Mahira Khan Talks About Feeling Lost In Short film Alehdagi
In Qissa Nagri’s second short film, the starlet lends her voice for the narration of the story.
Qissa Nagri, an initiative launched to provide young artists – actors and filmmakers – a platform to showcase their talent has released its second short film titled Alehdagi.
A film about the dialogue one has with its own self, Alehdagi would be a series of stories that many can relate to this year with the world full of uncertainties, owing to the health crisis.
The narration of its first instalment titled Hamesha Yehi Hota Hai talking about feeling lost and understanding mental illnesses, such as, anxiety and depression, is done by film actor Mahira Khan.
The narration makes us introspect our own thoughts and take a moment to think about how distanced or disassociated we have been with many things around us.
In the short-film we can see writer and director Ahmed Sarym play the role of a lost soul along with Maamen Qutubshahi as Mahira narrates in the background with haunting music.
The music has been composed by Adeel Husain.
You can watch it here:
The first short film titled Sikka of the channel starred model-turned-actor Zara Abid, who recently lost her life in a plane crash in Karachi. The short film is the last project that Zara worked on before tragically losing her life in the crash.