Shuhrat Rahmonqulov

Shuhrat Rahmonqulov, is a former Uzbek professional footballer and coach. Rahmonqulov started playing at Navbahor Namangan in 1989 in the Soviet Second League. In 1992-1994 he played for Temiryolchi Qo'qo'n. After he moved to MHSK Tashkent, uprising club in Oliy League, he won with MHSK Tashkent Oliy League champion title in 1997 and runners-up in Uzbekistan Cup in 1995. In 1998, while playing for Navbahor he won the Uzbekistan Cup and a year he was awarded 2nd place in the Uzbekistan Footballer of the Year nomination for best player in Uzbekistan after. On 29 August 1999 in Fergana Rahmonqulov won with Navbahor Uzbekistan Super Cup in a match against 1998 champion, Pakhtakor by 4:2, he scored the first goal of Navbahor in the 20th minute. From 1992 to 2005 he scored 105 goals in League matches and 131 goals in Cup, national team and international club competitions; the last club he played for was Dinamo Samarqand in 2005. He played 18 scored 5 goals for the national team. After retiring, he started a coaching career.

In 2010, he was appointed as coach of Pakhtakor-2. Since 2013 he is the director of sporting school related to FC Pakhtakor. MHSK TashkentUzbek League: 1997 Uzbek League runner-up: 1995 Uzbek Cup runner-up: 1995Navbahor NamanganUzbek Cup: 1998 Uzbekistan Super Cup: 1999PakhtakorUzbek League runner-up: 2001 Uzbek Cup: 2001 Gennadi Krasnitsky club: 134 goals Uzbekistan Footballer of the Year 2nd place: 1999 Shuhrat Rahmonqulov at Shuhrat Rahmonqulov at

Chupan Chupai

Chupan Chupai is a 2017 Pakistani comedy thriller film, directed by Mohsin Ali. The film stars Neelam Muneer and Ali Rizvi in the lead cast, it released on 29 December 2017 under the banner of Huzu Productions, was distributed by Hum Films. The film received positive reviews at the box office and became a commercial success, it grossed 7.00 crore This movie, is a Pakistani remake of 2013 Indian Tamil language movie Soodhu Kavvum. Director Rohit Shetty has been signed to direct the Hindi remake; the film is about a comedy of trios revolving around three friends Feddy and Teli, stupid by nature and cursed by luck. Their lives take a chilling turn when they cross his alter ego, Pari. Together they knit a smart kidnapping plan to demand a huge ransom; this takes an unexpected turn when the son of a Minister ends up in their custody and the task to find the kidnappers is given to encounter specialist, Chaudhry. Babu and his gang try to stay ahead of leading from one comic satiation to another. Ahsan Khan as Babu Neelam Munir as Pari Ali Rizvi as Koki Vajdaan Shah as Teeli Zayed Sheikh as Freddy Faizan Khawaja as Babar Durrani Sakina Samo as Babar's mother Talat Hussain as Ijaz Durrani Adnan Jaffar as Chaudhry Rehan Sheikh as Khan Javed Sheikh Chupan Chupai is directed by Mohsin Ali and it is his directorial debut.

The cast of the film includes Ahsan Khan and Neelam Munir in lead roles, alongside Ali Rizvi, Rehan Sheikh, Talat Hussain, Adnan Jaffar, Faizan Khawaja, Sakina Samo and Javed Sheikh in supporting roles. The film is the debut of the actresses Samo. In an interview, Ahsan Khan said, "I read three different scripts before coming across and committing to Chupan Chupai. I enjoyed reading the script so much that i was sure I'd enjoy making the movie". Principal photography began in February 2016; the film cinematographer came from the United States to join the project. The studio for the film is Huzu Productions; the film soundtrack album was released by Hum Films on 8 December 2017. All music is composed by Soch - the Band; the trailer for the film was released on 23 November 2017. The film released across Pakistan on 29 December 2017; the film grossed ₨ 45 lakh on its opening day, made up to ₨ 1.4 crore in the first weekend, collected about ₨ 2.3 crore in its first week. The film was declared a hit at the box office.

According to The News International, Chupan Chupai has done a business of ₨ 7 crore in 25 days. Chupan Chupai had a premiere event in Karachi on Thursday, 28 December 2017, it opened to good reviews. Rahul Aijaz of The Express Tribune rated 3.25 stars out of 5 and he too praised it, "even with its loopholes, it has more than enough to keep you engaged and busy with several twists and turns." Mehreen Hasan of DAWN Images said, "These are minor gripes for an otherwise solid script that combined with powerful performances and cinematography made for a fun experience." Mohammad Kamran Jawaid of DAWN said that while "the screenplay and dialogue are all copy-pasted" from Soodhu Kavvum, a "good chunk of it is engaging within the bounds of mediocrity." Maria Shirazi of The News International praised it, "A film only works if all elements come together in unison. Chupan Chupai gets many, if not all, elements right."Manal Faheem Khan of Something Haute rated 4 out of 5 stars and praised, "We can't say what our favourite aspect of the film is because there are so many."

Arsalan Ali rated 3.5 stars out of 5, wrote to website that "Obviously, there are flaws," but "To his credit, director Mohsin Ali has done a fine job and proved that qualification does make a difference." Omair Alavi rated 3.5 stars out of 5. Zaheer Ahmed of Samaa TV rated 2.5 stars out of 5 and praised the leading cast, while said that this movie could have been better, adding that a film would be successful if more focus is given to it to make people happy. Noor Ul Ain of Youlin Magazine noted, "All in all, the good, ugly, entertaining are all parts played by men, while the women in Mohsin Ali's world are either silenced or sidelined, if not excluded." List of Pakistani films of 2017 List of Pakistani dramas Chupan Chupai on IMDb Chupan Chupai at Rotten Tomatoes Soundtrack EP on iTunes