Yeah I agree with Samli, in the hope that they did not vandalise.
Kaptaan The Movie (2012) - Official Trailer - PakistaniCinema - YouTube
A movie on the life of Imran Khan..........this looks terrible tbh......
And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW
Yeah we don't crap in the first world; most of us would actually have no idea what that was emanating from Ajmal's backside. Why isn't it roses and rainbows like what happens here? PEWS's retort to Ganeshran on Daemon's picture depicting Ajmal's excreta
You, you ****
Yeah that trailer looks ****. More like a parody of his life. Lol at the women playing Jemima.
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haha.....yeah.....looks like they couldn't afford a British actress resembling Jemima so they tried to get an Afghan version lol........she doesn't even look British
The actress is apparently based in New York, so I don't think finances were the issue.
Let's move the discussion away from the merits of Imran for a moment to discuss what his chances of getting elected are. I think Agent has it right that it's very unlikely that Imran wins the 2013 elections. His support base is largely in Punjab where he will take votes away from PML (N). This will only help the PPP. I don't see Imran challenging the PPP/MQM in Sindh or the ANP in Khyber-Pakhtunkwa. In effect, I don't see any significant changes in the makeup of the next government. The opposition will probably look different, with Imran being a significant player on the opposition benches. Thoughts?
I am not so sure about KP. The thing is that ANP has been very unpopular in KP this time around. People have come to see them in the PPP mold. PML-N is worried that their vote bank might be split and the dengue brothers are panicking.
Before his 30th october rally political analysts were of the opinion that Imran won't be able to get his supporters to move their asses from their sofas and chairs and come to his rally. They did. If he can translate the support from the urban areas of Punjab into actual votes I reckon he can easily get 25 to 30 seats.
Also the fact that Imran's popularity in KP has soared after his flood relief efforts where the ANP govt was not able to do much and received a lot of flak as well. So he might expect a few seats there too and if he plays his cards right he can get more than a handful of seats.
In Sindh he would have a hard time. Baluchistan already has very few seats in parliament and those too are usually taken by their tribal leaders belonging to one of PPP or PML.
Thirdly there are some independents like Jehangir Tareen who are well entrenched in their areas and they might now opt for Imran. Not too sure.
In the coming 6 months Imran will have to conduct a few more rallies in different parts of pakistan to see where he stands. I do agree that currently Imran stands of becoming a strong opposition leader in parliament although PM in 2013 looks difficult.
If Shah Mehmood joins him then in lower Punjab he can really hurt PPP. In Karachi imo he can make a dent in MQM votebank in the affluent areas of the city.Lower middle class which still forms the majority of Karachi's population is loyal MQM especially after what Mustafa Kamal has done for them
I think this movie is being made by pml-n to give Imran nightmares
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