3 Bahadur – Pakistan’s First Urdu Animated Feature Film


Armed with courage and super powers, twelve-year-old Saadi, Amna and Kamil set out on an epic journey to save their town from the evils that plague it.

3 Bahadur promises to be Pakistan’s first animated feature film by Waadi Animations and ARY Films!



3 Bahadur, Pakistan’s first urdu animated movie venture of Waadi Films and ARY Films is ready to be released in 22 May, 2015.

3 Bahadur is a quintessential Pakistani story – replete with unlikely heroes, menacing villains, fumbling thugs, dark horses, moments of triumph and bouts of despair.

Packed with action, comedy and heart-rendering moments, the film is set to redirect the trajectory of animated content by prioritizing storytelling, nuanced visuals and detailed driven animation.

Announced earlier this year during ARY Films Award 2014, 3 Bahadur will be Pakistan’s first animated full-length super hero film that aims to empower and motivate today’s youth through dynamic 3D animation and an engaging story telling format.

Based in a fictional town in Pakistan, Twelve year old Amna, Saadi and Kamil set out to save their community from the many evils that plague it. The film is a journey of fighting back, taking charge, and finding support and love in the most improbable of places.

Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy will be taking on the role of the Chief Executive of Waadi Animations, heading the overall creative spectrum of the different projects pursued by the company. ARY Films will be extending its expertise in the areas of marketing, distribution and production as well.

Speaking about Waadi Animations, Film and TV Director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy said,

“We have such a talented group of animators in Pakistan; I am excited to share their creativity with the rest of the world! This partnership will allow us to create animated super heroes and heroines that will no doubt make us laugh and cry and most importantly entertain us all. We all have an inner child and at Waadi animations we will endeavor to always nurture the imaginations of that child!”








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