After many delays, Ahsan Khan & Ayesha Omar’s ‘Rehbra’ gets a release date

The entertainment industry of Pakistan has rejoiced over the reopening of theatres across the country, and team ‘Rehbra’ – starring Ahsan Khan and Ayesha Omar in lead roles – is all set to entertain the audiences.


Directed by Amin Iqbal, the film commenced shooting in 2016.  Unfortunately, it faced many delays and some of the portions were even reshot. Finally, the makers have released the first teaser.  The trailer launch is scheduled for Eid-ul-Fitr, 2022 and the film will release in theatres across Pakistan on June 24.


Ayesha Omar shared the teaser on Instagram and wrote, “Presenting the first teaser for our baby Rehbra: a rom-com action flick, taking through trains, into cities and villages, depicting life as we know it.”



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She further added, “Me and my hero and the entire cast, crew, and team of the film are over the moon to share the fruit of our hard work and love, with all of you, soon.”


Speaking exclusively to Fashion Times Magazine, the lead actor Ahsan Khan said, “Rehbra is a different film and has ample twist and turns in its premise. It doesn’t narrate the conventional storytelling and embarks on a journey of two individuals who are poles apart. How do they get along with each other is the big USP of the film.” 


Earlier Khan took to Instagram to share the film poster a day before the teaser had released. He captioned the post, “Yes, it’s coming soon. Feature film Rehbra [is] a highly entertaining rom-com action-packed film with Ayesha Omar, Saba Faisal, and many stars. The film has been directed by the super talented Amin Iqbal and is produced by Saira Afzal.”



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