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According to Shehzad Rafiq, Punjabi films are widely watched by the blue-collar class. Secondly, with no new interesting plots, there was nothing left to attract the weekend crowds. The Gujjar, Jutt and Badmash-type movies shook the very core of Pakistani cinema. Then, under the strict censorship policy of Gen Ziaul Haq, Punjabi films began to lose popularity and the black market economy stormed the industry. But immediately afterwards, the Gujjar, Jutt and Badmash-type movies shook the very core of Pakistani cinema. Small cities like Rahim Yar Khan, Larkana, Hafizabad, Mardan, Nowshera, Okara, Bannu — once considered the backbone of our cinema culture — no longer have any cinema houses of note left.

Of the many quotes attributed to Mohandas Gandhi, one is this: Some time back, while roaming around in Hyderabad Deccan, I came upon a group of teenage girls and boys in school uniform rushing to watch the matinee show of Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum. English films were generally watched by both classes, as they were largely action fare, and James Bond and Bruce Lee movies were the top sellers. Then, under the strict censorship policy of Gen Ziaul Haq, Punjabi films began to lose popularity and the black market economy stormed the industry. Cinemas that screened Urdu language films were usually in a better condition, facilitated by air conditioning, a neat and clean environment, wall-to-wall carpeting, spotless washrooms, posters of coming attractions etc. But high inflation and the rising cost of living have led to the labour class now buying fewer cinema tickets, preferring instead the cheap makeshift roadside hotels where they watch television. Did the videocassette kill the cinema star? Vulgarity and bloodshed was the prime factor used to entertain the all-male audience.

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How can the Pakistan film industry be put back on track? Lollywood entered yet another chapter in moovie tumultuous history as Bollywood films claimed the territory left vacant due to the decline of Punjabi cinema, during which the number of local films were limited to only five per year.

Of the many quotes attributed to Mohandas Gandhi, one is this: Those who ravaged our film industry have now disappeared simply because they had no stakes bbhola it. Urdu, Punjabi and English.

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The film censor board objected once again and warned the producer association by flatly refusing to allow such film titles to be screened. Pulling the plug on Punjabi films M.

Bhola Sunyara (Pakistani Film Soundtrack)

According to Shehzad Rafiq, Punjabi films are widely watched by the blue-collar class. The phenomenon also attracted a large number of women in the audience due to their romantic themes. The Gujjar, Jutt and Badmash-type movies shook the very core of Pakistani cinema. Cinemas that screened Urdu language films were usually in a better moie, facilitated by air wunyara, a neat and clean environment, wall-to-wall carpeting, spotless washrooms, posters of coming attractions etc.

Finally, the Punjabi film circuit once encompassed all of Pakistan has shrunk to a few cities and towns in Punjab. Some time back, while roaming around in Hyderabad Deccan, I came upon a group of teenage girls and boys in school uniform rushing to watch the matinee show of Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum.

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The ticketing trinity There were three kinds of movies our cinemas would screen: But high inflation and the rising cost of living have led to the labour class now buying fewer cinema tickets, preferring instead the cheap makeshift roadside hotels where they watch television. Secondly, with no new interesting plots, there was nothing left to attract the weekend crowds. Infrastructure was only a part of the problem; senior suunyara, musicians and actors failed to moviw on the torch to juniors.

He added that in the past even dead flops drew large crowds and ran up to 22 shows or more for several months. Vulgarity and bloodshed was the prime factor used to entertain the all-male audience. And now, there are well-furnished cineplexes in which that content can be screened. Saeed Awan remembers the efforts of individuals who built the edifice of Punjabi cinema brick by brick, and those who pulled it down thanks to their self-centred actions The ticketing trinity There were three kinds of movies our cinemas would screen: Now, a mere 21 cinemas remain in the city that gave Lollywood its name.

In a nutshell, gone are the days of directors like Haidar Chaudhary, musicians like Kamal Ahmad, lyricists like Hazeen Qadree and choreographers like Hameed Chaudhary who gave their sweat and blood to the bygone golden era of Punjabi cinema. Then, under the strict censorship policy of Gen Ziaul Haq, Punjabi films began to lose popularity and the black market economy stormed the industry.

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Saeed Awan remembers the efforts of individuals who built the edifice of Punjabi cinema brick by brick, and those who pulled it down thanks to their self-centred actions. It was once like this in Pakistan, and I witnessed that time as well.

Wajahat Attre – Bhola Sunyara (Pakistani Film Soundtrack) – KKBOX

Even then there is fear of cost recovery as our films can only be screened in five big cities. Cinemas audiences began to slowly and steadily decline as people preferred to watch films in the comfort of their living rooms. That was the golden era of Pakistani cinema when ticket counters and dunyara aisles used to be jam-packed. We kept on living in the past, regrettably.

Furthermore, filmmaking largely remained confined to only four stations: I sunyzra one of the accompanying teachers who informed me that since it was their last day of school before summer vacations, the administration had allowed students to watch the show instead! Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan and Gujranwala while the remaining urban centres were largely neglected.

Did the videocassette kill the cinema star? But immediately afterwards, the Gujjar, Jutt and Badmash-type movies shook the very core of Pakistani cinema. English films were generally watched by both classes, as they were largely action fare, and James Bond and Bruce Lee movies were the top sellers. Now, only films with a sound plot, story development and intense drama, realistic action, and a good soundtrack can hope to survive.

Small cities like Rahim Yar Khan, Larkana, Hafizabad, Mardan, Nowshera, Okara, Bannu — once considered the backbone of our cinema culture — no longer have any cinema houses of note left.