Pakistani cinema is back with a bang with the newest releases this Eid-ul-Fitr. If you have to wonder about your Eid plans then you have one thing to add to your Eid bucket list. With a variety of exciting releases, the movies releasing this year have everything from romance to drama to thrill and action. So, be sure to check out these movies in cinemas near you.

1. Money Back Guarantee

Waseem Akram and his wife, Sheinera Akram, are making their big-screen debut alongside the stellar cast including Fawad Khan, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Ayesha Omar, and Gohar Rasheed. Money Back Guarantee is one of the highly anticipated action movies with a comedic storyline about a heist.


2. Lahore Qalandar 

A few single-screen Punjabi films will be released this Eid ul Fitr, but only the high-budget Lahore Qalandar follows the typical Punjabi-style plot and features explicit action. Saima Noor plays the lead in the Shahid Rana-directed movie alongside Banto Butt, Shafqat Cheema, and Shehryar Cheema.

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3. Daadal

The main character of Daadal is a fierce and resolute woman named Sonya Hussayn who defeats a gang of powerful and evil men. She eventually teams up with the inspector. The role is portrayed by Mohsin Abbas Haider, to fight evil powers while being followed by him. Shamoon Abbasi, Maira Khan, Rizwan Jaffri, and Adnan Shah Tipu all have key roles in the movie.

4. Dorr

Dorr is a revenge movie that is reminiscent of both the low-budget Hollywood movies from the 1970s and the Bollywood masala movies from the 1990s. Simply put, it’s about a husband saving his wife from a gang of criminals.

5. Huey Tum Ajnabi

Veteran actor Kamran Shahid’s film “Huey Tum Ajnabee” is based on actual events surrounding the 1971 Pakistani civil war, which led to the establishment of Bangladesh. Samina Peerzada portrays Indira Gandhi in the movie, and Adnan Jilani portrays Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Mehmood Aslam plays Sheikh Mujib Ur Rehman. Meanwhile, Ayesha Omar, Alyy Khan, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Shamoon Abbasi, Shafqat Cheema, Sadia Khan, and Sohail Ahmed are also among the cast of the film.

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