Trailer review Ishrat Made in China: Mohib Mirza roars in this masala entertainer

Ishrat Made in China

Mohib Mirza’s debut directorial Ishrat Made in China is finally making it to the big screen. The film has been written by Ahsan Raza Firdousi and produced by GEO films. This out and out entertainer is set to hit the theatres on 3rd March. But before we get a chance to catch the first local release of 2022 on the big screen the makers released the trailer of the film and we are obsessing over it. The film has a solid ensemble cast that included Sanam Saeed, Sara Loren, HSY, Shamoon Abbasi, Ali Kazmi, Sara Loren, Mani, Imam Syed, Shabbir Jan, Nayyar Ejaz, and Mustafa Chaudhry.

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“Exciting action-packed joy ride, full of humor, witty one-liners, and an epic soundtrack,” reads the official description.


Watch the trailer of Ishrat Made in China here

The trailer opens with Ishrat (Mohib Mirza) playing a street fighter aiming to make it big one day. He gets a life-changing opportunity to change his game by flying to China and showcase his talent to the fullest. Mirza’s physique adds so much grandeur to his look and makes one believe he is truly one hell of a fighter.

Ishrat Made in China


We are also introduced to the antagonist gang headed by HSY.

Ishrat Made in China

Sanam Saeed and Sara Loren’s captivating looks come as a breath of fresh air. Though Mohib Mirza’s chemistry with Sanam is evident in the trailer, we are looking forward to the film to watch more of them together.

Ishrat Made in China

The dependable actor Shamoon Abbasi also makes an appearance and looks super impressive.

Crackling dance numbers, breathtaking scenic beauty, comical and action sequences are the USP of the film. The plot offers something new; the execution makes one sit on the edge of their seat and leaves the audience wanting more. We give Ishrat Made in China trailer a big thumbs up, this one is surely going to be a hit!  


Ishrat Made in China is slated to release on 3rd March 2022.

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