The second half of 2015 has proved a promising period for Pakistani Urdu cinema. Six major films are released in July and August, and three of these have been successful still running in the cinemas.
The films released in July and August are
1- Bin Roye (Released on 18th July)
2- Wrong No. (Released on 18th July)
3- Karachi Se Lahore (Released on 31st July)
4- Moor (Released on 14th August)
5- Dekh Magar Pyar Se (Released on 14th August)
6- Shah (Released on 14th August)
Bin Roye, Wrong No. and Karachi Se Lahore are the successful films. Both Bin Roye and Wrong No. have revenue collections surpassing 10 crores PKR (100 million Pakistani Rupees), where Wrong No. is leading the race with a business of more than 14 crores. Bin Roye has collected about 11 crore. Karachi Se Lahore has so far collected more than 8 crores and is on its way to cross 10 crore benchmark.
The other three films Moor, Shah, Dekh Magar Pyar Se, though not as much successful have still managed to collect more than 1 crore, which shows the films received a satisfactory reception as majority of this amount is collected during the opening week. Especially DMPS despite being a huge disappointment collected more than 2 crores within two weeks.