The trailer did not do the film justice – Shahroz Sabzwari

The trailer did not do the film justice - Shahroz Sabzwari

Syed Noor’s Chain Aye Na came under heavy criticism since its trailer released last month; unfortunately, the film’s lead actors are bearing the brunt of it all.

Recently in an interview when asked about how he feels about all the negative response that was thrown at the trailer he said, ” My response to all the criticism was whatever I said, I stand by that. I feel criticism is always healthy, we take it, we accept it. All I was trying to get at was that you can say a certain trailer is “bad” or ”ugly looking” or whatever but you can’t say “don’t go and watch the film“, that’s not healthy journalism and I stand by that.”

“Also, I would like to remind everyone that trailers are just a one-minute thing compared to a three-hour film, so let’s see how the film is. When we watched the movie, time just flew by. The movies that had good trailers didn’t exactly turn out to be good movies so let’s not be disheartened. I watched Balu Mahi‘s trailer and I was blown away, I thought it looked like a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film which is great for our industry but then I saw the movie and I thought they could’ve told the story in a better manner. I have complete faith in Chain Aye Na,” he added.

Well we can wish best of luck to the whole team of “Chain aye na” and hope the movie turns out to be good.


Fareeha Imdad

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