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Plot: TICH BUTTON is a Family Drama which involves hilarious situations as certain events unveil the best characteristics of a joint Punjabi family. The protagonist of the story, “Kaka” helps “Saqib” when he refuses to marry his cousin “Shakeela”. As a result of this refusal, complications kick in and a pile of lies generate. As the story unfolds, “Leena” a girl from Turkey enters this triangle. She gets pleasantly surprised by the Punjabi Joint family system and her heart is falling for love.
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A must watch movie drama, action, emotion, romance complete package we love it.
We recommend all family and friends to watch the movie. Scene picturization in punjab, pakistan are amazing and out of this world. Same as the move shooted in turkey Istanbul is amazing and cinematography is very nice. Maya ali and sonia hussain both were very amazing. Sonia Hassan eye contact with cinema is very good. Dance performance was amazing same as very much musical film with 5 songs all songs are very nice and romantic. You feel very nice. Same as tragedy and action sequence is very good. We should watch the movie.
Over-stretched, Stereo-typed, Dull film
The title “Titch Button” suggests that it should be a comedy movie but you keep guessing till the end what genre best fits it. So name it anything, you like because it doesn’t matter whether anyone associated with the movie even bothered it either. So why the audience should?
So what do you expect from the drama writer Faiza Iftikhar? Will she be able to pull a cinema film from the grains of tv drama that she had been prolifically spilling on the small screen for many years, you are overwhelmingly innocent and insanely trying to repaint Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa from the strokes of a local artist.
There is no doubt writing hit tv series over the years, Faiza Iftikhar has the command to bring in some emotional moments in the film, which she perfectly did to capture your mind spontaneously. But moments vanish the next moment then you are left with tried-out dialogues, actors mimicking over nothing, one-dimensional characters arguing over things that matter to us the least. So we have left with the basic question. Where is the story? There is no story at all. Of course, there is a plot or rather fill-in-plot situations copied or written over a thousand times in Indian or Sikh Punjabi films with similar sequences copied perfectly by the writer and the debut film director Qasim Ali Mureed, who has gained popularity from his recent drama series “Mere Humsafar” So let’s stop for an instance. Instead of extracting the meaning of the film it depicts, its cliche dialogue, huge plot holes, or an absolute failure in terms of succeeding in its romantic genre charisma, let’s only talk about how it looks. Yeah, as cinematography,camera-work, decorations, dance sequences, lighting, and architectural framework were good, it would entice a chunk of people who have come to enjoy the artistic approach to the film, and it never fails you in this regard. Just as Legend of Maula Jatt did so well recently and finished as the top-grossing film of all time in the history of Pakistani cinema, directors are more prone to exploiting the art side of the film rather than the story or essence of it.
Do we come to enjoy that cinematic exuberance, that has nothing to do with the story or the very human experience we have by ourselves endured throughout our lives but in the world of the film, we would love to see how that particular character struggles to overcome it? Aren’t we thrilled to see our own fears and demons shattered by the heroic struggle of the character?
For a moment I thought the film would be about the two worlds viz a world of non-connection, deceit, and cheating in contrast to the world of true love, pure human connection, and sacrifice. The former is symbolized by the life of Turkey and the latter with some villages from Pakistan Punjab. Leena played by Iman Ali reflects that very person who seems bold, sexy, and arrogant. That could be fine as her mother had a failed love marriage. So was she hungry for love or connection? There isn’t any clue. Hence I was wrong in taking a contrast to the two physical worlds, it never dwells from there. Then there were moments that force me to think that it was a film about how cheating in friendship destroys your beloved ones. This sense of theme is quite obvious from a few scenes and dialogues like “Your yaar ka na ho saka wo pyaar ka kya hoga?” But you just cling to this thought almost at the end of the movie, which makes you feel crazy and doubt your thinking or observational skills.
The film starts with our desi hero played by Farhan Saeed named Kaka who lives with his huge Khandaan(Family n a haveli and is shown as an easy-going dumb ass kind of a guy, who is a failure in all aspects of life in contrast to his cousin and friend Saqib played by Feroze Khan currently working in Turkey.
It begins when Saqib’s phuphoo (aunty)arrives at the haveli along with her daughter to fix the date of marriage between him and Shakeela played by Sonya Hussain, her fiance, engaged eight years back. Saqib is shocked to know the date is getting fixed for his marriage, he becomes frustrated to get it undone. Why? The answer that the plot forces us to swallow is “I can’t marry phupoo’s daughter” with the laughable reason that he is her phuphoo’s daughter. The writer has slapped us straight in our faces and mocks our entire social system as if phuphoo’s are some evil creatures created by the necessity of our “paindo” filthy village style of life. You dare to ask the storyteller in this fast modern world where your characters are shown rich and stunning in every way, why in the hell the engaged couple haven’t seen each other or have talked over for centuries. It’s unbelievable. But for an instance, let’s believe it just had happened, the cruelty of the plot still goes on pulling us into a further quagmire that Shakeela settles in believing the concocted story told by Kaka on behalf of Saqib that is aimed at stopping this marriage to happen. How simple. The writer has not worked out her characters and she has not the slightest idea what her characters are and what they actually need in this world. They are shallow, they are laughable. The hilarious plot never stops here but in fact fixes Kaka in his own phony story that ends up with him being the next groom of Shakeela because from God’s will a love letter comes in suggesting Kaka apparently seducing her cousin’s to- be- bride in flowery word descriptions. To settle the enthralling problem at hand the grandfather makes the decision. Let’s swap the grooms and the marriage still goes on. Oh really? Why not after all it’s a comedy movie. Thanks, we have just concluded it’s a sheer comedy. From then on, somehow our hero Kaka becomes a man. He can’t disobey his parents. He has to marry Shakeela now even if isn’t his will. Wait, does some messenger comes down from the heavens to warn him of the consequences otherwise. Maybe, but we don’t have a clue like the way we don’t know who wrote that forged letter. Did that letter needed if you have all messenger apps running around throughout the film? The writer knows it better.
Now comes the typical plot. Saqib’s mother rages and now wants Saqib to bring her in a “gori mame” as his wife so she has an upper hand among her relatives. Saqib allures his half-Pakistani-Half Arabic friend Leena to role-play as his fake wife and save the day for him. Initially hesitant, the girl sees it as a vacation opportunity, and to kill her loneliness she agrees. As they land in the haveli, she falls in love with kaka as Kaka too.
On the other hand, Saqib falls in love with Shakeela the first sight he sees her after eight years, and in a twitch of a second that Phupoo kind of thing goes to hell and now he demands his cousin cum friend to cut the ties with Shakeela and let him marry her. Now Kaka has a dilema. Break the coming up marriage with Shakeela or save his love. He can’t break his words sworn in front of his elders. He can’t simply ignore his elders and stop the proposed marriage. He somehow has become an honest person without any cogent reason. Didn’t we have a glimpse of him as a liar when he acted on behalf of Saqib and fabricated a story?
When Saqib fails to allure his cousin to do as he wishes, he makes a plan. He tells Kaka to escort Leena in the dark of night to the station because she can’t resist her demise anymore and can’t stand in front of the house watching her love fade away from her.
So he does the same and is caught in front of the house depicting that Saqib had already told everyone to trap kaka and make him guilty suggesting he was running with Leena, destroying the family values and smashing the proposed marriage. Kaka is beaten by his uncle and leaves the haveli and spends the night at his friend’s place.
Shakeela has been observing that Kaka is mistreated and she tells the truth to her grandfather the family allows him to go stop Leena who is already left for the station. In between, we have to see a fight with the bad men who were once treated badly by kaka. He gets injured and Saqib comes to rescue him to make one last gesture that he won’t lose a friendship against a love who he already lost.
With all the perfect tried-out sequences from various Indian or Sikh films, the director copied them and the love birds meet at the platform before she leaves.
The issue of this terrible film is its story, plot holes, and on the surface forceful sequence generation. Even the director seems to be helping the cause further and destroying the linear expansion of the plot itself. He did everything which proved Indian films successful recently. So the Item dance was pulled out to make it look like an exemplary film. Urwa Hocane who is also one of the producers of the film can’t resist herself to show the curves of her skinny body to make an impact. And wait! To impress a girl the hero must be fighting a bad guy, even if the bad guy has nothing to do with the story itself. Yes, we have that sequence too. Then how can you leave a running sequence? Yes, the hero and his friend run aimlessly on the streets of the village to win a race. A race? What that has to do with the film? The writer or director must be knowing. Even the hero uttered,” why you made me run an aimless race?”
Apart from the spooky scenery from Turkey, the yacht dance sequence that is shot well or decorated haveli, and Sohail Ahmad’s punchy dialogue at times, we have nothing to praise much. Acting is at par. In short, the story feels over-stretched and some of it comes over as vague and under-explained till the very last fifteen minutes when there is a hint of some emotions flowing and you just feel for the hero, else it becomes duller and more predictable.
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Genre Adventure, Comedy, Romance
Director Qasim Ali Mureed
Actors Iman Ali, Feroze Khan, Urwa Hocane
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