Mobilink and Box Office Launch "Fast & Furious-4"

vin-diesel-and-paul-walker-fast-and-furiousMobilink today announced the launch of the latest blockbuster of 2009 “Fast and the Furious-4” in collaboration with Box Office, Pakistan’s leading distributor of international movies.

Bilal Munir Sheikh, Vice President Marketing, Mobilink Pakistan stated, “Recreational avenues are known to have a positive impact on social health. Keeping this in mind, Mobilink started a series of quality movie releases almost three years ago and has already released several blockbuster super-hits. Our latest offering is Fast and Furious-4 which is a sensational experience for those who have a penchant for action and love to watch heart pounding racing.”

The film is the latest installment of the nine year old, “Fast and Furious” movie franchise and reunites Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster, the original four famous faces of The Fast and the Furious (2001). Directed by the famous Justin Lin, the movie series has become a global sensation due to its cinematography and daredevil stunts.

According to Maria Lotia, General Manager, Box Office, “It’s always a pleasure to partner with Mobilink and with our continued interest in reviving movies, this time we have brought a hi-octane, action packed entertainer that will add to the movie-going experience for families in Pakistan. The movie will be screened from 10th April in select cinemas in Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Gujranwala and Rawalpindi.”.

During recent years, cinema culture has seen an upward trend in Pakistan, with more and more families relying on this form of entertainment. As a patron of arts and culture, Mobilink has successfully launched some of the greatest hits like “Casino Royale, Spiderman 3, Mission Impossible 3, The Incredible Hulk, Kung Fu Panda, Indiana Jones, Wanted and The Mummy in association with Box Office.

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