|Written by||Umera Ahmed|
|Directed by||Haseeb Hassan|
|Country of origin||Pakistan|
|Running time||80 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Hamdan Films|
|Original network||Geo Entertainment|
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Laal (tele-film) is a 2019 Pakistani military action telefilm written by Umera Ahmed and directed by Haseeb Hassan. It is produced by Geo Films and features Bilal Abbas Khan and Kubra Khan in leads. The telefilm was released by Geo Entertainment all over Pakistan on 23 March 2019 on the occasion of Pakistan Day.
Story of a young boy named Behram who lives near Ormara coastal line, Balochistan. His father works for a fishing troller which barely aids their survival. Like his older brother Usman, his father hopes for Behram to become a fisherman. But, Behram has his eyes set on another dream. Inspired by the Navy officers, he hopes to get education and join the Navy. His dreams are realised when he meets a Navy family willing to help Behram. After 15 years, Behram returns to his hometown after becoming a Naval officer. His return presents him with a life-altering challenge and demands of him a sacrifice that earns him the nation's pride (Laal).
- Bilal Abbas as Behram
- Kubra Khan
- Gauhar Rasheed
- Iffat Rahim
- Adnan Shah Tipu
- Saleem Mairaj
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