Most Important Films to Look Forward in 2016

The year 2016 would introduce some new faces and outstanding movies for cinemagoers in Pakistan. Pakistan Film Industry has become successful to establish their name again after three decades. Though, it is a long span but people are quite glad with such revival of Pakistani cinema. Amazing scripts, appealing songs and outstanding acting of the artists have won hearts of many viewers. This year, there are numerous films to hit the screens.

Ho Mann Jahaan

The beginning of year gave us Blockbuster Hit Film ‘Ho Mann Jahan’. It was a superb start of the year with this movie. Many other films are standing in the queue and going to be released on different dates. Few of them are Janaan, Quetta, Dobara Phir Se, Maalik, 3 Bahadur 2, Bachaana, Revenge of the Worthless, Yalghaar and Mah-e-Meer. By the names, it seems like 2016 would bring more improvements in films than previous year.

Humayun Saeed

Another movie that would be part of 2016’s films list is Hijrat. The film is based on the story of Afghan Refugees. Another big project starrer Humayun Saeed, Saba Qamar and Sohai Ali Abro would be Kambakht. Arth, Gidh, Tum Hi Tou Ho, Sikandar, Mausam, Maula Jatt 2, Sayyan, Miss You Hamesha, Dobara Phir Se, Ishq 2020, Kaptaan, Sawaal 700 Crore Dollar Ka and DeoSai. Such a long list of upcoming Pakistani Movies would definitely make people confused about what to watch and what not. These movies would bring a great combination of old and new actors for the viewers. This year would definitely set more records in terms of many things in industry.

The standard of Pakistani movies can be analyzed by the statement of Priyanka Chopra who showed interest to work in Lollywood. She isn’t only a popular Bollywood actress but also made mark in Hollywood. The few upcoming years would bring lots of great news for the viewers and actors of Lollywood. The patience of viewers has been over because plenty of movies are standing in a queue for 2016. Some expert analysts of Entertainment industry have predicted a bright future of Pakistani cinema within a decade.

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