Gluco Allahyar Takes Us On An Unforgettable Adventurous Ride
Allahyar musters his strength and courage to embark on an adventure for the greater good and with Peek Freans Gluco fueling his energy, he is unstoppable. Produced by 3rd World Studios and directed by Uzair Zaheer Khan, the film aims to educate children and instill values such as protecting the environment, standing up for your right, being brave and never giving up. The movie depicts what it is like to be a Gluco Kid.
The ace team behind the upcoming animation includes Ali Noor, Ali Rehman Khan, Hareem Farooq, Arshad Mehmood, Nadia Jamil, Amjad Chaudhry, Ahmed Ali, Anum Zaidi, Arieb Azhar, Azfar Jafri and Natasha Humera Ejaz.
The action-packed trailer that has a catchy beat to it unfolds a world of adventure with Allahyar and friends dancing and singing along the forest while they come across wild animals and exotic birds. The element of adventure is prevalent through the trailer and gives us a feel of what the animated film has in store for us. Other than the adventure of a young boy playing around in a forest surrounded by endangered species, the trailer also shows the beautiful scenery of Pakistan and also the culture and traditions that hit straight home!
The film that has garnered a lot of interest with its trailers, promos and songs teaches children that adventure is a key part of growing up. While keeping you strong and distracted, it also teaches you quite a bit, for instance, to get through life it is important to be brave and be willing to take certain risks and face challenges. It is important to stand up and feel responsible towards the environment, it is every citizens duty and more importantly all the future generations to preserve Pakistan's beautiful yet limited wildlife and the ecosystem.
Keeping up with the values of Peek Freans Gluco that speaks to children who are brave, energetic and believe in standing up for the right, Allahyar is successfully able to reflect these, tying in the brand and movie well. Gluco's tagline of 'strong bano, smart bano' mirrors the moral of the movie.