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Der Begriff Lollywood bezeichnet die Filmindustrie in Pakistan. Geschichte[​Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Lahore wurde nach der Teilung Indiens zum. Die Abstimmung beginnt jeweils sieben Tage vor der Ausstrahlung. Die Zuschauer*innen entscheiden, welcher Film auf dem LOLLYWOOD-Sendeplatz freitags. Lollywood. Der Artikel ist in folgender Variante leider nicht verfügbar; Keine Abbildung vorhanden; Flash Player. Für eine größere Ansicht klicken Sie auf das​.

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This number would lower further as studios went towards producing short-plays and television commercials. Anjuman quit from playback signing, Sultan Rahi was murdered in , director Sangeeta put her career on hold to attended to family life while Nazrul Islam died.

Objections were raised over the choice of actor Christopher Lee as the protagonist [40] depicting Muhammad Ali Jinnah and inclusion of Indian Shashi Kapoor as archangel Gabriel [41] in the cast combined with the experimental nature of the script.

Haathi Meray Saathi produced and distributed by Eveready Pictures celebrated its Golden Jubilee bringing audience back to the cinema for 66 weeks.

It was predicted that Pakistani cinema would have a revival. However, the public did not respond and low attendance at cinemas were recorded as the lower middle class shunned these films.

The industry was pronounced dead by the start of the new millennium. By the early s "an industry that once produced an average of 80 films annually was now struggling to even churn out more than two films a year".

By , young filmmakers in Karachi began experimenting with film and released low budget films to demonstrate that high quality content could be produced in Pakistan using limited resources.

With privatization of television stations in full swing, a new channel Filmazia began airing old Pakistani films as well as newer low budget productions.

During this period Mahesh Bhatt , a celebrated Indian director, visited Pakistan looking for talent - particularly singers who could lend their voices to his upcoming films in India.

Many film makers, producers, directors shifted to Karachi to avail new opportunities. In August , Shoaib Mansoor directed and released Khuda Ke Liye - it became a surprise instant success at the box office and brought the middle class back to the cinemas due to its controversial theme of addressing Pakistan's social problems.

The film was also released internationally, including India, where it became the first Pakistani film released there after four decades.

Despite optimism of a solid revival, progress continued to be slow. Alongside Geo Films , the "Pakistan New Cinema Movement" was launched in with around members which facilitated networking to stimulate newer film productions.

However it was Shoaib Mansoor to the rescue again with this film Bol which brook box office records in Pakistan.

Shoaib Mansoor's Bol seemed to have officially "revived" the cinema of Pakistan. By , several Pakistani films were theatrically released - the first time in over a decade.

It led commentators to speculate whether it was time to announce the heralding of a 'new wave' [28] of Pakistani cinema.

In March, Siyaah meaning Pitch black was the first horror thriller film to be released in Pakistan in over 20 years.

The film was about a dissociative personality disorder patient who uses black magic against unsuspecting relatives. The film was a political drama exploring the subject of political corruption in Pakistan.

Since the flower 'Chambaili' lily flower is the national flower of Pakistan, the film-makers' intentions were to encourage patriotism and nationalism in Pakistan.

This was broken by release of Jawani Phir Nahi Ani. The Pakistani comedy thriller film was co-written and directed by Nabeel Qureshi as his directorial debut.

Jalaibee meaning twist was a caper action thriller film [77] directed and written by Yasir Jaswal , [78] [79] produced by Eman Syed. The film was theatrically released ARY Films.

The film Bin Roye was later adapted into a television series with the same name , that premiered on Hum TV on October 2, The year saw some of the most critical acclaimed Pakistani films including Moor and Manto.

Thes film raised the standards for Pakistani films. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For Indian films that use Urdu, see Bollywood.

Balochi cinema Pashto cinema Punjabi cinema Sindhi cinema Urdu cinema. Pakistan Movement. People List of Pakistanis Pakistani name. Urdu Pakistani English Provincial languages.

Mythology and folklore. Public holidays. Architecture Sculpture. Music and performing arts. Radio Television Cinema.

World Heritage Sites. Flag Coat of arms. Retrieved 5 November Express Tribune. Retrieved 7 January Retrieved 21 March Cinema of Pakistan.

Archived from the original on 16 October Retrieved 6 July Film and TV Guide India. Archived from the original on 30 March Internet Movie Database.

DAWN Newspaper. Archived from the original on 24 July Retrieved 5 July Archived from the original on 18 April Archived from the original on 5 September Retrieved 16 July All Things Pakistan.

Archived from the original on 2 October Retrieved 2 July Third World Film Making and the West. University of California Press. National Media Museum, UK.

Archived from the original on 25 June Cuba Now. Archived from the original on 20 April Scripnet Charity. Archived from the original on 4 April HotSpot Online.

Archived from the original on 15 January Retrieved 4 July Khalid Hassan's official website. Archived from the original on 10 June British Film Institute.

Archived from the original on 24 February Archived from the original on 11 February London: Guardian Unlimited. Retrieved 3 July On The Media.

Archived from the original on 26 April Retrieved Archived from the original on 18 February Retrieved 13 August The Chronicles of Pakistan.

Archived from the original on 12 January Archived from the original on 20 July The Daily Times. Archived from the original on 13 February Punjabi Lok.

Archived from the original on 11 August Archived from the original on 13 July Bradford Telegraph and Argus.

BBC World. Archived from the original on 18 May Archived from the original on 27 July Retrieved 1 October Geo Funkar.

Archived from the original on 23 December Archived from the original on 11 January Archived from the original on 6 April Pakistani Ultimate Media.

Retrieved 12 July The New York Times. Retrieved 28 January The Express Tribune. Retrieved 14 February The Express Tribune newspaper.

Retrieved 31 December Lekha Menon. Retrieved 12 December Lahore: The Express Tribune. Retrieved 23 November Retrieved 17 October The News.

Retrieved 21 December The News - Blog. Archived from the original on 20 October The Hindu — via www. Dawn group. Retrieved 5 June Khayyam Baig.

Archived from the original on 3 September Retrieved 3 September Retrieved 13 June Maheen Nusrat. Archived from the original on 27 December Retrieved 27 December Maliha Rao.

Retrieved 20 October Hasan Ansari. Retrieved 8 March Ayesha Ahmed. Archived from the original on 15 December Retrieved 15 December Daily Times.

Archived from the original on 18 January Retrieved 23 January Maryam Usman. Wajiha Jawaid. Archived from the original on 6 June Retrieved 7 June Zoya Anwer.

Retrieved 10 October Retrieved 13 March Business Recorder. Madiha Shakeel. Retrieved 8 April Rafay Mahmood. Box Office Asia.

Archived from the original on 30 April Retrieved 26 April Music by Ghulam Ahmed Chishti with some super-hit film songs.

Yasmin, Inayat Hussain Bhatti , Nazar. Musarrat Nazir , Aslam Pervaiz , Allauddin. The film was released on 30 May with many super-hit film songs by music director Safdar Hussain and lyrics by Hazeen Qadri.

An 'average' film of with music by Ghulam Ahmed Chishti. The film was released on 22 February A Golden Jubilee film. Bahar, Aslam Pervaiz , Zeenat Begum.

Drama , Romance. Bahar, Sultan Rahi , A. Shah Shikarpuri, Asif Jah. Musarrat Nazir , Sudhir , Neelo , Rangeela. Rangeela 's debut film.

Neelo , Aslam Pervaiz , Zarif, Ajmal. The film was released on 28 June , with music by Rasheed Attre and mega-hit film songs and song lyrics by Waris Ludhianvi.

Asif Jah. Bahar, Akmal Khan , Zarif. Kartar Singh. Musical Drama. One of the greatest Punjabi films produced in Pakistan.

The film was released on 18 June and turned out to be a landmark movie for producer-director Saifuddin Saif and music director Salim Iqbal. Sabiha Khanum , Santosh Kumar.

First attempt as a film director by Sabiha Khanum. Neelo , Ejaz Durrani , Talish. Musarrat Nazir , Sudhir , Neelo , Zarif.

The film was released on 21 October Music by Ghulam Ahmed Chishti with one super-hit film song related to the film's title. Husna , Akmal Khan , Nazar, Zarif.

Noor Jehan started her solo career as a Punjabi playback singer in this film. The film was released on 4 November Bahar, Aslam Pervaiz , Zarif , Ajmal.

Romance film based on Punjabi epic love story Sohni Mahiwal. First Pakistani film in Saraiki language. One super-hit film song sung by Nahid Niazi.

Yasmin, Aslam Pervaiz , Munawar Zarif. Shah Shikarpuri. Romance Comedy. Sawarn Lata , Habib , Nazir. Naghma , Akmal Khan , Asif Jah.

Meena Shorey , Asad Bokhari, Naghma. Yasmin, Yousuf Khan , Talish. Choorian film. This super-hit film was released on 17 May It was a Golden Jubilee film of Zeba , Sultan Rahi , Nazar, Talish.

Neelo , Habib , Rani. Sabiha, Santosh, Rangeela. This was the debut film of playback singer Masood Rana. The film was released on 30 August It was the debut film for the music team of Manzoor Ashra'.

Neelo , Sudhir , Naghma , A. Shah, Nazar, Munawar Zarif. Musical , Drama. This film is about a strange camel and a corrupt adviser, film was ad was released on 15 February It was a landmark movie for playback singer Masood Rana , who shot to fame after a mega-hit film song in this movie.

The film was released on 4 December Film song lyrics by Hazeen Qadri. Neelo , Yousuf Khan , M. Nasira, Akmal Khan , Zeenat Begum.

Firdous, Ejaz Durrani , Allauddin. Comedy Drama. Firdous, Allauddin , Sawan. Laila, Sudhir , Habib , Talish. A musical hit by music director Ghulam Ahmed Chishti.

Neelo , Mohammad Ali , M. Comedy , Romance. This film was based on the love story of Waris Shah and Bhag Bhari.

It was released on 14 March This movie was a biography of the traditional Punjabi epic love story author and 18th century poet Waris Shah.

Naghma , Akmal Khan , Mazhar Shah. This was a musical super-hit movie of with music by Manzoor Ashraf and film song lyrics by Tanvir Naqvi.

Shirin, Allauddin , Asif Jah. Comedy Romance. Musical story based on a Punjabi epic love story. The film was released on 3 September It was a musical hit with music by 'Bakhshi Wazir and film song lyrics by Tanvir Naqvi.

Shirin, Allauddin , Yousuf Khan. The film was released on 19 November Music by Rasheed Attre and film song lyrics by Hazeen Qadri.

This was a Platinum Jubilee film. Firdous, Habib , Adeeb. The film was released on 14 December Super-hit music by Master Abdullah and lyrics by Hazin Qadri.

Shirin, Sudhir , Allauddin. Romance , Drama. A super-hit musical film of with music by Ghulam Ahmed Chishti. Superb music of Rasheed Attre before he died in Excellent and super-sentimental film songs by the eminent lyricist Ahmad Rahi.

Historical Drama. Naghma, Habib , Rani , Yousuf Khan. This was a super-hit Punjabi film of with music by Ghulam Ahmed Chishti. Firdous, Ejaz Durrani , Zumurrud , Ajmal.

Romance film , Drama. This film had one run-away super-hit film song by Noor Jehan , song lyrics by Tanvir Naqvi and music by Bakhshi Wazir. Sultan Rahi got his big breakthrough in the Pakistani film industry by playing the title role of 'Basheera' in this film.

A Diamond Jubilee film of A Golden Jubilee film of with super-hit film songs by music director M. Ashraf and lyrics by Khawaja Pervez.

Firdous, Habib-ur-Rehman , Sawan , Zumurrud. This film had superb music by Master Abdullah and film song lyrics by Hazin Qadri. This was a Golden Jubilee film of Sharif Badmash.

Comedy film , Musical film. A Golden Jubilee film of Super-hit music and film songs by Wajahat Attre, film song lyrics by Khawaja Pervez.

Romance film , Musical film. Super-hit music and film songs by Wajahat Attre and lyrics by Hazin Qadri. Sultan Rahi Mustafa Qureshi.

Action , Crime , Drama , Fantasy , Thriller. The film was released on 11 February This film was a landmark movie and introduced 'Gandasa culture' violence into the Pakistani Punjabi movies.

This trend lasted for over a decade in Pakistan. Thriller , Drama. Drama , Action film. Sultan Rahi , Anjuman , Iqbal Hasan. Platinum Jubilee film of by film producer Anwar Kamal Pasha.

Super-hit film songs by music director Wajahat Attre. Super-hit music by Wajahat Attre and film song lyrics by Hazin Qadri.

A Golden Jubilee film of with super-hit film songs by music director Wajahat Attre, film song lyrics by Hazin Qadri. Music by Ustad Tafu and film song lyrics by Khawaja Pervez.

Sultan Rahi , Mumtaz , Mustafa Qureshi. Sultan Rahi , Aasia , Afzaal Ahmad. Hasan Askari. Sultan Rahi , Anjuman , Ajmal.

This was a Diamond Jubilee film of with music and super-hit film songs by Wajahat Attre, song lyrics by Waris Ludhianvi. A musical super-hit film of with superb music by Ustad Tafu , film song lyrics by Khawaja Pervez.

This was a super-hit musical film with music by Wajahat Attre, film song lyrics by Khawaja Pervez.

Romance film , Action film. It was a Golden Jubilee film of with super-hit film songs by music director Wajahat Attre and film song lyricist Waris Ludhianvi.

Att Khuda Da Wair. Chodhary Badshah. Dil Da Chor. Gabhar Singh. Ishthari Mujrim. Khoon Da Hisab. Maine Pyar Kiya. Mangal Khan. Mastana Mahi.

Naam Ki Suhagan. Nangay Paun. Shartia Mithay. Shera Malang. Wehshi Aurat. Akku Dusnumbri. Bazar Band Karo. Choran Da Shehnshah.

Do Jeedar. Munda Shararti. Rani Khan. Sub Se Bara Rupiya. Zamana Dushman Da Kharak. Jaggat Singh Jagga. Kala Raj. Faiz Malik. Kalay Naag.

Kuri Munda Razi. Teefa Gujjar. Moammar Rana , Saima , Nargis. Action , Romance , Comedy. This was a remake of 's film Mirza Jatt. The film was released on 16 October Babul Da Wehra.

Desan Da Raja. Gustakh Akhian. Bali Jatti. Ghabroo Punjab Da. Ishtehari Gujjar. Jatti Da wairr. Jug Mahi. Jugg Wala Mela. Long Da Lashkara.

Archived from the original on 26 June Most of the film industries have associated with Hollywood to promote and market their films both locally and abroad. Ismael, Imdad Hussain, Rekha, Allauddin. Firdous, Habib-ur-RehmanSawanZumurrud. Super-hit music and Taxi 4 Stream Deutsch songs by Wajahat Attre and lyrics by Hazin Qadri.

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Battle de Likes Lollywood What went wrong? Geo Funkar. Moula Sher. The Daily Times. Action Drama. Lollywood

Hollywood movies have a global appeal because of the use of English as a universal language. Due to the success and the quality movies it produces, some film industries around the world have adopted names inspired by Hollywood.

Bollywood is part of the larger Indian Film Industry based in Mumbai and produces the Hindi language based films.

Bollywood produced films out of films in India in Bollywood has become part of the Indian's story by influencing the music film. With the sales of Hindi movies worldwide especially in the Asian countries, Middle East, Africa, and Europe, Bollywood continues to generate a lot of revenue.

Hindi actors have also gained significantly through the improved income from sales of their movies. Pollywood is a Punjabi Cinema industry in India and Pakistan which produces films in the Punjabi language.

Pollywood has become synonymous with the Indian Punjab especially in the 21st century because of the quality and number of Punjabi film it produces.

Punjabi cinema has grown from producing five movies in to producing over films annually. Pollywood currently spends a lot of money and uses home-grown stars and Bollywood actors in its film production.

Lollywood is a Pakistan-based film industry which borrowed its name from Hollywood. The film industry started in and since then the studio has continued to manage indigenous production while in competition with some of the major production centers in Mumbai and Kolkata.

Lollywood is currently producing some of the most intriguing films in Pakistan including Waar, Na MaoomAfraad, and the system among other famous films.

Horror films were introduced with the release of Zinda Laash , making it the first Pakistani film to display an R rating tag on its posters.

The magazine had a question and answer section titled "Yours Impishly" which the sub-editor Asif Noorani took inspiration for from I.

Johar 's page in India's Filmfare magazine. Towards the late s and early s, political turmoil once again returned with the East Pakistan conflict brewing.

So vulnerable was the film industry to the changing political landscape that in , an angry mob set fire to cinema in Quetta just before the release of the first Balochi film, Hamalo Mah Gunj.

The Urdu version Musafir did not do well at the box office. Signs of trouble slowly began in the cinema industry as VCRs and piracy became an issue. Pakistani cinema entered into a decline during the regime of Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq , who began to Islamicise the country.

One of the first victims of this sociopolitical change was Pakistani cinema. The government forcibly closed most of the cinemas in Lahore.

Other factors such as VCRs and film piracy had a negative effect on the growth of the industry. Aina , released on 18 March , marked a distinct symbolic break between the so-called liberal Zulfikar Ali Bhutto years and the increasingly conservative cum revolutionary Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq regime.

It is considered the most popular film ever. The film industry by now was on the verge of collapse as people began turning away from cinema.

The filmmakers that remained in the industry, produced super hits like Punjabi cult classic Maula Jatt in , telling the story of a gandasa -carrying protagonist waging a blood-feud with a local gangster.

While Maula Jatt paved the way for films based on rural and violent anti-hero, in terms of dress, conduct, speech, and values, Maula was at odds with previous presentations of heroes and ideals of nation-building.

In Punjabi cinema Sultan Rahi and Anjuman became iconic figures of this culture. In Pashto cinema , filmmakers were able to get around the censor policies and filled their films with soft-core pornography to increase viewership.

This was done by the backing by powerful politicians. The once romantic and lovable image of Pakistani cinema in the s and s had transformed into a culture of violence and vulgarity by the s.

This ironically came while the government under ZIa ul Haq's regime was attempting to "Islamise" the country. Being an actress associated with the current crop of productions became an understandable taboo and many middle-class people began shunning these films.

In , legendary actor Waheed Murad died and was yet another blow to the cinema industry. This enthusiasm soon disappeared and not even Pakistan's first science fiction film, Shaani , in , [37] directed by Saeed Rizvi employing elaborate special effects, could save the industry.

It received an award at the Moscow Film Festival [38] and even in Egypt and Korea, [38] but sadly was shelved in Pakistan. At the start of the s, Pakistan's film industry was gripped with certain doom.

Of the several dozen studios across the country, only 11 were operational producing around films annually. This number would lower further as studios went towards producing short-plays and television commercials.

Anjuman quit from playback signing, Sultan Rahi was murdered in , director Sangeeta put her career on hold to attended to family life while Nazrul Islam died.

Objections were raised over the choice of actor Christopher Lee as the protagonist [40] depicting Muhammad Ali Jinnah and inclusion of Indian Shashi Kapoor as archangel Gabriel [41] in the cast combined with the experimental nature of the script.

Haathi Meray Saathi produced and distributed by Eveready Pictures celebrated its Golden Jubilee bringing audience back to the cinema for 66 weeks.

It was predicted that Pakistani cinema would have a revival. However, the public did not respond and low attendance at cinemas were recorded as the lower middle class shunned these films.

The industry was pronounced dead by the start of the new millennium. By the early s "an industry that once produced an average of 80 films annually was now struggling to even churn out more than two films a year".

By , young filmmakers in Karachi began experimenting with film and released low budget films to demonstrate that high quality content could be produced in Pakistan using limited resources.

With privatization of television stations in full swing, a new channel Filmazia began airing old Pakistani films as well as newer low budget productions.

During this period Mahesh Bhatt , a celebrated Indian director, visited Pakistan looking for talent - particularly singers who could lend their voices to his upcoming films in India.

Many film makers, producers, directors shifted to Karachi to avail new opportunities. In August , Shoaib Mansoor directed and released Khuda Ke Liye - it became a surprise instant success at the box office and brought the middle class back to the cinemas due to its controversial theme of addressing Pakistan's social problems.

The film was also released internationally, including India, where it became the first Pakistani film released there after four decades.

Despite optimism of a solid revival, progress continued to be slow. Alongside Geo Films , the "Pakistan New Cinema Movement" was launched in with around members which facilitated networking to stimulate newer film productions.

However it was Shoaib Mansoor to the rescue again with this film Bol which brook box office records in Pakistan.

Shoaib Mansoor's Bol seemed to have officially "revived" the cinema of Pakistan. By , several Pakistani films were theatrically released - the first time in over a decade.

It led commentators to speculate whether it was time to announce the heralding of a 'new wave' [28] of Pakistani cinema.

In March, Siyaah meaning Pitch black was the first horror thriller film to be released in Pakistan in over 20 years. The film was about a dissociative personality disorder patient who uses black magic against unsuspecting relatives.

The film was a political drama exploring the subject of political corruption in Pakistan. Since the flower 'Chambaili' lily flower is the national flower of Pakistan, the film-makers' intentions were to encourage patriotism and nationalism in Pakistan.

This was broken by release of Jawani Phir Nahi Ani. The Pakistani comedy thriller film was co-written and directed by Nabeel Qureshi as his directorial debut.

Jalaibee meaning twist was a caper action thriller film [77] directed and written by Yasir Jaswal , [78] [79] produced by Eman Syed.

The film was theatrically released ARY Films. The film Bin Roye was later adapted into a television series with the same name , that premiered on Hum TV on October 2, The year saw some of the most critical acclaimed Pakistani films including Moor and Manto.

Thes film raised the standards for Pakistani films. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For Indian films that use Urdu, see Bollywood.

Balochi cinema Pashto cinema Punjabi cinema Sindhi cinema Urdu cinema. Pakistan Movement. People List of Pakistanis Pakistani name.

Urdu Pakistani English Provincial languages. Mythology and folklore. Public holidays. Architecture Sculpture.

Music and performing arts. Radio Television Cinema. World Heritage Sites. Flag Coat of arms. Retrieved 5 November Express Tribune.

Retrieved 7 January Retrieved 21 March Cinema of Pakistan. Archived from the original on 16 October Retrieved 6 July Film and TV Guide India.

Archived from the original on 30 March Internet Movie Database. DAWN Newspaper. Archived from the original on 24 July Retrieved 5 July Archived from the original on 18 April Archived from the original on 5 September Retrieved 16 July All Things Pakistan.

Archived from the original on 2 October Retrieved 2 July Third World Film Making and the West. University of California Press.

National Media Museum, UK. Archived from the original on 25 June Cuba Now. Archived from the original on 20 April Scripnet Charity. Archived from the original on 4 April HotSpot Online.

Archived from the original on 15 January Retrieved 4 July Khalid Hassan's official website. Archived from the original on 10 June British Film Institute.

Archived from the original on 24 February Archived from the original on 11 February London: Guardian Unlimited. Retrieved 3 July On The Media.

Archived from the original on 26 April Retrieved Archived from the original on 18 February Retrieved 13 August The Chronicles of Pakistan. Archived from the original on 12 January Archived from the original on 20 July The Daily Times.

Archived from the original on 13 February Punjabi Lok. Archived from the original on 11 August Archived from the original on 13 July Bradford Telegraph and Argus.

BBC World. Archived from the original on 18 May Archived from the original on 27 July Retrieved 1 October Geo Funkar.

Archived from the original on 23 December Archived from the original on 11 January Archived from the original on 6 April Pakistani Ultimate Media.

Retrieved 12 July The New York Times. Retrieved 28 January The Express Tribune. Retrieved 14 February The Express Tribune newspaper. Retrieved 31 December Lekha Menon.

Retrieved 12 December Lahore: The Express Tribune. Retrieved 23 November Retrieved 17 October The News. Retrieved 21 December The News - Blog.

Archived from the original on 20 October The Hindu — via www. Dawn group. Retrieved 5 June Khayyam Baig. Archived from the original on 3 September Retrieved 3 September Retrieved 13 June

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