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After lying to their parents and running off to see a rock concert, five teenagers leave their suburb neighborhood of Islamabad and travel into the wild only to have their van break down and they get set upon by not only flesh eating zombies, but a ghoulish hitchhiker, and a blood-soaked, burqa-wearing killer.
Pakistan's First Gore Film
Release Date: April 10, 2007
Runtime: 77 mins
All Genres: Horror
Languages: Urdu, English
Country: Pakistan, UK
IMDB Rating: 5.6
Buried.com Rating: 6.6 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With Z
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Kunwar Ali Roshan ...Vicky
Rooshanie Ejaz ...Ayesha
Rubya Chaudhry ...Roxy
Haider Raza ...Simon
Osman Khalid Butt ...O.J.
Najma Malik ...Bari Bua
Sultan Billa ...Baby
Salim Meraj ...Baley
Razia Malik ...Ayah
Ashfaq Bhatti ...Masih
Abida Shaheen ...Simon's Mother
Adnan Malik ...yuppy Victim
Shagufta Hamayun ...Ayesha's Mother
Mai Billi ...Billo
Daisy ...Tranny #1
Sharmilee ...Tranny #2
Zarina Bibi ...Diseased water carrier
Tariq Mehmood Virk ...Demonstration Leader
Samad Khan ...Reporter from crash site
Baba Guzlar ...Zombie
Sabir Khan ...Zombie
Zafar Khamakha ...Zombie
Mohammad Fiyaz ...Zombie
Mohammad Rafi ...Zombie
Mohammad Faisal ...Zombie
Khurram Shehzad ...Zombie
Mohammad Mumtaz ...Zombie
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- OJ: What mad dog's bitten you, hunh?
Deewana: You are on the road to Hell my children.
- In the toilet scene when Ayesha turns having changed her clothes, scribbled on the wall is a phone number 777-9311 which is a funk song by The Time, one of the Director’s favourites.
Veteran Actor Rehan who played Dracula in the Pakistani version of the Bram Stoker novel, returned to the screen after over 30 years to play the role of Deewana in Zibahkhana - Hell's Ground.
Najma Malik who plays the role of Bari Bua is the real sister of Pakistani cinema's first ever leading lady, Asha Posley.
The 1979 Punjabi Lollywood classic is paid homage to, not only with the images that appear on the van the kids use to head for the concert, but also with a sound clip of the theme from Maula Jat when you first see his image on the van.
For the role of the first victim of the dreaded, mace wielding maniac, the film makers had initially targeted Pakistani film star Moammar Rana, and then Saif Ali Khan from Bollywood, but finally settled for local Pakistani Model Adnan Malik.
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