The Pakistani film industry is growing now year on year. After the massive success of Waar, Pakistani films have been doing well financially. Though the number of releases and hits needs to increase in order to make this industry commercially viable but despite Covid, people are working hard and trying to elevate the industry as a whole. Last year saw the big release and mega success of The Legend of Maula Jatt. London nahi Jaunga and quaid e Azam zindabad also did well. Eids are two occasions filmmakers are always looking forward to and this Eid ul Fitr also saw the release of multistarrer Money back Guarantee that has done well. Now Eid ul Adha is upon us and new films are ready to be released in Pakistani cinemas.
Here are the five films that will be releasing in cinemas this Eid ul Adha:
1. Teri Meri Kahaniyaan:
Teri Meri kahaniyan is an anthology starring stars like Mehwish Hayat, Wahaj Ali, Ramsha Khan, Hira Mani, Mani, Sheheryar Munawar, Zahid Ahmed and amna Ilyas. This will be a first of its kind experiment for Pakistani cinemas and let’s see how it works out.
Babylicious stars Syra Yousuf and Shahroz Sabzwari. The film was shot before the couple got divorced and has been delayed several times since then. It is a romantic comedy and let’s see how it does as it comes out this Eid ul adha.
3. Allahyaar And The 100 Flowers Of God:
Allahyaar and the Legend of Markhor is possibly the most successful franchise in the country as the animated film is all set to get its third instalment out and children as usual are looking forward to it.
4. Once Upon A Time In Karachi:
A crime thriller, Madaari has some new faces and some old faces and it can be a treat for all those loving the crime genre. Madaari will also release in cinemas this Eid ul Adha.
VIP is a comic political drama that will be introducing some new talent in the industry. The poster released gives very Donkey King vibes. Let’s see how the film fares.
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