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Jackpot (2018 film)

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Film poster
Directed byShoaib Khan
Written byBabar Kashmiri
Produced byKhurram Riaz & Shoaib Khan
StarringNoor Hassan Rizvi
Sanam Chaudhry
Javed Sheikh
Sana Fakhar
Inayat Khan
Adnan Shah Tipu
CinematographyAnubhay Bansal
Edited byImran Mushtaq
Music byNaveed Nashad
Oriental Films & Shoaib Khan Films
Distributed byOriental Entertainment
Release date
  • 6 July 2018 (2018-07-06)
Running time
150 minutes
BudgetRs. 4 crore[1]
Box officeRs. 3.25 crore[1]

Jackpot is a 2018 Pakistani romantic comedy film directed by Shoaib Khan and produced by Khurram Riaz.[2] The script was written by Babar Kashmiri, and the cinematography was done by Anubhay Bansal.[3] The film's leading cast includes Sanam Chaudhry, Noor Hassan Rizvi, Sana Fakhar, Adnan Shah Tipu, Inayat Khan and Javed Sheikh.[4][5] Celebrities, including Mehmood Aslam, Afzal Khan, Zara Sheikh, Ismail Tara and Meera made cameo appearances in the film.[6]





Cameo appearances




The film was released on 6 July 2018 but due to stiff competition from other film releases, it was pulled off cinema screens. The film was re-released in cinemas on 11 January 2019.[7][8]

Box office


The film received mixed reviews from viewers and open with very low opening collection just (0.13 crore) on its first day. The film collected (1.25 crore) in its first week. Its total box office collection was (3.25 crore) and the film was declared disaster of the year.



All music is composed by Naveed Nashad

1."Jo Jo Janta"Mubashir HassanDamia Farooq, Zain Ali, Asad Abbas, Jawed Sheikh 
2."Lovely Dovely" Naveed Nashad, Rose Mary, Javed Shaikh 
3."Shukriya" Amanat Ali, Beena Khan 
4."Hai Naya Naya" Asim Azhar, Afshan Fawad 

See also



  1. ^ a b Jackpot movie box office
  2. ^ Staff, Images (10 June 2018). "The trailer for Javed Sheikh's Jackpot is out now".
  3. ^ "Trailer of Jackpot is out". The Nation. 15 June 2018.
  4. ^ "'Jackpot' review: Just another glorified stage show". The Express Tribune. 6 July 2018. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  5. ^ "Will 'Jackpot' be a stepping stone for local cinema or the one you trip over?". The Express Tribune. 11 June 2018.
  6. ^ Haq, Irfan Ul (27 December 2016). "Javed Sheikh's 'Jackpot' will be shot on James Bond Island". Images. Retrieved 5 July 2018.
  7. ^ "Jackpot starring Javed Sheikh to be release again in January". The News International. 13 December 2018.
  8. ^ "'Jackpot' to re-release in 2019, following this year's failure". The Express Tribune. 14 December 2018.