Lollywood Comes To Islo

Maula%20Jatt.jpgPakistan Film Industry released its first film “Mehfil” with Nasir Khan (Dilip Kumar’s brother) and Asha Posle heading its cast. Many of the films of yesteryears presented large variety of themes in Muslim social family traditions, tragedy, comedy, history and cultural issues, with great music blended into the theme. Good number of memorable films was produced during the decades that followed. However, currently the film industry is in an enervated condition.

The Ministry of Culture and Hunerkada would organize a conference on “The Revival Of Pakistan Film Industry” in Islamabad on February 6th 2007 at the Islamabad Club. Representatives of film industry including senior artists would also participate on the occasion.

2 Comments so far

  1. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on February 1st, 2007 @ 2:46 pm

    OMG, really??

    *extremly excited*

    Hoping all our great stars Saima, Meera, Resham, Shaan, Reema Khan, Rambo would be there …

    ** dying to meet them **

    ^_^

    COUNTDOWN started …!


  2. Billboard (unregistered) on February 2nd, 2007 @ 1:53 am

    I can remember the movies like “Qurbani”, “Lazawaal”,”Gharana” etc from my teen years.Where are such masterpieces now? If we want to revive the cinema culture then we will have to put the story and content first and business later.I beg to the industry moghuls to please develop the taste of the viewers for good cinema and do not spoil them by offering cheap sing song and slam bam type of junk.



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