1. Thora Jee Le
Thora Jee Le is an everyday story of seven close friends, and their transition from college life, to startup professionals and maturing as responsible adults. The movie is a fitting tribute to friendship and how relationships change with time. Thora Jee Le is produced by Mahtab Akbar Rashdi and directed by Rafay Rashdi, and is set to release nationwide on 20th January 2017. We want to watch this movie with our friends and indulge in fondest memories of the time spent together. The movie features young, up-and-coming stars Rizwan Ali Jaffri, Bilal Abbas, Ramsha Khan, Fatima Shah Jillani, Ahsan Moshin Ikram, Kasim Khan and Salman Faisal.
2. Chalay Thay Saath
This movie stars Pakistani sweetheart Syra Shahroz and Chinese actor Kent S Leung, shot in captivating locations of Pakistan. Just by looking at the trailer one just can’t help planning the next excursion with friends to the picturesque locales. Chalay Thay Saath is a light-hearted family extravaganza that revolves around family values, friends, trust and love. The cast includes Osama Tahir, Zhalay Sarhadi, Behroze Sabzwari, Mansha Pasha, Faris Khalid, Shamim Halai besides the leading pair.
3. Balu Mahi
With Pakistan’s newest heartthrob after Fawad Khan, Osman Khalid Butt as the leading man is swooning two gorgeous girls Ainy Jaffri and Sadaf Kanwal. Do we still need to give you reasons to watch this visual treat? Balu Mahi is filled with comedy of errors situations that is going to tickle your funny bone. The film teasers are already making rounds on social media. This romantic comedy is directed by Haissam Hussain and produced by Sadia Jabbar. Releasing on February 10, mark your calendars and fall in love with Balu Mahi just before Valentines.
4. Maula Jatt 2
Talking about visual treats, how about romancing with the coolest possible Maula Jatt of 70s cult classic, starring Sultan Rahi with his thunderous voice and huge presence. The sequel, Maula Jatt 2 offers not one but two Pakistani heartthrobs Fawad Khan and Hamza Ali Abbasi in pivotal roles. Wouldn’t it be fun to see the sophisticated duo wearing shiny silk kurtas, sporting unmatched moustache and shouting their lungs out? Full of hilarious emotional situations popular of that era, we just can’t wait to watch Bilal Lashari take on a yesteryear classic.
Movies are not always about fun, lighthearted banter, they can have emotions that will make you all teary eyed and want you to grab the nearest tissue box. Yalghaar is one such movie, an epic big budgeted, war film drama with strong story and powerful cast. The movie is said to be a tribute to the students of Peshawar Army Public School that were attacked and killed by terrorists in 2014. Yalghaar, wants you to be even more protective of your loved ones and make you do anything possible to keep them safe and secured. The start cast includes Shaan Shahid, Humayun Saeed, Adnan Siddiqui, Ayesha Omer, Gohar Rasheed, Armeena Khan, Ayub Khoso, Bilal Ashraf, Sikandar Rizvi, and Hassan Rana in the lead roles.