List of Pakistani films of 2011

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This is the list of Lollywood films released in 2011. 2010 was the worst-ever year in the history of Pakistan film industry as seven films were released, out of which only one, the Punjabi movie Wohti Le Key Jani Aay by veteran director Syed Noor, was declared successful, with a business of almost Rs 8 million in just two days.

After last year, fans of Pakistani cinema got their first Urdu language film, Khamosh Raho, starring Juggan Kazim and Shaan Shahid, directed by Altaf Hussain, but it was a disaster on big screen and became a flop. Later, on June 24, 2011, Shoaib Mansoor released his second film as a director, Bol starring Atif Aslam, Humaima Abbasi, Mahira Khan and Iman Ali in lead roles. The film broke all previous records and became the highest-grossing movie of Pakistani cinema.

While Bol was getting outstanding acclaim and success, two more Urdu language movies, Love Mein Ghum and Bhai Log, were released. Both the films were the Eid gift for the whole nation. Both movies were welcomed warmly by Pakisani audience, but on some days Bhai Log showed much better result than Love Mein Ghum.

In Punjabi language, only four films were released, including Jugni, Daane Pe Daana, Ek or Ghazi and Thakar 420. Jugni was Super Hit among all these. Daane Pe Daana and Thakar 420 were declared hit while Ek or Ghazi was an average performer on the silver screen.

Top Grossing Movies of 2011[edit]

Film Release Genre Budget
Bol June 24, 2011 Drama/Romance

85 million

Bhai Log August 31, 2011 Action/Romance ₨ 70 million
Love Mein Ghum August 31, 2011 Romance ₨ 120 million

Urdu Films[edit]

Below is the list of both scheduled and unscheduled upcoming Urdu Pakistani Movies. 'Scheduled Movies' are those whose release dates or expected months are announced, whereas 'Unscheduled Movies' are those whose release dates are not announced yet.

Scheduled Urdu Films[edit]

Title Genre Release Date Director Cast
Khamosh Raho Drama/Romance 10 June 2011 Altaf Hussain Shaan Shahid, Juggan Kazim
Love Mein Gum Drama/Romance/Comedy 31 August 2011 Reema Khan Moammar Rana, Reema Khan, Nadeem Baig, Javed Sheikh, Afzal Khan (Jaan Rambo), Nabeel Khan, Araida Corbol and Johnny Lever
Bhai Log Action/Romance 31 August 2011 Syed Faisal Bukhari Nadeem Baig, Javed Sheikh, Moammar Rana, Saima Noor, Babar Ali, Meera Rubab, Shamoon Abbasi, Noor Bukhari and Babrik Shah
Son of Pakistan Action/Drama December 16, 2011 Jarrar Rizvi Shamil Khan, Babar Ali, Babrik Shah, Meera Rubab, Sana Nawaz

Closed/Banned/On hold Urdu Films[edit]

Title Cast Status
Freedom Sound Adeel Hussain, Mehreen Raheel and Raza Hyder On hold/Release date not announced
Daag Humayun Saeed On hold
Chup Shaan Shahid, Juggan Kazim, Vaneeza Ahmad, Resham On hold
Devdas Nadeem Shah, Meera Rubab, Zara Sheikh Release date not announced
Slackistan Shahbaz Shigri, Aisha Akhtar, Ali Rehman Khan and Shahana Khalid Banned for Cinema release by Censor Board
The Victim Humayun Saeed, Meera Rubab Closed[1]

Punjabi Films[edit]

Below is the list of both scheduled and unscheduled upcoming Punjabi Pakistani Movies. 'Scheduled Movies' are those whose release dates or expected months are announced, whereas 'Unscheduled Movies' are those whose release dates are not announced yet.

Scheduled Punjabi Films[edit]

Title Genre Release Date Director Cast
Ek or Ghazi Action/Drama March–June Syed Noor
Jugni Action/Romance 31 August 2011 Syed Noor Shaan Shahid, Saima Noor, Moammar Rana and Arif Lohar
dane pe dana drama/Action November syed Noor saima Noor, Moammar Rana

See also[edit]

Movie : Kafira (2011) Language : Punjabi Releasing : Eid-ul-Azha Starcast : Sajjad Ahmed Warriach, Legendary Shahid Hameed, Shafqat Cheema and Akram Udasm Sobiyah

Director : Saleem Murad Written by Saleem Murad Producer : Dr. Sajjad Ahmad Warraich Production : Inqalaab Production

First Punjabi Movie of Pakistan having Visual Effects. Kafra Shot on HD Camera

Assistant Director:Naghman Saleem Kafira is a Liberal Love Story Edited by: Naghman Saleem and Zeeshan Amjad

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