Ever since the revival of Pakistani cinema a decade or so ago, the country has seen a healthy and massive rise in the numbers of films being produced. From comedy to animation, there’s something for everyone, and truly the box office numbers are proving that!
There’s been competition and there’s been rivalry, but in the end, it all comes down to the figures which prove who are the true rulers of the silver screen.
So, who’s made it big as the top-grossing films in Pakistan? Diva explores…
Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2 – PKR 70 Crore
At the pinnacle is none other than Nadeem Baig’s Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2 starring an ensemble cast of Humayun Saeed, Kubra Khan, Fahad Mustafa, Mawra Hocane, Vasay Chaudry, Sawrat Gilani, Ahmed Ali Butt, and Uzma Khan with PKR 70 Crore!
Punjab Nahi Jaungi – PKR 51 Crore
Another Humayun Saeed starrer, Nadeem Baig’s Punjab Nahi Jaungi starring Mehwish Hayat and Urwa Hocane alongside the actor stands at number two with PKR 51 Crore.
Teefa in Trouble – PKR 50 Crore
Despite all the controversies looming, Ali Zafar and Maya starrer, Teefa in Trouble stands at number three with PKR 50 Crore.
Jawani Phir Nahi Ani – PKR 49 Crore
The first of the franchise, Jawani Phir Nahi Ani stands at number four with a collection of PKR 49 Crore.
Parwaaz Hai Junoon – PKR 43 Crore
The air force drama film, Parwaaz Hai Junoon garnered a massive collection and stands at number five with PKR 43 Crore.
Bin Roye – PKR 40 Crore
Mahira Khan and Humayun Saeed major blockbuster, Bin Roye stands at a strong number six with PKR 40 Crore.
Waar – PKR 36 Crore
Shaan Shahid’s action-packed Waar stands at number seven with PKR 36 Crore.
Wrong No – PKR 30.2 Crore
The Danish Taimoor and Sohai Ali Abro comedy made it big and stands at number eight with PKR 30.2 Crore.
Actor in Law – PKR 30 Crore
Nabeel Qureshi’s mega-blockbuster starring Om Puri, Mehwish Hayat, and Fahad Mustafa, Actor in Law is at number nine with PKR 30 Crore.
Janaan – PKR 30 Crore
With a fresh cast, Azfar Jafri’s Janaan stands at number ten with PKR 30 Crore.
Superstar – PKR 27 Crore
This year’s biggest hit, Bilal Ashraf and Mahira Khan’s Superstar stands at number eleven with PKR 27 Crore.
Parey Hut Love – PKR 26 Crore
Asim Raza’s big hit of 2019, Parey Hut Love made it big at number twelve with PKR 26 Crore.
The Donkey King – PKR 25 Crore
Pakistan’s only animated film to make it to the list, The Donkey King enjoys a position at number thirteen with PKR 25 Crore.
Wrong No 2 – PKR 21.6 Crore
The second instalment to the franchise, Wrong No 2 stands at number fourteen with PKR 21.6 Crore.
Ho Mann Jahaan – PKR 21.5 Crore
Asim Raza’s debut film, Ho Mann Jahaan made it big in 2016 and today stands at PKR 21.5 Crore.
Lahore Se Aagey – PKR 21 Crore
The Saba Qamar and Yasir Hussain starrer and second instalment to Karachi Se Lahore series, the film stands at number sixteen with PKR 21 Crore.
Na Maloom Afraad 2 – PKR 21 Crore
Nabeel Qureshi’s Na Maloom Afraad series is quite a popular narrative and its second part enjoys a good position in the list at number seventeen with PKR 21 Crore.
Yalhghaar – PKR 20 Crore
A film packed with armed forces action, Yalghaar stands at eighteen with a PKR 20 Crore collection.
Choorian – PKR 20 Crore
A number that was unheard of back then, Syed Noor’s Choorian made it big for Lollywood and today stands at nineteen with PKR 20 Crore.
Chhalawa – PKR 19 Crore
At number twenty, Wajahat Rauf’s 2019 comedy, Chhalawa stands with a collection of PKR 19 Crore.
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