There are many different cultures in Pakistan. The country’s various regions each have their unique flavors and nuances. The same can be observe in their action-packed, drama-filled movies. This article will outline three of the top Pakistani Movies on Netflix. These outstanding films will leave you speechless whether you’re new to Pakistani cinema or just want to catch up.
Best Pakistani Movies on Netflix
A little getaway from Bollywood and Hollywood is what you want. The top three Pakistani movies available on Netflix this weekend are show below:
1- Teefa In Trouble
Ali Zafar and Maya Ali feature in the 2018 movie Teefa in Trouble, directed by Ahsan Rahim. The movie’s main character is Teefa, a Lahori youngster from the lower middle class who works for a local mafia. In abducting his friend’s daughter for an arranged marriage, Teefa develops feelings for her.
Director: Ahsan Rahim
Writer: Ali Zafar, Danyal Zafar, Ahsan Rahim
Cast: Ali Zafar and Maya Ali
Run Time: 2 h 35 m
Pinky Memsaab is a 2018 Pakistani drama film in Urdu that follows the lives of an unsuspecting maid, a stunning socialite, an aspirational investment banker, and a jovial driver. In the disorderly culture they inhabit, people struggle to find their identities.
Director: Shazia Ali Khan
Writer: Shazia Ali Khan and Babar Ali
Cast: Hajra Yamin, Kiran Malik, Hajra Khan, Adnan Jaffar, Sunny Hinduja
Run Time: 2 h 4 m
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3- Sitara – Let Girls Dream
Sitara is a Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy animate short film that gained considerable popularity following its debut in 2020. Pari, the film’s primary character, is a fourteen-year-old girl who aspires to be a pilot but must contend with her family’s financial difficulties and cultural prejudices as wedding preparations are made.
Director: Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Run Time: 15m
Have a fun weekend!