The Latest Trailer For Mahira Khan's Verna Just Released And It's SO MUCH Better Than You Expected

By Sarah Babar | 17 Oct, 2017

Mahira Khan has been crazy busy in her life, as of late. With her latest film coming out in exactly a month, we’re all waiting at the edge of our seats, to find out more about the film. With Shoaib Mansoor spearheading the project, Verna is all set to be absolutely crazy. Besides, she has had a great few weeks, lately.

 

We saw her be her badass self in the initial teaser for Verna

Source: Shoman Productions

 

Then we saw her looking ABSOLUTELY gorgeous in the first song from the film, with Haroon Shahid: Sambhal Sambhal Ke

Source: Shoman Productions

 

And as of this week, she’s the first and official Pakistani spokesperson for L’Oréal

Source: @siddysays / Instagram

 

Mahira has been slaying at the life game for as long as we can remember

And we just can’t seem to get enough of her

 

And nowww, the trailer for the Mahira Khan and Haroon Shahid starrer Verna is out and it looks absolutely amazing

Shoaib Mansoor has done it again! He’s got us super excited for the film. The trailer gives us two parallel storylines that are connected. It shows us politics and love. It shows us heartbreak and drama. It also shows us a complete switch in Mahira’s character. After this trailer, we DEFINITELY can’t wait for the film coming out in exactly one month.

 

What do you think about Verna’s trailer?

 


Cover image via Shoman Productions

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