Producers halted the making of Faysal Quraishi’s upcoming film Sorry: A Love Story

Sad ending

Faysal Quraishi is parting ways with his film Sorry, a project that took years in the making and faced a lot of friction until ultimately, it had to be shelved. The actor and producer released a ‘first and last look’ for them in the form of a teaser as a ‘parting gift’. He shared the teaser and wrote, "Presenting the first and last look of Sorry: A Love Story, produced by FQ films and SJ films, directed by Sohail Javed, producer Faysal Quraishi and written by Asma Nabeelan and Sohail Javed." The entire teaser consisted of scenic visuals and dramatic dialogues. Quraishi posted a video with Sohail Javed to announce the closure of the film, "It is a very painful news that we are officially shelving Sorry, we are discontinuing it." The actor said there were many reasons for this. "Though many friends supported me, there were others whose words and actions had an impact and stopped us for a while. Then Covid hit [and] after that there were other issues. Additionally, keeping in mind the state of our industry today, we realised it's better to shelf it. I would like to apologise to my fans for disappointing them, I am extremely sorry," he said.