Maula Jatt belongs to all of us, says designer Fahad Hussayn – Style


It took a village to gather The Legend of Maula Jatt, star-studded cast, amazing sets, beautiful costumes and general direction and Fahad Husayn, who designed the male costumes for the film, has a long list of people he wants to thank.

The Legend of Maula Jatt is not a film, it is a trajectory, thanks to the vision of Bilal Lashari and Ammara Hikmat, this project has housed, nurtured and provided artists with the opportunity to show the world that we have the talent, we have just need to be trusted,” he said. wrote in a lengthy Instagram post.

“It was truly an honor to be a part of this project and today I want to thank all the special people I have seen working day and night, jumping hoops to make this all happen!” he said, starting with AD Sameer Shami, whom he called “the hardest working publicist in the industry” and “the most organized person who kept us all on schedule”.

“Namsa and Hamza Bajwa, who brought the production to life, often lived on set to get it right, the sets, sets and props designed for each character brought the story to life,” he said. he writes. The designer also thanked the duo Maram and Aabroo and praised their team’s commitment to the project and creating “flawless hair and makeup looks with continuity down to the pristine details, SFX makeup, ver of blood and attrition for action”.

Husayn credited his wardrobe teams for following his “crazy production demands and finishes” and learning and dying things on set for him. “Hira and Maya, your hard work will always inspire me.”

film for The Legend of Maula Jatt debuted in 2017 and the teams worked on the film for years. Hussayn thanked his assistants “who followed my details for the main costumes throughout the duration of the film, clothing, props, shoes, turbans, including on-set assistance, Saima, Beenish, Usman, Nauman and Sana all the world on the team this movie really belongs to you”.

“My sincere thanks to the consultants of my professors in the textile department of the BNU and their support in the realization of my lifelong dream to create textures. Mainul, my student in Bangladesh succeeded in all the natural dyeing seen in the film with his thesis, ”writes the creator. He thanked Asif and Shahid who mastered the art of making sewn dhotis and hand-finished kurtas.

But it’s not just the people who worked directly on set that he wanted to thank. Husayn also praised “all those pawnshop vendors from whom I bought the jewelry and the beautiful silver work that you see”, which he said were all from artisans in the Kinari bazaar in Lahore. He also thanked “the small town Chachas who provided me with vintage dhotis” as well as dentist Dr Zia for “throwing away Gohar’s gold tooth and taking with us every spell from the shoot for adjustment and replications “.

“This film also belongs to all of you! And at the end, I would like to thank Ami for letting me borrow some of our heirlooms for filming that she never let me touch otherwise! he wrote, adding a touch of humor to his message.

“I am extremely proud to have shared with you this historic moment in Pakistani cinema. In these difficult times, we all need a good sense of belonging. So that’s it, Maula Jatt belongs to all of us. Please watch and support your people and your industry. We deserved it!

The Legend of Maula Jatt is currently showing in cinemas in Pakistan, but not in all cinemas. In Karachi, for example, it is only screened at Atrium Cinemas. The film stars Fawad Khan as Maula Jatt, Hamza Ali Abbasi as Noori Natt, Humaima Mallick as Daaro Nattni, Mahira Khan as Mukkho Jatti, Gohar Rasheed as Maakha Natt, Ali Azmat as Gogi and Faris Shafi as Mooda.


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