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Yalghaar (Urdu: یلغار‎;meaning “Assault” or “Attack”) is an upcoming Pakistani war epic film by Hassan Waqas Rana. The film is produced by MindWorks Media and is based on the true story of Pakistan Army’s Swat Operation.
The film “explores what happens in the lives of those involved, including the militants and how all of them are affected at a personal level because of the ongoing operation”. It stars Shaan Shahid in the lead role, along with Humayun Saeed, Adnan Siddiqui, Ayesha Omer and Sana Bucha. It is the most expensive Pakistani movie to date. Apart from budget and extensive cast, the film features 150 written characters. On 19 December 2014 Hassan Waqas Rana revealed that this film is a tribute to slain children of the 2014 Peshawar school attack.
پاکستان کی سب سے کامیاب فلم وار کے پروڈیوسر اور رائیٹر کی جانب سے پاکستان آرمی کے ہیروز پر بھی ایک اور فلم یلغار کا زبردست ٹریلر دیکھیے !! ٹریلر اچھا ہے تو فلم بھی شاندار ہو گی !!

Based on a true story over 76 hours of a successful military operation conducted in the Parichar region of Swat district, Yalghaar goes up close to follow the lives of the young, passionate officers and soldiers whose patriotism is throbbing with every heartbeat for their country.
Shaan Shahid as Colonel Asad in Special Services Group of Pakistan Army
Humayun Saeed as Torjan, a Militant
Adnan Siddiqui[4] as Col. Imran
Mansoor Ahmed as Capt. Mansoor
Ayub Khoso as Col. Jogezai
Gohar Rasheed as Baran
Ayesha Omer as Zarmina
Hassan Waqas Rana as Maj. Gen Hassan
Armeena Khan as Jero
Sana Bucha as Sadia, a Reporter
Uzma Khan as Capt. Samia
Sikander Rizvi
Umair Jaswal as Capt. Umair
Ahmad Taha Ghani as Capt. Asif
Rehan Seerat as Capt. Adnan
Naeem-ul-Haq as Jalal Khan
Wali Yousaf as Capt. Abdullah
The movie went into production after about 3 years of extensive research. Apart from using a vast number of choppers and heavy ammunition, an artificial tunnel was dug in Karachi to replicate one found in North Waziristan.
In preparation of their roles, all actors spent time with their real-life alter egos. Humayun Saeed, who plays the role of a militant, spent days with captured militants in order to prepare for his role.
Contrary to the usual practice of casting big names and nepotism, many newcomers have been given a chance by Hassan Rana who had approached him without any reference and this was despite the fact that he has a huge amount of money at stake.