‘Teefa In Trouble’ Breaks All The Records At Pakistani Box Office

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The heartthrob Ali Zafar seems to have worked his magic on Pakistani Box Office as his recently released movie ‘Teefa in Trouble’ has broken all the records at Pakistani Box Office.

We must say, the performance of the movie in the domestic market has also been exemplary.

Firstly, ‘Teefa In Trouble’ garnered almost Rs 2.3 Crores on its first day while breaking all the previous records and now it has crossed the Rs 7.2 Crores on the third day of its release.

Ladies and gentlemen! ❤️🙏🤛🏻🕺🕺🕺💫🌈🌈🌈

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The movie was not even released on Eid or any special day and still, it managed to break all the records. It has given hope to filmmakers that releasing a film on a normal Friday can still be profitable!

Teefa in Trouble has become the first ever movie to do such huge business within three days of its release. It is inarguably setting benchmarks pretty difficult for others to even touch.

Come. Love. @teefaintrouble #20july

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Released on 20th July, Teefa In Trouble is the debut movie of Ali Zafar in Pakistan. He had previously worked in a handful of Bollywood films including Tere Bin Laden, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan to name a few. Teefa In Trouble also marks the debut of Maya Ali in Pakistani cinema and she hasn’t disappointed her fans.

Filled with romance, action, and comedy, the movie is a joint venture of Lightingale productions, Mandviwalla Entertainment and Geo Films.

The movie was helmed by Ahsan Rahim and the script of the movie was written by Ali Zafar and his brother Danyal Zafar in collaboration with the director.

Why does one “fall” in Love? @teefaintrouble #20July. @official_mayaali

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Apart from Ali and Maya, the cast also includes Javed Sheikh, Mehmood Aslam, Nayyar Aijaz and Simi Raheal among others.

Have you watched the movie yet? If not then what are you waiting for?

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