About – Streets The Final Chapter is an upcoming Pakistani movie directed by Haseeb Khan. The movie stars Randeep Hooda & Hina Khawaja Bayat.
|Film STREETS THE FINAL CHAPTER 2022|
|Film Name||STREETS THE FINAL CHAPTER|
|Release Date||25 December 2022|
|Written By||Humair Chaudhary|
|Directed By||Haseeb Khan|
|Lead Cast||Randeep Hooda & Hina Khawaja Bayat|
Hina Khawaja Bayat
Genre – Action
Date of Initial Release – 25th December 2022
OTT Release Date – TBA
Storyline – The conflict between these two brothers is at the centre of the plot, but things take an unexpected turn when they both discover that there is another person responsible for all of the hardships that they have experienced throughout their lives.
Shooting Places – Karachi, Pakistan
OTT Platform – TBA
Production Company – Ay Films & ZEE Entertainment Enterprises
Directed By – Haseeb Khan is credited with directing the film
Writer – Humair Chaudhary
Budget – TBA
About – (Hina Khawaja Bayat) Hina is of Kashmiri ancestry but currently resides in Karachi. After completing her primary and secondary education at a convent, she went on to pursue a degree in Liberal Arts at St. Joseph’s College in Karachi, where she received her diploma. Prior to beginning her career in acting, Hina attended Pakistan Design Institute to earn a degree in product design.
Roger Dawood Bayat is Hina’s husband. Hina is a married woman. He is a prominent corporate figure in an international conglomerate that has its headquarters in Dubai. The seasoned actress attributes much of her success to her mother and husband Dawood, both of whom have been tremendous sources of support for her throughout her acting career.
Bayat is also an advocate for human rights, and she has a goal of educating young people and women about their capacity to fight for the rights to which they are entitled. It was on the chat shows “Andaaz Apna Apna” and “Baatein Mulakaatein” where she made her first appearance.
Her rise to prominence began when she began appearing on talk shows such as “Geo Hina Ke Saath” and “Uljhan Suljhan,” on which she helped individuals with their problems on a more personal level through live phone conversations.