Download waar 2012 pakistani movie free download
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22-09-2012, 08:17 #1
Barfi! (2012) (Hindi) 1CD DvDScr x264 AAC Pakistani Bacha [ExDR]
Size: 730490211 bytes (696.65 MiB), duration: 02:23:54, avg.bitrate: 677 kb/s
Audio: aac, 48000 Hz, stereo (hin)
Video: h264, yuv420p, 720x304, 23.98 fps(r) (eng)
Genre: Drama | Mystery | Thriller
Plot: Three young people learn that love can neither be defined nor contained by society's norms of normal and abnormal.
20-07-2012, 08:13 #2
VA - Waar is Da Feestje Hier is Da Feestje Volume 4 (2012)
3CDs | Release: 2012 | Label: EMI | MP3 VBR kbps | 375 MB
Genre: Pop, Dance
20-07-2012, 09:28 #3
Movie Speak - How to Talk Like You Belong on a Movie Set
2009 | 224 Pages | ISBN: 0761143599 | EPUB | 4 MB
After the United States successfully mounted a covert mission to eliminate America’s number one terrorist target, celebration turned to mounting questions. How did the terrorist mastermind elude capture for nearly a decade, only to be discovered hiding in plain sight just yards away from Pakistan’s most prestigious military academy? Peter Bergen, the famed journalist and author on Islamist terrorism who also produced bin Laden’s first television interview, obtains rare access to interview former CIA agents, Navy SEAL operatives and a Black Hawk pilot who reveal how the U.S. gathered the intelligence needed to pull off the surprise attack. He’ll talk to White House and Pakistani intelligence officials as well as neighbors of the Pakistani compound and eyewitnesses to the raid.
National Geographic | 351 MiB | 44mn | bit rate : 1 096 Kbps | XVID | 624 x 352 | 29.970 fps
20-07-2012, 04:21 #10
BBC - Secret Pakistan 2of2 Backlash (2011) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
00:59:01 | 832x468 | x264 - 1250Kbps | 25.000fps | AAC - 128Kbps | 619MB
Part 2 reveals how Britain and America discovered compelling evidence that Pakistan was secretly helping the Taliban and concluded they had been double-crossed. It tells the story of how under President Obama the US has waged a secret war against Pakistan. Taliban commanders tell the film makers that to this day Pakistan shelters and arms them, and helps them kill Western troops - indeed one recently captured suicide bomber alleges he was trained by Pakistani intelligence. Chillingly, the film also reveals that, based on some evidence, Pakistani intelligence stands accused of sabotaging possible peace talks. Pakistan denies these charges, but relations between Pakistan and America now verge on hostility.