With social distancing and self-quarantine becoming a reality in Pakistan, it’s the best time to just stay at home instead of heading out for anything and to just keep yourself busy.
So, what’s the best thing to do when you’re at home? Binge watch, of course! And what better than some Pakistani’s movies, right?
Exploring ten such Pakistani films you can now binge watch, Diva gives you the lowdown…
A thriller which is nothing short of a visual magnum opus, Laal Kabootar, starring Mansha Pasha and Ahmed Ali Akbar is definitely a watch that’s going to keep you at the edge of your seat!
A sobfest to watch with the family, nothing gets the emotions rolling as Cake does! Starring an ensemble cast featuring Aamina Sheikh, Sanam Saeed, Adnan Malik, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Beo Rana Zafar and Muhammad Ahmed, it definitely is a film you should be rewatching!
Teefa in Trouble
One of Ali Zafar and Maya Ali’s best films, Teefa in Trouble is a rollercoaster of emotions as it goes from comedy and action to romance and drama! We can’t help but binge on this!
Chalay Thay Saath
A film that takes you on an emotional adventure to the Northern Areas of Pakistan, Chalay Thay Saath is a film you should be watching to remind you about how blessed Pakistan is! Plus, watching a cast featuring Syra Yousaf, Kent S Leung, Mansha Pasha, Faris Khalid, Osama Tahir and Zhalay Sarhadi is never a bad thing!
Ho Mann Jahaan
A musical delight, Asim Raza’s Ho Mann Jahaan definitely is a film you should be rewatching for the sake of Mahira Khan, Sheheryar Munawar and Adeel Husain! It’s dramatic, it’s colourful and it’s a good film to pass time with!
A film that is the epitome of an amazingly done female-centric narrative, Sohai Ali Abro’s Motorcycle Girl is one for the history books. If you still haven’t seen it, do yourself a favour and watch it now!
A film for those who love Pakistani classics, Aina is one of the best films featuring Shabnam and Nadeem Baig together! It will surely make you super emotional and believe us, make you fall in love with Lollywood once again.
Featuring Pakistan’s favourite chocolate hero, Waheed Murad alongside Zeba, Armaan is one film everyone could sit and bond over! It’s a delight to watch and definitely one of the best Pakistani films ever made.
A film that surely is underrated and could definitely be rewatched and given another chance, Fahad Mustafa and Iman Aly’s Mah-e-Mir is as poetic as it gets. Based on a reimagining of Mir Taqi Mir’s words, the film is definitely one creative piece.
One of the few late-Lollywood era narratives that made people fall in love with it, Saima’s Choorian is definitely one for the cinema buff. The story and the songs are a delight to watch and it surely deserves your rewatch!
Which film do you want to rewatch? Tell us in the comment section below.