Hassan[edit | edit source]
Hassan is a film released in 22 June of 2018. It was written, directed, produced and starred Emaan.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Hassan (portrayed by Emaan) has important hopes, in the troubled city of Kabul, Afghanistan. But the unsafe circumstances prevent his hopes to be fulfilled and he had to leave his goal and leave the country to seek refuge a broad, but there, he faces different types of issues.
Hassan runs a non-profit lotto company which helps to treat poor sick kids with heart diseases. After losing his organization financially and his Mother, Hassan is left with no choice but to leave the country and join his fiancé Tabasom(portrayed by Leena Alam) in Canada. Struggling to adjust to new culture, the couple decides to follow their dreams and passion and return to their homeland and to re-establish Hassan's lotto company.
Production[edit | edit source]
Hassan's production took place in Kabul, Afghanistan and Toronto, Canada, with the musical score in India (courtesy of Dhanesh Raj). The crew is comprised mostly of Afghan background..
Critical Reception[edit | edit source]
Hassan was the first Afghan movie to have had such a splash in social media during its initial release. It was Emaan's biggest debut after Barbad Raftha (2004). It currently has an 8.2/10 on IMDb. It screen in Virginia, California, two theaters in Toronto, and 8 theaters in Kabul.
"There wasn't a big star such as Salman Khan, Sha ru Khan, yet so many people have gathered to watch the film. After 25 years, Afghanistan can finally enjoy a film with such quality of acting based around themselves. Every year, films are made for film festival to be watched by millions. But this year, there's also a film for the people of Afghanistan. Hassan made people cry, it made them laugh and it teaches them valuable life lesson." -Zobair Padash writer/actor from Universidad Panrusa Guerásimov de Cinematografía
References[edit | edit source]
- Hassan - The image of our common pain (2018) - IMDb, retrieved 2019-03-17
- "Zobair Padash". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2019-03-18.
- "Zobair Padash". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2019-03-17.
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