Pakistan’s reviving film industry has produced many hits in the past five years that will fuel up your soul with the right amount of energy this 14th of August. Few movies will undoubtedly blend up your devoted enthusiasm while others will unquestionably give you snippets of rib-tickling parody. Independence Day is just around the corner and movie enthusiasts around the country must watch out for the epic line-up of exciting movies that we’ve arranged exclusively.
Moor is Jami’s patriotic venture released nationwide by Geo films on August 14, 2015. The Pakistani drama film is co-produced by Nazira Ali, Nadeem Mandviwalla and Jami under the production banner of Azad Film Company and Mandviwalla Entertainment.
Moor is based on a real life story which was established on the collapse of a railway system in Baluchistan. Moor is all about a village station master, who is caught in a former instant.
Cast: Samia Mumtaz, Abdul Qadir, Nayyar Ejaz, Hameed Sheikh, Ayaz Samoo, and Shaz Khan.
Revenge Of The Worthless
Revenge of the Worthless is Jamal Shah’s Pakistani action-drama film directed by Zohaib Akhtar and produced by Amna Shah under production banner Hunerkada Films.
Revenge of the worthless is a hard-hitting film that too based on real-life tragedies. The film delineates a severely distorted social account with social legacy highlighting the courageous battle of unsung heroes amid 2009 Swat Insurgency.
Cast: Jamal Shah, Firdous Jamal, Ayub Khoso, Imran Tareen, Shamil Khan, Maira Khan, and Noor Bukhari.
Shah is written and directed by Adnan Sarwar. The film’s genre is a Pakistani biographical sports film. It is produced under banner Logos Films & Media.
The storyline of the film is based on the life of a boxer, Hussain Shah, who is the only boxer in Pakistan’s history to secure an Olympic medal. He won the bronze medal at 1988 Summer Olympics.
Cast: Adnan Sarwar, Kiran Chaudhry, Sardar Baloch, Adeel Raees and Gulab Chandio.
Jinnah was directed by Jamil Dehlavi and written by Akbar S. Ahmed and Jamil Dehlavi in the year 1998. It was an epic biographical film which followed the life of the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The film has been re-released back in 2015.
Cast: Christopher Lee, Shashi Kapoor, James Fox, Maria Aitken, Richard Lintern, Shireen Shah, Indira Varma, Shakeel
Maalik is Ashir Azeem’s Political thriller released on 8th April 2016 in cinemas across Pakistan under the production banner of Media Hub.The film was banned in Pakistan for inciting violence and bias while KPK government allowed screening of Maalik in the region.
Cast: Aashir Azeem, Farhan Ali Agha, Sajid Hassan, Hassan Niazi, Sabreen Baloch, Rashid Farooqi, Marriam Ansari, Adnan Shah and Tatmain ul Qalb.
We hope these five entertainment packages are enough to keep you hooked this independence day. Let us know your favourite of these five in the comment box below.
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