Green Entertainment, a new television network, aims to provide a distinct aspect of Pakistani shows. It appears that Green Entertainment has undoubtedly proven its mettle based on the 22 Qadam clip, one of the channel’s offers.
22 Qadam is a movie about ambitions, aspirations, hard effort, commitment, the power of belief, and the one thing that includes all of it in magnitudes – cricket. It stars the current top star of the nation, Wahaj Ali, and Hareem Farooq.
Strengthened by a Love of Cricket in 22 Qadam
It is unavoidable that cricket is loved in Pakistan. The game of cricket has the ability to unite people as few other activities in this country can, from the winding lanes of inconspicuous cities to enormous stadiums packed with thousands of fans.
And neither gender is exclusive in their passion for the sport. Women who compete in cricket at the national and international levels have been an inspiration to all cricket fans and have made the nation proud over the past few years with their outstanding performances. Cricket is still mostly seen as a “men’s sport” despite all of its achievements. And 22 Qadam has decided to take on and debunk this idea.
Story of 22 Qadam
Fari, played by Hareem Farooq, is seen in the drama’s trailer as someone who aspires to play cricket at the national level. For Fari, having this desire connects to her urge to want to live her life according to her own terms, making it more than just a dream is her passion and her contumacy. Fari is seen struggling against all kinds of physical, mental, and psychological barriers that are placed in her path as she stands by her convictions and refuses to leave the pitch until she has made the winning shot. Fari is shown to be completely motivated to make her goal a reality.
The versatile Wahaj Ali, who plays Junaid, who is another cricketer who is fervently training to be picked for the national team, supports Fari’s goals and aspirations. Wahaj Ali just won’t let his next project be comparable to his last one in any manner, shape, or form. The motley cricket squad that Fari has together is coached and mentored by Junaid, who is also able to be seen working out with them and inspiring them off the pitch. In other words, Junaid is the unbreakable wall of support that is the missing component that transforms failures into victories.
Astonishing Production for 22 Qadam
The drama is produced at an amazing level. A sport-themed drama cannot be produced inside the small confines of a home because the visuals must be as ambitious as the plot. With training sequences in both the field and the gym, and live cricket matches taking place in both a genuine cricket ground and an open field, 22 Qadam looks to have succeeded in doing exactly that.
The trailer’s brief excerpt of the soaring OST, along with the drama’s motivational images, is sure to set the heart racing. The aesthetics are flawless not only aesthetically.
Keeping the Human Aspect First
22 Qadam, a drama written by Zeeshan Ilyas and directed by Anjum Shahzad, doesn’t seem to be only focused on the game of cricket. It appears to be conscious of the fact that, at the end of the day, the athletes are people, and complicated emotions are only natural when people are involved.
Particularly when women are battling to take the front stage in a field where males predominate. 22 Qadam promises to be a human story as much as it promises to be a story that demonstrates the love of games. It does this by featuring characters from various walks of life who are only united by their shared love of the sport and the ambitions they have for it.
Making a Positive Noise
The 22 Qadam teaser has already generated excitement among viewers who are eager for a change of pace from the routine dramas now predominating the screens. And with good reason. It is difficult to dispute the significance and necessity of a narrative like 22 Qadam in these circumstances.
A story that demonstrates the fact that women are more than simply housewives and bahus; rather, they are people with goals and aspirations as well as the willpower to pursue them. A tale that demonstrates how males are not obstacles in the way of women reaching their goals, but rather the encouragement and inspiration they require to do so.
A narrative about the strength of dreams and the agony and suffering one goes through to realize them. An account of the lessons discovered via excruciating defeats that lead to a triumph that makes it all worthwhile. It will hopefully take a lot of qadams [steps] and a tale that is just distinctive to move Pakistani dramas in the much-needed right path.