Chakkar, which is scheduled to be published on Eid-ul-Fitr, bills itself a murder mystery with all the flavor that desi audiences have learned to adore.
Produced by Nida Yasir and Yasir Nawaz under the brand of Farid Nawaz Productions, this multi-starrer follows two twin sisters. One of them (Zara) is deeply ingrained in the world of glitz and glamour, much to the chagrin of the other twin’s husband, played by Khan.
While one may speculate on how that conflict might play out on its own, Yasir Nawaz’s directorial debut takes an unusual turn when the twins trade roles, with Khan’s wife filling in for her twin on set while he is abroad.
As a result, she comes face to face with the industry’s catastrophic upheavals. This transition is completed when a murder occurs, with the world believing that Zara was cruelly murdered.
As a result, the inquiry begins in earnest, with many suspects involved. On the other hand, Khan becomes a prime suspect as well, owing to his hostile attitude toward Zara as a result of their interpersonal conflicts.
Yasir Nawaz’s character conducts the inquiry, and with action scenes peppered throughout the teaser, there are signs of anticipation for the film’s eventual release.
If one assumes that the entire film is drenched in solemn tones, enough moments of humor are sprinkled throughout to dispel this notion.
Nida Yasir, who has taken a more hands-on approach to production with this initiative, previously stated that the humor is “situational” and that “the comic value fits the character.”
Given that this picture combines romance with intense mystery elements, it has already distinguished itself from other films in its genre. With the film’s eventual premiere on Eid-ul-Fitr just around the corner, we now wait with bated breath to see if Chakkar does boggle our collective minds.