Stay at Home & Watch these best Pakistani Movies

This time Eid-ul-Fitr has come in the country on the occasion when a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane coming from Lahore to Karachi crashed on the population near Jinnah International Airport two days ago. The plane was carrying 99 people, 97 of whom died, while two miraculously survived and are now out of danger.

Similarly, before the tragic plane crash, the Corona epidemic had spread in Pakistan like in other countries of the world, to avoid which the government had imposed a partial lockdown.

The country has had a partial lockdown since mid-March, which was further eased due to the month of Ramadan in mid-May, but where transportation is banned, entertainment venues across the country remain closed. Recreational places across the country have also been closed.

On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr after the passage of Ramadan, the government had appealed to the people to refrain from going out on the occasion of Eid and to stay at home as a precautionary measure.

Since public markets, parks, shopping plazas, and cinemas are also closed outside, the government had suggested the public have online entertainment at home, and in this news we are telling the movie fans the names of some such Pakistani movies. They will be able to have some fun on the occasion of Eid.

The Pakistani films are available on various web streaming websites such as Netflix and YouTube and can be viewed with the family.

Jawani Phir Nai Aani – Series

So far only two films of this film series by director Nadeem Baig and writer Wasi Chaudhry have come out and both have proved to be very popular films.

Jawani Phir Nai Aani’s first film was released in 2015, which starred Wase Chaudhry, Humayun Saeed, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Ahmed Ali Butt, Ayesha Khan, Sarwat Gilani, Azmi Khan and Mahesh Hayat among others.

The second film of the same series was released in 2018 in which Fahad Mustafa replaced Hamza Ali Abbasi while Mehwish Hayat and Ayesha Khan were replaced by Kubra Khan and Mawra Hocane.

Na Maloom Afraad – Series

The first film of the romantic comedy film series Na Maloom Afraad was released in 2014, which gained immense popularity, followed by its second film released in 2017.

In the first film, Fahad Mustafa, Javed Sheikh, Urwa Hussain, Kubra Khan and Mohsin Abbas Haider showed the essence of acting, while in the second film, Haniya Aamir was cast in place of Kubra Khan, and the rest of the cast was almost the same.

Wrong No – Series

The first film of this comedy film series of filmmaker Yasir Nawaz was released in 2015, in which Danish Taimor, Sohai Ali Abro, Javed Sheikh, Janita Asma showed the essence of acting.

After the success of the first film, the second film of the series came out in 2019 in which Danish was replaced by Sami Khan and Sohai Ali Abro was replaced by Neelam Munir and at the same time, Sana Fakhir was cast in the new film instead of Janita Asma.

Manto

Filmmaker Sarmad Khost’s film was released in 2015, the strongest aspect of the film was the direction of the film, which is 100 percent deserving of Sarmad Khost. The filming of the scenes, the composition of the characters, their sequence, the use of colors, the editing, the electrical and sound effects made the story of the film inspiring, with a lot to hide.

Bin Roye

Momina Duraid’s film Bin Roye is based on a play of the same name. The film proved to be so interesting that even men can watch it with women. Bin Roye was like Karan Johar’s films: Shafiq Dadi, Happy Parents, Strong Family Values, Interesting Scenes from US Tours and Designer Costumes, but despite its flaws, Hum TV Productions Won and proved to be one of the most successful films of the year.

Karachi to Lahore

Filmmaker Wajahat Rauf’s first film as a director from Karachi to Lahore was very popular among the audience, this film was released in 2015.

Actor in Law

Released on the occasion of Eid in 2016, the film ‘Actor in Law’ won the hearts of Pakistani fans in a wonderful way. Apart from Bollywood actor Om Puri, Pakistani actors Fahad Mustafa and Mehwish Hayat played the lead roles in this film.

The story of the film ‘Actor in Law’ revolves around a character who wanted to become an actor, but when he did not get the opportunity, he started winning the case by acting as a lawyer in the court instead of his lawyer father.

Mah-e-Meer

Director Anjum Shehzad’s film “Mah-e-Meer” was also nominated for a nomination at the next Oscar Awards, in which Fahad Mustafa played the lead role while Iman Ali appeared as the lead actress of the film. The film Mah-e-Meer tells the story of a young man’s attachment to Urdu poet Mir Taqi Mir. The story of the film was written by Sarmad Sehbai.

Yalgaar

The story of ‘Yalgaar’ revolves around the military operation in the Para Chinar area of Swat and the real heroes fighting the militants. Actors Shaan and Adnan Siddiqui appeared as SSG commandos in the film. The director of the film is Hussain Rana who has already proved his mettle by producing a successful film like War.

Punjab Nai Jaungi

Punjab Nai Jaungi ‘was released in 2017, it was the highest-grossing Pakistani film of the year. The film stars Humayun Saeed, Mehwish Hayat, and Urwa Hussain in the lead roles. The story of the film was based on the life and marriage of an educated liberal girl (Mehwish Hayat) and a rural boy from Punjab (Humayun Saeed).

Rangreza

Actors Bilal Ashraf, Gohar Rashid, and Urva Hussain’s film ‘Rangreza’ was released in the last week of the last month of 2017, which impressed the audience. In ‘Rangreza’, Bilal Ashraf played the role of a rock star, who has many fans, but Reshmi (Urva Hussain) is not impressed by him at all, after which his romantic story begins. Other cast members of the film included Akbar Sobhani, Saleem Meraj, Tanveer Jamal, and Shahid Naqvi.

Load Wedding

Director Nabil Qureshi and producer Fiza Ali Mirza’s film ‘Load Wedding’ was released in 2018, in which Fahad Mustafa and Mehwish Hayat played the lead roles. Load Wedding is another great film by Nabil Qureshi, in which the cast won the hearts of the people with their brilliant performances.

The story of this film is based on a boy who loved someone but could not marry his sister before he got married. As usual, Nabil Qureshi also tried to give a social message to the people regarding marriage in this film.

Teefa in Trouble

The film ‘Teefa In Trouble’ was the debut film of Pakistani actor and singer Ali Zafar in his own country. There were many expectations and Ali Zafar lived up to those expectations. Along with Ali Zafar, Maya Ali played the lead role in Teefa In Trouble.

Cake

The film became famous not only in Pakistan but all over the world. The story of the movie Cake revolves around a family, which seems to be surrounded by many small conflicts, however, due to the emotional, comedy and romantic scenes included in the movie, this movie was considered unique from other movies. The cast of the film included Sanam Saeed, Mohammad Ahmed, Faris Khalid, Beau Zafar, Hira Hussain, and Amna Sheikh.

Parwaaz Ha Junoon

Emotions like romance, comedy, and patriotism were portrayed in the film ‘Parvaaz Hai Junoon’ and that is why a large number of Pakistani viewers went to see the film in cinemas.

In the cast of the film, Haniya Aamir, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Ahad Raza Mir played the lead roles, the acting of the actors was highly appreciated, while the story was also much liked.

Parchi

It is rare to see a woman in action in a film, however, the director of the film received a lot of praise by presenting actress Hareem Farooq in a stronger role than other actors in the film. In this film, Hareem Farooq surprised the people with his unique style, however, many viewers also expected him to perform better.

 

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One thought on “Stay at Home & Watch these best Pakistani Movies

  • October 20, 2020 at 3:17 am
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    Missed some of these, but definitely going to watch them soon.

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