3 Bahadur: The Revenge of Baba Balaam is a Pakistani 3D computer-animated family film directed by Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy. It is second instalment in the franchise 3 Bahadur. Plot 3 children now have a task of defeating baba balam who is rising again 3 Bahadur was a very special project because it inculcated a sense of pride and ownership in Pakistani children. Now, with 3 Bahadur Part 2, Saadi, Kamil and Amna inspire bravery and fearlessness in every child across the country.
Urdu ٣ بہادر: بابا بالام کا انتقام
Directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Produced by Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy, Salman Iqbal, Jerjees Seja
Starring Zuhab Khan, Hanzala Shahid, Arisha Razi
Production company: Waadi Animations
Distributed by: ARY Films
Release date: December 15, 2016 (Pakistan)
Box office ₨ 6.75 crore
Fahim Khan as Baba Balaam
Zuhab Khan as Saadi
Hanzala Shahid as Kamil
Arisha Razi as Amna
Behroze Sabzwari as Deenu
Ahmed Ali Butt as Gola
Ali Gul Pir as Teeli/Lolly
Fahad Mustafa as Imran
Mustafa Changazi as Tony
Sarwat Gilani as Saadi's mother
Zeba Shehnaz as Parrot
Bassam Shazli as Pateeli/Chatpa
Hammad Siddiq as Ghutka/ Shikra
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