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List of highest-grossing Pakistani films

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Jawani Phir Nahi Ani film poster.
Jawani Phir Nahi Ani ranks as Pakistan's highest-grossing film ever, beating Waar which was released only 2 years earlier.

This list charts the most successful Pakistani films screened at cinemas in Pakistan and globally. Pakistani films generate income from several revenue streams including box office sales (admissions), theatrical exhibitions, television broadcast rights and merchandising. There is no official tracking of sales and online sources publishing data are frequently unreliable.

Global gross figures[edit]

This is the list of highest-grossing Pakistani films listed as per worldwide gross figures at the time of their release. These figures are not adjusted for ticket prices inflation.


Background color      film currently playing indicates films currently playing in theatres.

Rank Title Year Production Company/Director Language Worldwide Gross Ref.
1 Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2015 Six Sigma Plus Urdu ₨49.44 crore (US$4.94 million) [1][2]
2 Punjab Nahi Jaungi film currently playing 2017 Six Sigma Plus Urdu, Punjabi ₨47.00 crore (US$4.70 million) [3][4]
3 Bin Roye 2015 MD Films Urdu ₨40.05 crore (US$4.00 million) [5][6]
4 Waar 2013 MindWorks Media/Off Road Studios Urdu, English ₨35.00 crore (US$3.50 million) [7]
5 Wrong No. 2015 YNH Films Urdu ₨30.25 crore (US$3.02 million) [5]
6 Actor In Law 2016 Filmwala Pictures Urdu ₨30.05 crore (US$3.00 million) [8][9]
7 Janaan 2016 IRK Films Urdu, Pashto ₨30.00 crore (US$3.00 million) [1][10]
8 Khuda Kay Liye 2007 Shoman Productions Urdu, English ₨25.00 crore (US$2.50 million) [11]
9 Ho Mann Jahaan 2016 The Vision Factory Films Urdu ₨22.50 crore (US$2.25 million) [12][13]
10 Lahore Se Aagey 2016 AN Entertainment Pvt. Ltd./Showcase Films Urdu ₨21.60 crore (US$2.16 million) [1][14]
11 Na Maloom Afraad 2 2017 Filmwala Pictures/Excellency Films Urdu ₨20.00 crore (US$2.00 million) [15][16]
12 Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa 2002 Javed Sheikh Urdu ₨20.00 crore (US$2.00 million) [17][18]
13 Choorian 1998 Pak Nishan Films Punjabi ₨20.00 crore (US$2.00 million) [7]
14 Bol 2011 Shoman Productions Urdu ₨19.80 crore (US$1.98 million) [1][19]
15 Jalaibee 2015 Redrum Film/ARY Films Urdu ₨18.60 crore (US$1.76 million) [5][20]
16 Yalghaar 2017 MindWorks Media Urdu, English ₨18.00 crore (US$1.80 million) [7][21]
17 Na Maloom Afraad 2014 Filmwala Pictures Urdu ₨14.00 crore (US$1.40 million) [7]
18 Mehrunisa V Lub U 2017 YNH Films Urdu ₨12.50 crore (US$1.25 million) [7]
19 Chalay Thay Saath 2017 We Think Films/Hot Water Bottle Films Urdu ₨12.30 crore (US$1.23 million) [22]
20 Dobara Phir Se 2016 ARY Films Urdu ₨10.50 crore (US$1.05 million) [22][23]
21 Karachi Se Lahore 2015 Showcase Productions Urdu ₨10.30 crore (US$1.03 million) [11][24]
22 Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay 2016 RC Films/Kingfisher Films Urdu, English ₨10.00 crore (US$1.00 million) [22]
23 Bachaana 2016 Big Film Entertainment Urdu ₨10.00 crore (US$1.00 million) [12][25]
24 Maalik 2016 Media Hub Urdu ₨07.30 crore (US$0.73 million) [26][27]
25 3 Bahadur: The Revenge of Baba Balaam 2016 Waadi Animations Urdu ₨06.75 crore (US$0.67 million) [28]
26 3 Bahadur 2015 Waadi Animations/SOC Films/ARY Films Urdu ₨06.64 crore (US$0.66 million) [5]
27 Jeewan Hathi 2016 Matteela Films Urdu ₨06.50 crore (US$0.65 million) [22]
28 O21 2014 One Motion Pictures/Interactive Studios Urdu, English ₨05.92 crore (US$0.59 million) [29]
29 Main Hoon Shahid Afridi 2013 Six Sigma Plus Urdu, Punjabi ₨05.20 crore (US$0.52 million) [30]
30 Manto 2015 A & B Entertainment Urdu ₨05.03 crore (US$0.50 million) [5]

Highest grossing films by year of release[edit]

This is the list of highest-grossing Pakistani films by year of release. The films are listed as per their worldwide gross figures at time of release. These figures are not adjusted for ticket prices inflation.


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Year Title Production Company/Director Language Worldwide Gross Ref.
1998 Choorian Pak Nishan Films Punjabi ₨20.00 crore (US$2.00 million) [7]
2002 Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa Javed Sheikh Urdu ₨20.00 crore (US$2.00 million) [17][18]
2007 Khuda Kay Liye Shoman Productions Urdu, English ₨25.00 crore (US$2.50 million) [11]
2011 Bol Shoman Productions Urdu ₨19.80 crore (US$1.98 million) [1][19]
2012 Shareeka Syed Noor Punjabi ₨01.50 crore (US$0.15 million) [31]
2013 Waar MindWorks Media/Off Road Studios Urdu, English ₨35.00 crore (US$3.50 million) [7]
2014 Na Maloom Afraad Filmwala Pictures Urdu ₨14.00 crore (US$1.40 million) [7]
2015 Jawani Phir Nahi Ani Six Sigma Plus Urdu ₨49.44 crore (US$4.94 million) [1][2]
2016 Actor In Law Filmwala Pictures Urdu ₨30.05 crore (US$3.00 million) [8][9]
2017 Punjab Nahi Jaungi film currently playing Six Sigma Plus Urdu, Punjabi ₨47.00 crore (US$4.70 million) [3][4]

Timeline of highest-grossing films[edit]

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Year Title Record Gross Earning Language Reference(s)
1998–2002 Choorian ₨20.00 crore (US$2.00 million) Punjabi [7]
2002–2007 Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa ₨20.00 crore (US$2.00 million) Urdu [17][18]
2007–2013 Khuda Kay Liye ₨25.00 crore (US$2.50 million) Urdu, English [11]
2013–2015 Waar ₨35.00 crore (US$3.50 million) Urdu, English [7]
2015–Present Jawani Phir Nahi Ani ₨49.44 crore (US$4.94 million) Urdu [1][2]

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