Verna's first teaser is out and boy, is it fierce!

Published: October 3, 2017
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PHOTO: MAHIRA KHAN/INSTAGRAM

PHOTO: MAHIRA KHAN/INSTAGRAM

After her striking Bollywood debut opposite the King Khan himself, Mahira Khan readies for her upcoming Pakistani movies, Fawad Khan and Hamza Ali starrer, Maula Jatt 2 and Shoaib Mansoor-helmed, Verna.

After sharing few glimpses of her look in the movie, Mahira just shared the first teaser of the movie, and boy, it’s breathtaking!

Mahira looks absolutely fierce and seems keen on taking revenge. The song Power Di Game is apt as a soundtrack for the teaser.

The song is sung by Islamabad based rapper Xploymer Dar, originally from crew called Rap Engineers. The song is to have a strong message in it.

“I was called by Shoaib Mansoor himself,” Dar exclusively revealed to The Express Tribune. “We worked on the song together. I initially wrote the song and then Shoaib modified it.

Mahira Khan shares first look from her upcoming movie ‘Verna’

“The experience of working with the legendary director is absolutely surreal. He’s brilliant at what he does. I was actually at ease while he re-wrote the lyrics to my song,” he confessed.

He went on to say, “Rappers are very egoistic when it comes towards our work. We don’t like to change much. But I had complete faith in Shoaib, and it paid off.”

“The song’s title is yet to be decided. You know how privately Shoaib Mansoor works. It’s pretty hard to get anything out of him before he believes the time is right. However, yes, the song is included in the movie and will be revealed soon,” he further added.

Verna is slated to release on November 7 this year.

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