz #filmwalapictures can't wait to show it to our audience!!” wrote the filmmaker.

Nabeel Qureshi and Fahad Mustafa have worked together in four movies – Na Maloom Afraad (2014), Acton In law (2016), Na Maloom Afraad (2017) and Load Wedding (2018).

While their latest movie together was slated to release in Eidul Azha this year, which will fall on July 30, it is highly likely that its release will be postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Pakistan is currently under a partial lockdown with all cinemas ordered shut.