Oversized red terry cloth t-shirt with hand distressed, raw edges at the collar. A handwoven patch on the back showcases the 1953 Pakistani film – “Shehri Babu”. Shehri Babu was the first Punjabi language film to screen in Pakistan, and was met with such critical claim that is said to have the paved the way for Pakistan’s still rich and ever expanding Punjabi filmscape. The film’s iconic sound track, still referenced today, was created by famed music composer Rashid Attre and songstress Zubaida Khanum.
260 gsm heavyweight terry
Raw edges at sleeves and hem
80/20 cotton poly ratio
Slightly oversized silhouette
Washing/handling: hand wash with cold water and hang to dry
Rastah monogram on front in white color
Male model wearing medium 5'10
Female model wearing small 5'5
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