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Actor in Law is a 2016 Pakistani socio-comedy film directed by Nabeel Qureshi, co-written and produced by Fizza Ali Meerza along with Mehdi Ali. The film was released on Eid-ul-Adha 2016.[2][3] by Urdu 1 Pictures. The film stars Fahad Mustafa and Mehwish Hayat in lead roles.[4] It also stars veteran Indian actor Om Puri in his first Pakistani film, who died on 6 January 2017 suffering Cardiac arrest. On 19 April 2017, it received the Best Film award at the 16th Lux Style Awards.[5]




Actor In Law [2016 -320Kbps]



Fahad Mustafa stars as an up-and-coming lawyer who employs theatrics and over-the-top one-liners in the courtroom. He aspires to become an actor, something which is met with disapproval from his father. His world is turned upside down when he is faced with a case that shakes the foundation of the country and threatens his career and family. Will he be able to use his theatricality and knowledge of the law to ensure justice?


The film is directed by Nabeel Qureshi and produced by Fizza Ali Meerza and Mehdi Ali, making it their second project after Na Maloom Afraad. The details about the film were unveiled by Nabeel Qureshi and Fizza Ali Meerza at a press conference in Karachi on 9 January 2016. The press conference was also attended by Fahad Mustafa, Mehwish Hayat, Alyy Khan and Indian veteran actor Om Puri, who made his Lollywood debut.[6][7][4] The producer Fizza also revealed that the film stars Fahad Mustafa and Mehwish Hayat in lead roles.[4] The cast also includes Alyy Khan, Saife Hassan, Saleem Mairaj, Saboor Ali, Anoushay Abbasi and Ahson Talish in important roles. Humayun Saeed, Mahira Khan, Nayyar Ejaz, Talat Hussain, Rehan Sheikh, and Rashid Khawaja all made special appearance in the film.[8] Om Puri told that he signed the film because the script is different and unique. He also told the title Actor in Law is suggested by him. "I didn't know this team personally when I was approached for the film. But I was aware of the fact that Pakistani films have improved a lot." said Puri.[9] The director Nabeel Qureshi said that this film is a different story just like Na Maloom Afraad. "Rather than telling jokes, I enjoy telling stories. And audiences can expect the same with Actor in Law as well since it has a very unique story," said Qureshi.[10] Cinematography was done by Rana Kamran. It was distributed locally and internationally by Urdu 1 Pictures. It was the first film distribution by Urdu 1. The film was released on the occasion of Eid al-Adha in mid 2016.[11]


Title poster of film was released in February 2016 while the first look poster was revealed on 24 June 2016 via social media.[13][14] Director claimed that, Indian actor Om Puri will also come to Pakistan for the promotional purpose of his debut Pakistani film.[15] On 28 June 2016, the trailer launch event was held in PC Hotel, Karachi where character posters were also unveiled. According to the Pakistani box office reports, the lollywood movie Actor in Law collected over 100 million in just 5 days in Pakistan which is the second best performance by a Pakistani movie after Jawani Phir Nahi Ani.[16]


Actor in Law opened to full houses on 13 September 2016. The film managed to exceed expectations and mint Rs. 16 million on its first day. Numbers continued to grow on 14 September and the film minted Rs. 23.5 million on its second day.[22] Film managed to register mark of Rs. 57.4 million at the end of its first weekend.[23] On 16 September 2016, Urdu 1 pictures announced that the film had collected a total of Rs. 60 million over the 3-day Eid Holiday.[24] By 18 September 2016, the film had grossed Rs. 100 million, domestically.[25] On 25 September 2016, Urdu 1 Pictures announced the film had grossed Rs. 180 million worldwide.[citation needed]


Shaan Mirza (Fahad Mustafa) is a law college dropout and an aspiring, struggling actor in the family that has a lawyer patriarch, Rafaqat Mirza (Om Puri); not any successful one though, but someone who wears his honesty like a shining armour.


This FRA contribution to the second Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights presents evidence of the diverse threats encountered by journalists and media actors in the EU; outlines the legal and policy frameworks relevant to ensuring their safety; and scrutinises particular issues encountered by women, who are often targeted because of their gender. Highlighting that safety is a serious concern even within the EU, this FRA paper underlines that there is no room for complacency when it comes to protecting freedom of expression.


Some of these actors have stayed on the show for decades, like Mariska Hargitay, Christopher Meloni, and Ice T, while others only appear for a season or two. Some even return in guest appearances after their departure.


Today, Ice-T continues to play Tutuola on "SVU," who has been promoted to sergeant. Beyond the show, the actor has co-starred in E! Network's reality series "Ice Loves Coco" with his wife, Coco Austin. The series lasted three seasons and ended in 2013.


Known for being a stage actor, Raúl Esparza joined the cast of "SVU" in its 14th season, playing the first male assistant district attorney. His character, Rafael Barba, is often been portrayed as ruthless and no-nonsense, but he becomes a confidante of Olivia Benson's in later seasons.


LAHORE: The legendary Indian actor Om Puri, who visted Pakistan some time ago to promote his film Actor-in-Law, alongside Fahad Mustafa and Mehwish Hayat, spoke exclusively to The Nation about his expectations from the film, his stay in the country and about his co-star Fahad Mustafa. Fahad is as good as any Bollywood actor. He is very intelligent and knows how to act out a particular scene. I am sure he will give our Khans a tough time should he decide to sign a Bollywood film, he said.


Most clinical information is digitized, accessible, and shareable thanks to several technology and policy advances making interoperable, electronic health record systems widely available. In 2016, the 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act) made sharing electronic health information the expected norm in health care by authorizing the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to identify "reasonable and necessary activities that do not constitute information blocking." ONC's 2020 Cures Act Final Rule established information blocking exceptions to implement the law.


Information blocking is a practice by an "actor" that is likely to interfere with the access, exchange, or use of electronic health information (EHI), except as required by law or specified in an information blocking exception. The Cures Act applied the law to healthcare providers, health IT developers of certified health IT, and health information exchanges (HIEs)/health information networks (HINs).


It is also important to note that the Cures Act established two different "knowledge" standards for actors' practices within the statute's definition of "information blocking." In particular, for health IT developers of certified health IT, as well as HIEs/HINs, the law applies the standard of whether they know, or should know, that a practice is likely to interfere with the access, exchange, or use of EHI. For healthcare providers, the law applies the standard of whether they know that the practice is unreasonable and is likely to interfere with the access, exchange, or use of EHI.


ONC has authority to review claims of possible information blocking against health IT developers of certified health IT that may constitute a non-conformity under the ONC Health IT Certification Program. Separately, the HHS OIG has authority to investigate claims of possible information blocking across all types of actors: health care providers, health information networks and health information exchanges, and health IT developers of certified health IT.


The human rights of communities in many resource-rich, weak governance States are adversely affected, not only by the acts of States and their agents, but also by powerful non-State actors. Contemporary phenomena such as globalisation, privatisation and the proliferation of internal armed conflict have all contributed to the increasing public influence of these entities and the correlative decline in State power.


This book responds to the persistent challenges stemming from non-State actors linked to extractive industries. In light of the intersecting roles of multinational enterprises and non-State armed groups in this context, these actors are adopted as the primary analytical vehicles. The operations of these entities highlight the practical flaws of existing accountability regimes and permit an exploration of the theoretical challenges that preclude their direct legal regulation at the international level. Drawing insights from discursive democracy, compliance theories and the Pure Theory of Law, the book establishes a conceptual foundation for the creation of binding international obligations addressing non-State actors. Responding to the recent calls for a binding business and human rights treaty at the UN Human Rights Council, and the growing influence of armed non-State actors, the book makes a timely contribution to debates surrounding the direction of future developments in the field of international human rights law.


Actor In Law is an upcoming Urdu film. The shooting of Actor In Law commenced in start of this 2016 and completed as per schedule. The film will be released on upcoming Eidul Azhad,on 12th or 13th September 2016.


Film: Actor In LawStarring:Fahad Mustafa,Mehwish Hayat,Alyy Khan,Om Puri,Saboor Ali,Irfan Motiwala,Rehan Sheikh,Lubna Aslam,Saleem Mairaj,Saife Hassan,Rashid KhawajaWritten by:Fizza Ali MeerzaDirected by:Nabeel QureshiProduced by:Fizza Ali Meerza, Mehdi AliMusic by:Shani ArshadCinematography:Rana KamranProduction company: Filmwala PicturesDistributed by: Urdu 1Release Date: Eidul Azha on 12th or 13th September 2016


The defense counsel is a paramount actor in modem criminal trials, but this was not always the case. Indeed, the allowance of counsel to felony defendants can be traced to only a few hundred years ago, a relatively modem innovation in the area of legal history. This Essay examines the intellectual origins of the right to counsel, which it situates in the era of the English Revolution. Drawing on pamphlet literature, cases, and statutes from the seventeenth century in both England and North America, it argues that the right originated from a fear of unfairness brought on by a mistrust of the law among puritan reformers who worried that without the guiding hand of counsel, defendants would be wrongly convicted. The right to assistance of counsel is found in nascent form in the Body of Liberties of Massachusetts Bay, which is the first Anglo-American legal code to remove the prohibition on defense counsel. Although initially opposed by the colony's leaders, the code reflected their desire to reform the common law and their attempt to blend religious law with English law. The intellectual origin of the right to counsel thus also represents the transatlantic circulation of legal ideas.


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