HUM Films hosted the red carpet premiere of Boney Kapoor anticipated mother daughter drama, Mom, casting the vivacious Pakistani actress Sajal Aly and the talented Adnan Siddiqui, at the Nueplex Cinemas, Karachi. Star Studded Premiere Of MOM In Karachi. It was a mega event, attended by a number of celebrities, showing their support as well as crowded by media and critics everywhere.
This movie Mom caught everyone attention in Pakistan and india. Star Studded Premiere Of MOM In Karachi.. The main actors in this are Sridevi , Adnan Siddiqui and Sajal Ali. Other are Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Akshay Khana.
We have a few pictures from the celebrated gala. Lets start off my Sajal Aly and Adnan, looking absolutely stunning in their outfits. Star Studded Premiere Of MOM In Karachi.
A number of celebrities took time off from their projects, and promotional tours to attend the screening
The actress was the heart and soul of the event, as she was witnessed mingling with so many fellow actors and actresses or models that had come to congratulate her.
Sajal Ali was overcome with emotions at the premiere because her mother is no more with her. Star Studded Premiere Of MOM In Karachi. She expressed her love for her mother in these words.
She says that she would like to dedicate this project to her mother and to Pakistan Entertainment industry. Star Studded Premiere Of MOM In Karachi. She said no longer us that her mother and she wishes that her mother to see here with her.
Adnan Siddidqui said that
You have seen how brilliantly Sajal Ali has performed in the movie. it is a victory not only for Sajal Ali but the entire showbiz industry of Pakistan. Star Studded Premiere Of MOM In Karachi. Working across the border does not mean one has forgotten his or her values or country as we are representatives of Pakistan and its entertainment industry, regardless of where we work. Star Studded Premiere Of MOM In Karachi. Artists are the ambassadors of peace and love and it is our duty to rise above the hatred and tensions and work towards a common goal of achieving peace through the arts.