I agree with you totally. The day I booked my car I made up my mind to go for Yokohama or any other imported brand, but when the car arrived I didn't change them just to check EuroStars and to my surprise, the are pretty reasonable. Yes if you brake hard under some circumstances like slippery road, mud, gravel etc then may be other tyres won't skid or ABS will not engage but in these EuroStars the ABS is engaged at the last moment not that serious.
Now the real game changer imo was the moment when I came to Mzd, road was really pathetic, mud, rain, potholes throughout the journey and EuroStars performed like a champ. Hands down!
I think that their only drawback is 'Made in Pakistan' label.
PS: I'm not saying that EuroStars are better from others, my point of view is simple; spending 35-40k for slightly better handling, little low road noise and a bit better grip is not worth it.
For average and below average roads in Pakistan, EuroStar does the job fine.