Mahira Khan New Movie Prince Charming Accused of Copying a Foreign Film




Mahira Khan New Movie Prince Charming Accused of Copying a Foreign Film


As soon as the teaser trailer of actor Shehryar Munawar’s first directed short film ‘Prince Charming’ came out, it was claimed with reference to its music and film that it has been stolen from a foreign film.

Mahira Khan and Zahid Ahmed have played the lead roles in ‘Prince Charming’ and the story of the film revolves around a man who dreams of becoming a king despite being a common man.







While Zahid Ahmed and Mahira Khan will be seen romancing in the film, Shehryar Munawar will also step into the world of directing through this film.

The teaser for “Prince Charming” was released just two days ago, after which viewers described it as a copy of a Hong Kong film with its music and cinematography style.



According to a post that went viral on social media, not only the style of filming ‘Prince Charming’ but also its music was stolen from a foreign film.


The film, directed by Shehryar Munawar, was accused of stealing the music behind the scenes from the 2000 Hong Kong film “In the Mode for Love”.

At the same time, it was alleged that Mahira Khan and Zahid Ahmed’s film was shot in the same style as the Hong Kong film.



Although comparing the music of the two in the trailers of ‘Prince Charming’ and ‘In the Mode for Love’, the two will have some common music, while in some places the filming style of both the movies will be similar. Gives.

Although the music and filming style of the short film directed by Shehryar Munawar has been accused of being copied, the film team has not yet responded.



Even before this, many Pakistani films and songs have been accused of copying the music and style of foreign films and songs.

Recently, Aima Baig and Farhan Saeed’s song ‘Na Chheer Malangan Nu’ was also accused of copying American singer Taylor Swift’s song ‘Wildest Dream’, which was later admitted by the director of the song. Did this to pay tribute to Taylor Swift.