Naqsh E Ishq



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Naqshe Ishq (Role of Love) is documented program in many parts and each part contains an interview of actor, actress or director etc. of Islamic Historical TV Serial Mokhtar Nameh (Mukhtar Nama) in Urdu. You can watch these interviews by visiting a site completely about Mokhtar Nameh where all videos have been dubbed into Urdu and now available for Urdu community in Indo_Pak. These interviews are very interesting, all team got inspired during the shooting of this historical serial and a long period of eight years passed while serial was recorded and the telecast for Iranian TV in Persian and it is award to only Urdu Team who dubbed this TV serial while it was on air in Iran. To Watch These interviews and amazing things related to
shooting of Mokhtar Nameh (Mukhtar Nama) please Visit this site Mokhtarnameh.urdutube.net  
Many Parts of these interviews has been uploaded after dubbed many are coming up next!!!!!!!
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Maritime Silk Road (From Persia To China) Urdu Subtitles



It seems to be a good Iranian historical movie, there are some of the best Iranian actors, such as Bahram Radan, Dariush Arjmand and Ezzatollah Entezami, and also some Chinese and Thai ones, I think Shazan
(Bahram Radan) is a Persian Marco Polo in this movie.Mohammad Bozorgnia, who has worked as Dariush Mehrjui’s assistant for many years, has been always interested in making films about sea. The Ship Angelica, Battle of Oil Tankers, Storm, and The Maritime Silk Road are all about personalities who are one way or
another connected to the sea. A Place to Love was his sole film which had nothing to do with the sea. It was made four years ago and was a failure. Some of his films are about contemporary society of Iran (Battle of Oil Tankers, Storm) and some go back in time (The Ship Angelica, The Maritime Silk Road). His new film is one of the most spectacular film projects of Iran and is about a man called Soleiman who, according to historical documents, was the first sailor to cross the Indian Ocean to China. His route was then called the maritime Silk Road and many merchants took that route to get their merchandise to China. One of the passengers in this film is a young man who keeps a log of the voyage. Shooting The Maritime Silk Road has started in southern Iranian islands and has continued into China and Thailand.
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Four Commandos Full Film (Iranian Movie in Urdu)




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Spirit of Allah 2 (Ruhollah Khomeini)



As a young boy, Khomeini was lively, strong, and good at sports. He was even considered the leapfrog champion of his village and the surrounding area. Far from being dedicated only to games, though, Khomeini was also an intellectual. He was known for his great ability at memorizing both religious and classical poetry, and also excelled at his studies at the local maktab, a school dedicated to teaching the Qu'ran. Because of his scholarly success, Khomeini's older brother decided to send him to the city of Arak (or Sultanabad) in 1920. There, Khomeini studied with the renowned Islamic scholar Yazdi Ha'iri. Ha'iri left Arak for the city of Qom in 1923, and Khomeini followed. There, he committed all of his efforts to furthering his own religious studies while also becoming a teacher for younger students at Ha'iri's school.When Ha'iri died in the 1930s, the Ayatollah Boroujerdi succeeded him as the most important Islamic figure in Qom. As a result, Boroujerdi gained Khomeini as a follower. It is interesting to note that both Ha'iri and Boroujerdi believed that religion should not involve itself with government affairs. So, while the leader of Iran, Reza Shah, weakened the powers of religious leaders and promoted a more secularized country, the most powerful religious figures in

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Ekhrajiha 2 (The Outcasts 2) Urdu Dubbed Movie



In 2007, the Iranian film “Ekhrajiha” was released. This became one of Iran’s best selling movies and like a lot of Iranian best selling movies, it garnered a lot of controversy and went through phases of being banned and unbanned. Proving yet again that the people in charge are idiots, because movies like “Ekhrajiha” are the best forms of propaganda for them IF ONLY THEY COULD REALIZE IT. Unlike other Iraq-Iran war movies that come out from Iran, “Ekhrajiha” tried a new thing by focusing not on 100% Morally Fantastic Men but instead on a group of outcasts, thugs, thieves, drug addicts, and so on. This group volunteers to go the army.
The film was controversial (and when I say that, I probably mean controversial from the perspective of a few hardliners) and it upset the government because they claimed the film was making light of the war (because it is a comedy) and that it shows the people who fought for Iran in a bad light, since it was showing that a bunch of outcasts had joined the army. A moronic complain, because the movie showed that the army straightened this people out! By the end of it, the gang leader martyred himself for his country. How is this in any way not the best propaganda material!
That’s enough for one. The sequel (I think this is the first sequel EVER in Iranian film industry) was about them being captured by the Iraqi army and their time as PoW. Already this was making the government folks frown. A comedy about being a PoW? Unacceptable! Controversy, controversy, but it was released. Again, if I was the government of Iran, I’d go to the director’s house and shower him with money, because this is nothing if not a huge propaganda film. There are other lowlifes in the prison, aside from the characters from the first film, and initially they are ready to befriend the Iraqis for benefits while selling out their country. But by the end of the film, ALL the PoWs join together to sing the Iranian anthem in front of an angry group of Iraqi generals.
I might have found the film more amusing if I watched a few months back. But watching it right after the post-election unrests, I can’t feel a little saddened about the many Iranians that sacrificed themselves during the revolution and during the eight year old war with Saddam (and by proxy, the rest of the “free” world), all to reach a point where even the most obvious propaganda film is being criticized by the government for not being NICE enough. Sad.
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Hayat (The Life) Persian Film in Urdu



Hayat, meaning life, is a 12 year old girl who resides with her family in a small village in Iran. The little girl is preparing hard to appear in the school exams. Unfortunately, her father falls ill the day before her exams and had to be hospitalized. The little girl is agitated to babysit her infant sister on the most important day of her life. However, she was not the kind of a girl who would give up easily. With the help of some well-wishers, Hayat makes every possible effort to give her exam. Now, will her attempts bear fruits?
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FERESHTEH & CHILD Urdu (Child and Angel) Koudak va fereshteh



Director: Masoud·Naghash Zadeh
Countries And Regions: Iran
Year: 2008
Duration: 82minutes
Director: Masoud·Naghash Zadeh
Cinematography: Nader·Massomi,Habbib Majid
Script Writer: Mohamadreza·Gohari
Music: Karen·Homayoonfar
Set in a town in southern Iran in the summer of 1980, the film follows the experiences of a school girl as was descends, and sets in. A carefully and sensitively told story.
Fereshteh And Behnam have lost their parents during Iran-Iraq war. Movie starts with Iraqi forces attack to Abadan (city in west of Iran) causing death of Fereshteh parents. Fereshteh who has just returned home from school, escapes form the attack.
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A Span of Heaven (Urdu) Latest Persian Movie



Written & Directed by: Ali Vazirian
Producer: Seyed Hossein Haghgoo & Norouzbeigi
Executive Producer: Javad Norouzbeigi
Director of Photography: Mohammad Aladpoush
Editor: Bahram Dehghani
Composer: Bardia Kiaras
Art Director: Ali Vazirian
Costume Designer: Jale Zakizadeh
Set Decorator: Farhad Vilkiji
Sound Mix: Hossein Abolsedq
Sound-recordist: Farhad Arjmandi
Make up: Mehrdad Mirkiani
Cast: Ali Soleymani, Behrouz Baghaee, Behzad Farahani, Ladan Tabatabaee,
Sahand Jahedi, Armita Moradi, Afsar Asadi, Nader Soleymani,Mohsen Ghazimoradi
To earn his family's living, young Mohsen sells flowers on the crowded streets of the city.Speaking to God at night, Mohsen sees an angel appearing to him. He tells his wishes to the angel, and that he longs for a little piece of Heaven where he can take his family and friends there.
Providing his loved ones with a comfortable life is the ultimate dream of Mohsen.By God's command, the angel gives him a little piece of Heaven. At first nobody believes him receiving such blessing. However, once people start enjoying his divine gift, wicked plans start to take shape and....
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I Get a Release? New Persian Urdu Movie



New Iranian (Persian) Movie in Urdu 
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Kimia (Urdu) Iranian Social Movie



At the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq war, Reza's pregrant wife has to undergo a surgical operation. Reza arranges for his wife's hospi- talization and then leaves for the battlefront. Reza is captured by the enemy, while his wife dies at childbirth.
Shokuh, the obsterician, adopts Reza's baby, and when Reza is re- leased after nine years of captivity and finds out about the death of his wife, he starts searching for his daughter, Kimia. The dramatic tension of the story derives from the fact that Shokuh is deeply attached to kimia and can not bear to part with her.
Cast:
Khosro Shakibayi
Bita Farrahi
Reza Kianian
Zahra Oveissi
Kimia, the fourth film by Ahmad-Reza Darvish took by surprise all those who expected to see an ordinary movie. While all his three previous films gave been ordinary thrillers with ordinary subjects, Kimia showed a remarkable subject and treatment by the young director who started his career after the revolution.
His first film, The Last Flight, was about an Iranian pilot in the war against Iraq. That film had only the slightest touch of professionalism, an element lacking in his two other films, Lucifer and Lightning that were sheer thrillers. Bur Kimia was different.
The film begins with Iraq's attack on Khoramshahr and Abadan. Amidst the action and chaos a woman is giving birth to a child. in the meantime, her husband is captured by enemy troops and she dies after delivery. The doctor, a woman, has to take care of the newborn, a girl. The doctor devotes herself to rearing the kid she names Kimia. After nine years, the man returns from captivity and begins to look for his daughter...
Darvish has treated the melodramatic subject seriously. The film's opening sequence involving the war has a very professional making. Shot with a hand-held camera the opening sequence is one of the most brilliant of its kind in Iranian cinema. It is well coordinated and well executed and looks convincingly realistic thanks to good editing and special effects. This is probably the best war scene in all of Iranian cinema.
However, in the post-war scenes the film goes off rhythm and becomes more of a soap opera though still interesting enough. Here, emotional conflicts replace the inherent excitement of combat scenes.
Kimia was overwhelmingly welcomed by critics and jury members at the 13th Fajr festival. Except for the best make-up and best supporting actress categories, Kimia was a nominee for every single award of the festival; and finally won the ones for best acting as well as the jury's special prize and a diploma of honor for its screenplay.
A victim of the Iran-Iraq war struggles with a difficult dilemma when he must decide whether to claim his young daughter or leave her with the kind woman who raised her in this moving Iranian melodrama. The tale begins as the war rages around a small Iranian village. There Reza frantically searches for a car battery so he can rush his pregnant wife to a hospital.
Unfortunately, they arrive too late and she dies soon after bearing Reza's daughter. Reza isn't there for the birth because he had to rush back to save his family. He takes a wrong turn and ends up in the midst of fighting where he is captured and placed in a POW camp. Meanwhile back at the hospital, Shokuh, the surgeon who oversaw the birth, decides to raise the poor infant herself when the fighting erupts around the hospital. Later she flees and sees a smoldering corpse and she figures that it is Reza.
Nine years later, the father is finally released and goes in search of his daughter. He finds Shokuh and sees that Kimia, his daughter has been raised amidst wealth and safety. When Shokuh, a war widow, learns Reza's identity, she is naturally upset. Reza is upset too, for he can see that Kimia is happy. With such high stakes, both adults, wanting what's best for the child must struggle with their own desires and the painful realization that one of them must somehow live without Kimia.
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Making of an Islamic Film Against Zionists (Must watch)



We Watch only Screen but what is on the back ground of any Film?


What are the processingUnits of any Film?


Watch this video ,,, an Arabic Film was filmed about Palestine and Israel


Must watch the real story of Israel
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Empty Hands Urdu Iranian Movie (Dasthaye Khali) Khali Hath



Empty Hands is a complicated film about the aftermath of the Iraq- Iran war. Some of the intricacies of the plot will be lost on a western audience.
The film focuses on a mother and daughter, living with some tension. When the mother begins to act mysteriously, the daughter follows her. It emerges that the father-husband is being released from being a prisoner of war but has mental troubles. Eventually they care for the father and take him to a country town for recuperation.
In the meantime they have been receiving mysterious phone calls, threatening calls. It emerges then that there has been a clash between two military men and one holds the father responsible for the illness of his son and is determined to have revenge, an attempt made on the daughter’s life by the complainant’s daughter.
The film is highly emotional – reminding audiences of the impact of the war and its aftermath.
1.The impact of the drama? The Iran- Iraq war? Its aftermath? Violence during the war, subsequent violence?
2.Contemporary Iran, 21st century comfort, modern, affluent? Holiday homes? Food and dining? The memories of war – and the visual flashbacks?
3.An emotional film, style, performance? Social issues? The musical score?
4.The relationship between mother and daughter, the mother preparing the food, the widow? The mother going out, the daughter suspicious? The phone calls and the innuendo? The effect on the daughter, her being overwrought? Following her mother? The confrontation?
5.The memories of the father, the truth, his being a prisoner of war, illness, mentally disturbed? His return? Relationship with his wife? The joy at home, especially for the daughter? The meals? His spasms and his reversion? The holiday, the joy? The father’s character, upright? A commander?
6.The father and his trying to cope, the difficulties? Meeting his old friends and the memories of the war?
7.The holiday, the life for the family, visits?
8.The phone calls, the mysterious woman, the daughter meeting her, the confrontation? Her being stabbed? Who? Why? The daughter and her being arrested?
9.The father going to visit the grieving man with his son? The past bitterness? The phone calls, revenge? The helplessness of the son?
10.The father and his wife going to visit, the meeting and its impact, knowing the truth? The freeze-frame as the two leave? No effect? The meaning of the title?
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The Flowing River (New Iranian Action Movie)



New Iranian (Persian) Action Movie with Best Urdu Dubbing Quality ,, story is about Iran , Iraq War, attack of Iraq on a City known as Abadan........................................

In September 1980 Iraqi President Saddam Hussein launched a surprise attack against Iran and invaded Iranian territory on a broad front. Iraq's initial plan to attack Abadan Island called for an armored division to cross the Shatt al-Arab near Kharkiya on the road heading from Baghdad to Basra and then head south to capture the cities of Khorramshahr and Abadan. This division included 500-600 tanks as well as some special forces units for a total troop strength of 20,000 men.On November 3, Iraqi forces reached Abadan in Iran's Khuzestan province. Iranian resistance proved too strong, however, so Iraqi commanders called for reinforcements. A second, weakened armored division with a strength of approximately 4,500 men and 200 tanks was sent to cut off Abadan and surround the city from the northeast. These two Iraqi divisions faced an unknown number of Iranian troops. Most likely sources estimate that a single brigade defended Khorramshahr supported by two operational reserves located further northAlthough the Iraqis were repulsed by the Iranian Pasdaran unit, they managed to surround Abadan on three sides and occupy a portion of the city. However the Iraqis could not overcome the stiff resistance; sections of the city still under Iranian control were resupplied at night by boat. The Iraqis kept up a siege for several months, but never succeeded in capturing Abadan. Much of the city, including the oil refinery, was badly damaged or destroyed by the siege and by bombing. The Iranians forced the Iraqis to end the siege in September 1981.

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Goodbye My Friend (Persian Film in Urdu)



A beautiful and emotional movie about Revolutionaries.Goodbye my Friend , an Iranian Movie now it is also completed in Urdu and we uploaded here for the many requests of my friends who want to Watch this Great Movie,
Sura Aal -'Imraan (The family of Imraan) 3 Ayat 169
وَلاَ تَحْسَبَنَّ الَّذِينَ قُتِلُواْ فِي سَبِيلِ اللّهِ أَمْوَاتًا بَلْ أَحْيَاء عِندَ رَبِّهِمْ يُرْزَقُونَ
And reckon not those who are killed in Allah's way as dead; nay, they are alive (and) are provided sustenance from their Lord;
 This movie is about Shaheeds (Martyr
فَرِحِينَ بِمَا آتَاهُمُ اللّهُ مِن فَضْلِهِ وَيَسْتَبْشِرُونَ بِالَّذِينَ لَمْ يَلْحَقُواْ بِهِم مِّنْ خَلْفِهِمْ أَلاَّ خَوْفٌ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلاَ هُمْ يَحْزَنُونَ
[3:170] Rejoicing in what Allah has given them out of His grace and they rejoice for the sake of those who, (being left) behind them, have not yet joined them, that they shall have no fear, nor shall they grieve.
يَسْتَبْشِرُونَ بِنِعْمَةٍ مِّنَ اللّهِ وَفَضْلٍ وَأَنَّ اللّهَ لاَ يُضِيعُ أَجْرَ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ
[3:171] They rejoice on account of favor from Allah and (His) grace, and that Allah will not waste the reward of the believers.
This film is about Shaheed (Martyrs), who devote their lives for Allah , they were granted with grace and blessings of Allah, this film is based on real events after the Iran Iraq War , this film is about kids who were waiting for their father who went to Battlefield   and those kids pay flowers to Mujahadeen as a gift and it was common if a girl pay honor and Flowers any Mujahid, he was martyred for Allah, souls of those Martyrs who devoted their lives for Allah gathered and usually go to pay a visit to injured Mujahideen and also who died during war for those souls also said welcome to them, Must Watch it A beautiful and emotional movie about Revolutionaries.Goodbye my Friend
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