Corruption is a pressing concern in Pakistani society, one that has long plagued its development. In the recent wave of films/docus that touch upon a myriad of social issues, Tujhse Naam Hamara is a telefilm, set to air today on the account of Pakistan Day, with the aim of highlighting the issue of corruption whilst offering a solution to curb it.
Starring television actors Emmad Irfani and Mira Sethi in lead roles, the film is peculiarly dubbed as a rom-com and makes a satirical comment on what defines the morals of our society and how each one of us is involved in the act of corruption, in one way or the other. While Irfani plays the role of a policeman (Zaid), Sethi (Soniya) will be seen as his love interest in the film.
The story revolves around Zaid, a corrupt police officer who upon meeting Soniya changes his way as she motivates him to work with honesty. As he learns to say no to corruption, he realizes how satisfying his life has become. Directed by Furqan T. Siddique, the film also stars Behroze Sabzwari, Tabassum Arif, Erfan Motiwala and Rabia Abid Ali in important roles.