Due to the fact that the majority of movies are released during the two days of Eid, Eid ul Fitr is one of the busiest seasons for the Pakistani film industry and its devoted viewers. We have a few intriguing regional films opening this year, as we do every year.
There is a lot to look forward to onscreen this Eid, including romance, adventure, hilarious heists, and even local Punjabi tadka.
Huey Tum Ajnabi:
The current theme that screenwriters have started investigating is the tale of the war of 1971. Following Nabeel Qureshi’s contemporary interpretation in Khel Khel Mein, another director, Kamran Shahid, is currently releasing a film, Huey Tum Ajnabi, based on the same sequence of events.
The movie, which stars Mikaal Zulfiqar and Sadia Khan in the key roles, is about a passionate love affair that occurs during the war. Some of the other actors who appear in it are Sohail Ahmed, Mehmood Aslam, Shafqat Cheema, Samina Pirzada, Ayesha Umer, Shamoon Abbasi, and Alyy Khan.
The protagonist of Nadeem Cheema’s action-packed romance drama Dorr saves his ladylove from cruel men. The film is chock-full of violence, gunfire, and battle sequences in addition to love ballads.
The movie stars Asad Mahmood, Shafqat Cheema, Saleem Meraj, Aslam Hassan, Waseem Ali, Rashid Mahmood, Sardar Kamal, Azhar Rangeela, Ch Shahbaz, Arooj Chaudhry, Hafsa Rajput, Sidra Noor, Kamran Mujahid, Imran Ahmed, Ameer Ali, Ali Khan, Faiz Chuhan and Achi Khan.
Abu Aleeha is known for consistently providing entertaining stories to viewers. He has announced several movies over the years, starring big names from the industry with exciting and distinctive storylines.
Another movie added to the list is Daadal, which is a story about a fierce woman played by Sonya Hussayn, who is seen killing a gang of rich men involved in horrible things. She is chased by an inspector, played by Mohsin Abbas Haider, who later teams up with her against evildoers.
The movie also stars Shamoon Abbasi, Maira Khan, Rizwan Jaffri, and Adnan Shah Tipu in pivotal roles.
There will be a few single-screen Punjabi movies releasing this Eid, however, the only big-budget one is Lahore Qalandar, which brings the old standard Punjabi-style story with a lot of raunchy action. Directed by Shahid Rana, it stars Saima Noor, along with Banto Butt, Shafqat Cheema and Shehryar Cheema.
Money Back Guarantee:
The much-awaited Money Back Guarantee has garnered loads of excitement due to its star-studded cast, including Fawad Khan, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Ayesha Omar and Gohar Rasheed. It also serves as the big screen debut of cricketing legend Wasim Akram and his wife Shaneira Akram.
Directed by the multitalented Faisal Qureshi, who has written and starred in many iconic commercials, entertainment programmes, and music videos, the movie has an action-comedy storyline revolving around a money heist. The movie was supposed to be released last year, however, it was pushed forward and is now set to release on Eidul Fitr.