The Power of Pakistani Cinematic gets unleashed

The Power of Pakistani Cinematic gets unleashed


This Eid-ul-Azha, Pakistani cinema is set to dazzle movie enthusiasts with a diverse range of films, promising an immersive cinematic experience. From gripping crime dramas to hilarious comedies and heartwarming family stories, there’s something for everyone on the big screen. 

One highly anticipated film is “Allahyar and the 100 Flowers of God,” Pakistan’s first stereoscopic 3D animated movie. This visually stunning sequel to the critically acclaimed “Allahyar and the Legend of Markhor” (2018) delves into themes of environmental conservation, climate change, and renewable energy. The narrative revolves around Allahyar, a young boy on a mission to rescue his father from merciless wood-poaching robots. With a star-studded voiceover cast including Humayun Saeed, Ali Zafar, Iqra Aziz, and Bushra Ansari, this film promises a thrilling adventure.

“Teri Meri Kahaniyaan” offers a unique cinematic experience as a multi-director anthology film centered around romance. Directed by Nadeem Baig, Nabeel Qureshi, and Marina Khan, this anthology weaves together three distinct storylines titled “Aik Sau Taeeswan,” “Jin Mahal,” and “Pasoori.” The film encompasses a blend of genres, including horror and comedy, and features an ensemble cast comprising Wahaj Ali, Mehwish Hayat, and Sheheryar Munawar.

For those seeking a gripping tale of revenge and justice, “Madaari” presents a compelling narrative set in the backdrop of Karachi’s politics in 2008. Directed and co-written by Seraj Us Salikin, this film showcases the corrupt and unjust aspects of society. With a cast predominantly composed of theater actors, including Ibad Alam Sher, Paras Masroor, Hammad Siddiq, Ahmer Hussain, and Tanveer Gill, “Madaari” provides a bold and realistic portrayal of the dark side of politics.

Adding a touch of light-heartedness to the Eid celebrations, “VIP” is a delightful comedy that humorously addresses the everyday challenges faced by ordinary people. Directed by Rana Kamran, this film marks his directorial debut and offers a captivating story, captivating visuals, and melodious music. Starring Zach and Namra Shahid as an endearing couple, alongside accomplished actors like Mohammed Ehteshamuddin, Saleem Mairaj, Saife Hassan, Gul e Rana, and Danish Nawaz, “VIP” guarantees a fun-filled family entertainer. With a lineup of diverse and engaging films, Pakistani cinema is all set to provide a memorable Eid-ul-Azha experience for movie lovers.

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