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Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March

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Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March

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Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March

People need sources of entertainment besides television and what better way to provide that than by hosting festivals as they have become quite a rage in the country past couple of years. With the recent Lahore Literary Festival having attracted quite a gathering it seems that another annual festival is about to begin in Hyderabad called Lahooti Melo which has us looking forward to it immensely. It was five years ago when Lahooti began and this year marks their 3rd edition. Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March.  As the last two were received with quite a lot of warmth, this year, a huge audience is looking forward to the festival. Also this time around it will host a lot of stars from different societies who will talk about music, dance, poetry and arts as well as conduct work shops since the organizers believe that by creating such events one can inspire social change and begin to transform our community, country along with the world.

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Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March

Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March

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Now Cake is a movie which has everyone looking forward to it as it deals with emotions as well as family politics beautifully from what we have seen so far in the trailer. Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March.  This year, at the Lahooti Melo Aaminah Sheikh, Sanam Saeed and Adnan Malik along with the team will be very much part of the festival where they will talk about their movie which is all set for its release on March 30th.

Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March

Lahooti Melo Will Take Place In Hyderabad On This March

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Jami Mehmood whose movie Moor we love even today will also grace the occasion with his presence as he will discuss along with Noor ul Huda Shah and Timothy Patrick folklore finesse; meaning that the discussion will be about why do writers/producers dress old tales in new clothes and how filmmakers (for instance Padmaavat) struggle in presenting old stories.

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