The singer Shehzad Roye joined hands with Faisal Qureshi to adapt the ’60s popular and iconic PTV show, ‘Alif Noon’
“You know how there are some things in life you feel are exactly what you’ve been waiting for? This felt like that.” Those words were spoken by Shehzad Roy as he talked about his upcoming project: a film adaptation of the 1960s television series, Alif Noon.
The lead role of the character Allan will be playing by Shehzad Roy and the role of Nanha by the comedian Faisal Qureshi.
The original “Alif Noon” is a ’60 iconic show which was started back then when the screens used to be just black and white. The show revolves around two main characters, one is Allan which was originally played by Kamal Ahmed Rizvi and the other character Nanha by Rafi Khawar.
Allan played the role of a clever business-minded person, who believed earning quick money within legal boundaries, is not possible so he gets involved in shady affairs. While on another hand, innocent Nanha dreams of earning an honest living.
Reportedly, Alif Noon will be converted into a feature film and will be released in 2019.