Eid Ul Fitr 2023 is shaping up to be a film release circus indeed more than that of 2022. Five flicks have been locked for sanctioned release, with a rumour that one or two further may be on the cards. plutocrat Back Guarantee The biggest Eid- ul- Fitr release of 2023 is the multi-starter “ plutocrat Back
”. Written and directed by funnyman Faisal Qureshi, the film is a pinch escapade which seems to parody not just the popular “ plutocrat pinch ”, but also the kidney of pinch pictures itself. Starring Fawad Khan, Waseem Akram and Shaniera Akram, John Rambo, Mani, Javed Sheikh and numerous, and numerous others, the film looks like it could troll in 50 crores fluently.
“ Huey Tum Ajnabee ” is directed by expert film star Kamran Shahid and grounded on true events girding the 1971 Pakistani civil war which redounded in the creation of Bangladesh. The film stars Samina Peerzada as Indira Gandhi, Adnan Jilani as Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, and Mehmood Aslam as Sheikh Mujib Ur Rehman. It also stars Shafqat Cheema, Sadia Khan, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Shamoon Abbasi, Ayesha Omar, Alyy Khan and Sohail Ahmed.
“ Daadal ” is the rearmost film in Abu Aleeha’s formerly long filmography. It stars Sony Hussyn, Shamoon Abbasi, and Mohsin Abbas Haider among others. The film’s teaser provides casts into the gang and police conflict and presents Sonya Hussyn in a veritably different icon, cankering the heroine commonplace lime Abu Aleeha had formerly done with Ayesha Omar in “ Javed Iqbal ”. Knowing Abu Aleeha’s track record, the film will more than make its budget back and may indeed be a megahit at the box office.
“ Dorr ” is a vengeance film evocative of both the 70s low-budget Hollywood films as well as the 90s Bollywood masala flicks. It’s about a hubby delivering his woman
from a bunch of mugs, plain and simple. It’s a veritably visceral subject which may well connect to the cult if done right. Directed by Nadeem Cheema, the film stars Asad Mahmood, Shafqat Cheema, Saleem Meiraj and Aslam Hassan among others.
“ Lahore Qalander ” is the biggest indigenous Punjabi release of Eid. Directed by Lollywood stager Shahid Rana and starring Saima Noor, Shafqat Cheema and others, it seems to be about a gang war. It’s anyone’s guess how this bone will fare, but it may make its budget back and also some cult connects.
With the wholeness of Eid covered by 5 original releases, there will be no deficit of choices. still, that’s not really a good thing for Pakistani cinema which remains dormant for months at a time.
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