Top 12 Pakistani Movies On Netflix That You Should Watch in 2019 - Netflix TV Shows Release Dates, Cast, Spoilers and Much More

Top 12 Pakistani Movies On Netflix That You Should Watch in 2019

Top 12 Pakistani Movies On Netflix That You Should Watch in 2019

Pinky Memsaab:

Pinky Memsaab is a 2018 Urdu-language Pakistani drama film. The film stars Hajra Yamin, Kiran Malik, Adnan Jaffar, Sunny Hinduja, Khalid Ahmed and Shamim Hilaly. It was distributed by Eveready Pictures on 7 December 2018. Wikipedia
Initial release: December 7, 2018
Release date: 7 December 2018
Distributed by: Eveready Pictures
Nominations: Lux Style Award for Best Film Actress - Viewer's Choice, Lux Style Award for Best Film Actress - Critics Choice

Producers: Raza Namazi, Fahad Shaikh, Umr Khan, Yusuf Ali Khan (Courtesy Wikipedia)


After 11 years in Canada, young Meena returns to her native Pakistan for a family wedding and becomes romantically entangled with an adopted cousin.
Initial release: September 8, 2016 (Oman)
Director: Azfar Jafri
Producers: Hareem Farooq, Reham Khan, Imran Raza Kazmi

"Janaan" is the 10th-highest-grossing Pakistani film worldwide. (Courtesy Wikipedia)


Ho Mann Jahaan is a 2016 Pakistani coming-of-age drama film, written and directed by Asim Raza at his directorial debut. The screenplay was written by Rashna Abdi, Imtisal Abbasi and Asim Raza, while dialogues were written by Asim Raza, Imtisal Abbasi, Rashna Abdi and Yasir Hussain. Wikipedia
Release date: December 28, 2015 (Lahore)
Director: Asim Raza
Box office: Rs 16.25 crore (Domestic) Rs 22.50 crore (Worldwide)

Producers: Sheheryar Munawar, Asim Raza
(Courtesy Wikipedia)


7 Din Mohabbat In is a 2018 Pakistani romantic comedy film with fantasy elements. It was directed by Meenu–Farjad under Matteela Films. Written by Fasih Bari Khan, the film features Mahira Khan and Sheheryar Munawar in lead roles and also stars Amna Ilyas, Mira Sethi, Hina Dilpazeer and Javed Sheikh. Wikipedia
Release date: June 16, 2018 (Pakistan)
Directors: Meenu Gaur, Farjad Nabi
Urdu: سات دن محبت اِن

Box office: ₨ 13 crore (Worldwide)
(Courtesy Wikipedia)


DescriptionA story of a middle class guy, passionate about becoming an actor and prove his worthiness to his family. Ditching a job interview as a favor from a father to his son, the story leads to new endeavors.
Release date: July 18, 2015 (Pakistan)
Director: Yasir Nawaz
"Wrong No." is the eighth-highest-grossing Pakistani film worldwide. (Courtesy Wikipedia)


When a young man crashes the wrong wedding, the bride seizes the opportunity and together they make a run for it.
Release date: February 10, 2017 (Pakistan)
Director: Haissam Hussain
Urdu: بالو ماہی
Box office: ₨ 3 crore (Courtesy Wikipedia)


The efforts of the Pakistani security forces in their fight against terrorism and how the lives of security officials are affected.

Release date: October 16, 2013 (Pakistan)
Director: Bilal Lashari
Budget: 170 million PKR
Box office: 346.5 million PKR
"Waar" is the seventh-highest-grossing Pakistani film worldwide.(Courtesy Wikipedia)


Conflict arises when, Reshmi, a young woman who has been engaged since childhood to her cousin, is courted by a famous pop star.
Release date: December 21, 2017 (Pakistan)
Director: Amir Mohiuddin
Urdu: رنگریزا
Box office: est. ₨ 2.5 crore(Courtesy Wikipedia)


A railway stationmaster tries to cope with his wife's death, his estrangement from his son and the corrupt world in which he lives.

Release date: August 14, 2015 (Pakistan)
Director: Jami
Nominations: Lux Style Award for Best Film Actor - Viewer's Choice, MORE
Producers: Jami, Nadeem Mandviwalla, Ali Nazira
(Courtesy Wikipedia)


Two men only have 21 hours to stop a war between Afghanistan and Pakistan. An Afghan militant steals a microchip containing the names of people who want to exploit Afghanistan's mineral reserves.
Initial release: October 6, 2014
Directors: Summer Nicks, Jami
Box office: 59.2 million INR (US$0.59 million)
Music composed by: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Alfonso González Aguilar (Courtesy Wikipedia)


In the mountains of Pakistan, villagers hunt a mother, son and daughter after they flee on the eve of the girl's marriage to a tribal leader.
Release date: September 18, 2014 (Pakistan)
Director: Afia Nathaniel
Screenplay: Afia Nathaniel
Languages: Urdu, Pashto (Courtesy Wikipedia)

Chupan Chupai:

Inept kidnappers need both luck and logic to stay one step ahead of the determined cop who is hot on their trail, but are laughably lacking both.
Release date: December 29, 2017 (Pakistan)
Director: Mohsin Ali
Urdu: چھپن چھپائی

Budget: 4.00 crore (Courtesy Wikipedia)

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