The audience has high hopes from director Kamal Khan’s debut feature Laal Kabootar, lined up for release on March 22.
Mohammad Kamran Jawaid
Why do most Pakistani films falter at the cinema box office? Why do most Pakistanis think our films lack finesse?
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In the world of motion pictures, love sells. Take the example of JPNA or PNJ. Even Bin Roye.
There isn’t much of anything in director Bhushan Patel’s Amavas, a laughably bad attempt at horror
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Classifying Manikarnika as good, bad or mediocre is easier said than done
A look at the films currently in the cinemas
The frugally made Gumm is a bad rip-off of Wrecked, moving to and fro between flashbacks that add further confusion
The epic battle between Maula Jatt and Noori Natt spills forth from reel to real life as the makers of both the 1979
Sunny Deol stars in a film that doesn’t know which way is up
Rohit Shetty’s Simmba is formula-filmmaking at its finest
And why are there still no bona fide tracking systems to keep track of its earnings?
Shah Rukh Khan’s Zero is a weird take on Tom Hanks’ Forrest Gump
By all estimates, 2018 was a bonanza year for cinemas and 2019 looks set to be even better. But why are there still no
3 Bahadur: Rise of the Warriors has an engaging question at its core. But it is lost in poor animation and a sell-out to
Bumblebee is a smart reboot of the Transformers franchise while Kedarnath struggles with more than the disaster of flood
The Peter Jackson-produced Mortal Engines is far profounder than its origins while director Wan’s Aquaman is flatter
Pinky Memsaab is an acquired taste, character-driven and relies heavily on its three main leads — who are, fortunately