Product Tag - Pakistani

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    Save (1970)

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    Save (1970)

    A bubbly Indian girl Aalia in trouble is forced by circumstances to place her faith in a Pakistani cab driver, Vicky, in Mauritius, who then takes it upon himself to make Aalia’s safe return to India possible. Mauritius.

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    Saat Din Mohabbat In (1970)

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    Saat Din Mohabbat In (1970)

    The story follows a young man on a quest to find his true love in a crowded Karachi neighbourhood. He must overcome the obstacles, both spiritual and physical, to achieve his goals.

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    Pashmina (1970)

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    Pashmina (1970)

    Under the tattered shroud of life, as her funeral is led through the gritty streets of Kashmir, Nargis Aslam Khan reminisces about the tragic lives of people caught in the crossfire of the conflict while they experience love and loss.

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    The Day Shall Dawn (1959)

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    The Day Shall Dawn (1959)

    The great Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray excelled in Chekhovian portraiture, imaginatively bringing to life the foibles, hopes, and vices of ordinary people. Until the reemergence of Day Shall Dawn at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, few Westerners were familiar with the similarly humanist work of Aaejay Kardar or, for that matter, with 1950s Pakistani cinema more generally. At the time of its premiere in 1958, Day Shall Dawn seemed to herald a new kind of filmmaking in Pakistan, a strangely intoxicating mix of melodrama and Neorealism. But Kardar and his screenwriter, the poet Faiz Ahmad Faiz, were branded as communist enemies of the country’s new military dictatorship. And though their film—the deceptively simple story of a fisherman who dreams of owning his own boat on the Meghna River in Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan)—was filled with melancholy and comical touches, their depiction of a poor fishing community being shaken down by greedy loan sharks proved too incendiary.

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    Zarqa (1969)

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    Zarqa (1969)

    This movie is about Palestinian liberation movement against Israel.

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    Pakeezah (1972)

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    Pakeezah (1972)

    This movie is about the tawaif Sahibjaan (Meena Kumari), who is born to a courtesan, Nargis (also Meena Kumari). After being spurned by her lover Shahabuddin’s (Ashok Kumar) family, Nargis is driven to a graveyard where she gives birth to Sahibjaan secretly. Nargis dies during childbirth and her sister Nawabjaan (Veena)- a brothel madam – brings her up as her own. Unable to break away from the vicious circle, Sahibjaan grows up to be a beautiful and popular dancer/singer. Forest ranger Salim Ahmed Khan (Raaj Kumar), enthralled by her beauty and innocence, eventually convinces her to elope with him, which she does. But trials and tribulations await Sahibjaan as she is recognized by men wherever she goes in the company of Salim.

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    Garm Hava (1973)

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    Garm Hava (1973)

    In post-Partition India, a Muslim businessman and his family struggle for their rights in a country which was once their own.

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    Jinnah (1998)

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    Jinnah (1998)

    Biography of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the founder of modern Pakistan is told through flashbacks as his soul tries to find eternal rest. The flashbacks start in 1947 as Jinnah pleads for a separate nation from the Muslim regime, infuriating Lord Mountbatten. Mountbatten then tries to enlist Gandhi & Nehru to persuade Jinnah to stop his efforts. Gandhi sides with Jinnah, which upsets Nehru. However, Jinnah turns down the offer to become prime minister and the film takes another slide back to 1916, which reveals all of the political implications that have occurred.

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    Inshallah, Football (2010)

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    Inshallah, Football (2010)

    Inshallah, Football is about 18-year-old Basharat Baba, known as “Basha”. His father, Bashir, was a much-wanted leader of the armed group Hizbul Mujahideen. When he left his home in Kashmir to join the training camps in Pakistan in the early 1990s, his son Basharat was barely two months old. Basharat belongs to a new generation of Kashmiris, having grown up under the shadow of a protracted conflict. His passion is football, and he has been coached by Juan Marcos Troia, an Argentinean national and FIFA accredited football coach by profession. Marcos aspires to breed world class players from Kashmir; he and his wife, being attached to both Bashir’s recollections and travails.Kumar describes the film as “the story of three remarkable men – one is his father who fought for his beliefs, another about the football coach who’s come all the way from Argentina to start this football academy, and this young man who is struggling to play football.

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    Pitch black (2013)

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    Pitch black (2013)

    The film is about the black magic. The use of black magic is prevalent in our society. There is an intricate web of conspiracies that stem from this practice.

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    Against the Grain (2013)

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    Against the Grain (2013)

    Fatima, a committed schoolteacher living the cosmopolitan high life in Karachi, has her life shattered when her nanny, Nusrat, inexplicably disappears. Though her friends and family beg her not to disturb the status quo and confront the powerful feudals in Nusrat’s village, Fatima travels there to investigate. Will the trials and tribulations deter Fatima’s resolve? Will the quest challenge an already complicated romantic relationship? Josh: Against the Grain Is the story of Fatima’s search for a dangerous truth in Nusrat’s feudal village. It is the story of the biggest challenge to Pakistan’s still reigning feudalism: the country’s youth.

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    O21 (2014)

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    O21 (2014)

    Abdullah, after 30 years of war in Afghanistan wants to save his country from another 50 years of corporate warfare. He works with his Pakistani ally Kashif Siddiqui to save the two neighboring countries from further turmoil through a plan that could risk the lives of them and their families. A plan that has 21 hours to be executed.

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