5 Pakistani Films to check out on Eid-al Adha

To coincide with Eid-al Adha, there are Pakistani theatrical releases. Here are five to check out this holiday.

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Let him take you on an enthralling adventure

Pakistani cinema is making a comeback with its releases during Eid-al Adha.

Eid is a time for celebration, especially among family.

And one family activity to enjoy is going to the cinema, where films have been released to coincide with the occasion.

There is a variety of new releases, boasting different storylines and genres.

This means there is something for everyone.

Here are five Pakistani films releasing on Eid-al Adha.

Allahyar and the 100 Flowers of God


This 3D animation is the sequel to the 2018 release Allahyar and the Legend of Markhor.

The movie is based on the subject of climate change and explores the relevance of trees and forests in order for a greener future.

Allahyar is a young boy who comes from the northern areas of Pakistan.

Let him take you on an enthralling adventure as he sets out on a mission to free his father from robots.

This movie boasts a range of stars who lend their voices, including the likes of Humayun Saeed, Ali Zafar, Iqra Aziz and Bushra Ansari.

Teri Meri Kahaniyaan


Teri Meri Kahaniyaan is an anthology film that explores the field of romance.

The film is directed by a number of directors, including Nadeem Baig, Nabeel Qureshi and Marina Khan.

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, Vasay Chauhdry, Ali Abbas Naqvi and Basit Naqvi all come together to write the screenplay.

The film consists of three storylines, titled Aik Sau Taeeswan, Jin Mahal and Pasoori.

Audiences can expect to see an interesting blend of genres which will include horror and comedy.

The directors of the movie have ensured that they take their audiences on a fascinating journey by bringing together three categorical films and merging them into one pictorial experience.

Some of the stars in Teri Meri Kahaniyaan include Wahaj Ali, Mehwish Hayat, Ramsha Khan and Sheheryar Munawar.



Babylicious promises to take its audience on an extravagant and glamorous journey during Eid-al Adha.

Essa Khan has directed and co-produced this movie, which stars real-life former couple Shahroz Sabzwari and Syra Yousuf.

The film is a mix of emotions which focuses on college students who boast about their status with their fancy cars, branded possessions and luxurious weddings.

Babylicious touches on ‘old school’ romance, guaranteed to take viewers on an emotional journey of feeling both happy and sad in this eagerly anticipated release.

The film has been shot in various locations over a period of five years, including Karachi, Nawabshah and Bahrain.



Madaari is a powerful crime drama set in Karachi in 2008.

The film is based on disagreements within the justice system in a never before seen experience in Pakistani cinema.

The film is about Haris (Ibad Alam Sher), a passionate teenager who finds himself in his uncle’s shadow after his father is brutally murdered because of a political clash.

Viewers will join the protagonist on his journey of vengeance and quest for a better life where he faces life-changing decisions along the way.

The movie is an independent film which highlights the pliancy and struggles of individuals with its captivating description.

It stars Paras Masroor, Hammad Siddiq, Ahmer Hussain and Tanveer Gill.



VIP highlights social issues in a light-hearted comedic way.

It showcases the day-to-day struggles faced by the common man, a subject that viewers can relate to.

Released to coincide with Eid-al Adha, Rana Kamran makes his directorial debut with this project and promises to deliver a family-friendly entertainer.

VIP is set to be a mesmerising adventure for its audience with its breathtaking performances, and a special little surprise thrown in for the younger audience, an experience not to be missed.

The movie stars Zach and Nimra Shahid, Mohammad Ehteshamuddin, Saleem Mairaj, Saife Hassan, Gul-e-Rana and Danish Nawaz.

With these top releases, movie buffs are encouraged to make a trip to their local cinemas and indulge in cinematic experiences complete with magic, emotions and entertainment this Eid-al Adha.

Sana is from a law background who's pursuing her love of writing. She likes reading, music, cooking and making her own jam. Her motto is: "Taking the second step is always less scarier than taking the first."

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