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Pakistan film industry

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Humaira Khan

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Pakistan film industry

  1. 1. Pakistan gained independence in 1947. In the divide of lot of talents, skilled workers. Still had 5 studios in Lahore & Karachi ,Also include in Dhaka(in East Pakistan)Made film in Urdu the national language but also in dialect in Punjabi(Largest),Pashto & Bengali(smallest), Sindhi & Balochi.
  2. 2.  The golden era of Pakistan cinema was the period which spanned the decades of the 60s and 70s, although a number of good movies had already been produced in Lahore studios during the second half of the 50s.  More than 200 films per year  Consequently, senior film-makers (directors and composers including) went into voluntary exile and the industry was taken over by those rich people who invested money for purposes other than artistic ends.
  3. 3. “ARMAAN, BANDISH, SHAHEED, BAJI, KOEL, AMRAO JAAN, ADAAND BAHARO PHOOL BARSAO” is considered to be the most successful films made during this golden age of the Pakistani cinema.
  4. 4. It was during this time that legends like MEHDI HASAN, SALIM RAZA, AHMAD RUSHDI, NOOR JAHAN, SANTOOSH KUMAR, DARPAN, MUNAWAR ZAREEF, ASLAM PERVEZ, SYED KAMAL, NAYYAR SULTANA, NEELO, WAHEED MURAD, MOHAMMAD ALI, NADEEM, SABIHA KHANUM, SHAMIM ARA and many others became household names.
  5. 5.  Lack of Government Support  The loss of East Pakistan territory  The inception of television  Mids-Seventies brings VCR and film privacy.  1977,Islamic laws introduced, cinemas closed and entertainment taxes imposed.
  6. 6.  The first Pakistani film Teri Yaad was released in 1948, which was indeed the first joint effort of Pakistani artists, which was successful.  Do Ansoo(1950) became the first film in Pakistan to enjoy a 25- week run at the box office, eventually achieving a silver jubilee status.  The early days of Pakistani cinema also witnessed the directorial debut of its first woman film director in the legendary singer and actress Noor Jahan(1951).  In 1979 Punjabi cult classic MUALA JATT.  Punjabi films overshadow Urdu cinema.
  7. 7.  Pakistan's first Oscar submission was Jago Hua Swera (The Day Shall Dawn, 1959).  The movie was filmed in Dhaka, East Pakistan (contemporary Bangladesh) by the East Pakistan Film Development Corporation.  The film’s storyline was about the daily lives of the fishermen of East Pakistan and won a major award at the Moscow International Film Festival.
  8. 8.  In 2007 largest budget film “KHUDA KAY LIYE” a controversial film that addressed fundamentalism, war on terror, forced marriage and other issues from block buster film in Pakistan and is shown in India (after a short decade ban).  Shoaib Mansoor, a Pakistani Director & Producer.  BOL film that addressed “A female convict on death row, her last wish is to tell her story to the media”.  Both movie were the highest grossing titles in Pakistan at the time of their release. A handful of good quality movie have also originated from the local industry, such as KHUDA KAY LIYE
  9. 9. The first Oscar winner from Pakistan is Mir Zafar Ali who won this award in 2008. The flimmaker Sharmeen Obaid- Chinoy, won the Oscar for the best short documentary for their film “Saving Face ”. The Pakistan Film ZINDA BHAAG, it won three awards in three categories — Best Film Award, Best Actor Award and Best Music Award.
  10. 10. Pakistani feature film, Lamha (also known as Seedlings) won the Best Feature Film Award at the DC South Asian Film Festival – where it was the only Pakistani film to be aired. Lamha has also won two awards at the New York City International Film Festival – the Best Feature Film (Audience Choice) and Best Actress in a Lead Role award, which went to Aamina Sheikh.
  11. 11.  The movie WAAR is an assortment of Patriotism and action.  With the budget of 2 million US$ “WAAR - The movie” becomes the most expensive movie in 65 years history of Pakistan film Industry.  The astounding first few days’ box office of the film Waar – it grossed over 7.1 crores in the first five days alone, breaking all previous records.
  12. 12.  The movie “Operation 021” revolves around national agencies and multinational companies vying for their share of Afghan mineral resources. The comedy-thriller, Nabeel Qureshi’s ‘Na Maloom Afraad’ hit the cinemas with big bang. Both the Pakistani Flicks made up to grossing 5.5 million on the first day.
  13. 13. When Pakistan Film Industry considered to be the most successful films made during this golden age of the Pakistani cinema. Another’s, Pakistan Film Industry Facing more Collapse & downfall in the past But After a long time Pakistan film industry started a new session of entertainment By a new stories lines. The new talented is grow up now by a face of new generation giving new ideas of making a films. In Pakistan a few years is more increase in the success of industry. Pakistani directors put those stories or issues who surrounding our society. I hope that, after a years’ Pakistan Film Industry(Lollywood) is more developed & raised a more talent.

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