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Top 10 Classic Pakistani Movies and Films

Pakistani cinema is hands down on a revival spree but ever wondered about the pre-revival years? Ahead of an unfortunate lower moving stage, our film sector has been house to a few famous films, the script used to be genuine, the performing was excellence personified while the songs is remixed until nowadays, in India and Pakistan alike.
Our movie theater has provided delivery to many outstanding skills as well and has observed them rode full of achievement like Waheed Murad, Mohammad Ali, and Zeba.

Just before the restoration of the Pakistani cinema, there were several films that you can’t view. Usually known as the ‘Best of Pakistani Cinema’, here’s a list of “Golden” films beginning from the most recent and also getting to the oldest of them.

1.Yeh Dil Aapka Hua

1.Yeh Dil Aapka HuaThe movie which produced a major total of Rs. 30 million at the Pakistani box office, is a story about a young Pakistani, living overseas, which feels unknown longing for the eastern tradition and a particular eastern lady.The movie received Eight Nigar Awards in 2002.

2. Choorian (1998)

2.Choorian (1998)Choorian is a 1998 Pakistani Punjabi-language action-romance movie directed by Syed Noor & produced by Haji Faqir Mohammad. Movie actors Moammar Rana and Saima. Choorian is Pakistan’s 2nd highest-grossing movie of all-time. The film has a easy love story. A city young man is transmitted to live together with his uncle back in the village. He shortly comes in love with his uncle;s older daughter Billo. Billo is usually a servant in her own home and does all of the duties for Bahar, her stepmother. Bahar deals with her just like a servant all over the film although her 2 daughters live such as a queen. Seems like a local Cinderella!

3. Bandish (1980)

3.Bandish (1980)Launched on November 1st, 1980, Bandish finished Eighty one continuous weeks (Platinum Jubilee screening) in the Pakistani cinema. The video also received Six Nigar awards and it was also a hit in Indonesia. The story is based on cross-border love and its particular effects.

4. Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat (1975)

4. Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat (1975)Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat, a Nigar Award Champion, is the best to-go film if you wish to see a love story that conquers all struggles and then evolves as much stronger than ever.

5. Umrao Jaan Ada (1972)

5. Umrao Jaan Ada (1972)The very super hit film dependent on an Urdu novel by Mirza Hadi Ruswa is a story of revenge, love, drama and also unwanted love. It is an all-in-one film which was famous for many years for its amazing music and also poetry.

6. Anjuman (1970)

Anjuman (1970)Anjuman, which later saw a remake in The year 2013 as well, is a Pakistani Urdu colored movie starring Waheed Murad,Santosh Kumar, Rani, Deeba, Sabiha Khanam and Lehri. The movie was released during the ‘heydays’ of Waheed Murad and have become a milestone in his career. The film was produced by Safdar Masud under the banner Perfect Films and directed by Hassan Tariq, a well-known Pakistani movie director. The film is about lost love, sacrifice, as well as tragedy. It won 8 Nigar awards.

7. Doraha (1967)

7. Doraha (1967)An Urdu black and white movie, which did not attract the viewers when it as released but gained momentum in the 1980’s and 1990’s, is usually a romantic and also melodious film. The movie was also a big hit in Dhaka as well as East Pakistan, today known as Bangladesh.

8. Insaniyat (1967)

8.Insaniyat (1967)A masterpiece by the director Shahab Kiranvi, starring Waheed Murad, Zeba, Firdous,Tariq Aziz and Nanna, the motion movie completed 3 months on Karachi;s Reevali Cinema (main cinema) and 30 weeks on different cinemas. So, the film got the status of Silver Jubilee in Karachi as well as Golden Jubilee in other cinemas of Pakistan. The movie is focused on a doctor whose love is married to a person troubled with cancer and how the medical doctors manage to save his love’s husband life.

9. Mirza Jatt (1967)

Mirza Jatt (1967)Launched on 23 November 1967, Mirza Jatt is a Pakistani Punjabi film based on the legend of Mirza Sahiban. Starring Firdous and Ejaz. Recognised for its award-winning story and melodious songs, you might like to give ‘Mirza Jatt’ an attempt!

10. Aaina (1966)

10. Aaina (1966)The classic movie which found several remakes in the future, Aaina, was made by Abdul Hameed and directed by Shabab Keranvi. The primary cast of this movie contained Deeba, Mohammad Ali, Zeenat, Kamal Irani. The film was famous for its music and poetry.

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