Celebrating Eid ul Adha in Pakistan has become synonymous with the tradition of watching films, and it is during this festive season that some of the biggest hits from Pakistani cinema have been released. However, the soaring inflation rates in the country have made it increasingly difficult for many people to afford cinema tickets, which can cost upwards of 800 Rs. Nevertheless, the rise of television and OTT platforms has made it possible for Pakistanis to enjoy new films from the comfort of their homes. This Eid ul Adha, several highly anticipated movies will be available for streaming.
One of the notable films is “Tich Button,” directed by Qasim Ali Mureed and featuring a star-studded cast including Farhan Saeed, Iman Aly, Feroze Khan, and Sonya Hussyn. The film is set for its World Television Premiere on ARY Digital, with expectations that it will air on the first day of Eid. This will provide audiences with the opportunity to enjoy the film’s captivating narrative and performances without having to venture out to the cinema.
Another film, “Money Back Guarantee,” which was released last Eid, will also be screened on television, specifically on Hum TV. Starring the talented Fawad Khan, Ayesha Omer, and Waseem Akram this movie will make its World Television Premiere, allowing viewers who missed it in cinemas to catch it on the small screen.
Additionally, the popular duo of Humayun Saeed and Mehwish Hayat will grace the television screens along with talented Kubra Khan and Gohar Rasheed this Eid ul Adha with their film “London Nahi Jaunga.” ARY Digital will broadcast this highly anticipated film, ensuring that fans can revel in the chemistry and charm of the lead actors without leaving their homes.
Furthermore, the Punjabi film “Shotcut,” directed and written by Abu Aleeha, offers another exciting option for Eid ul Adha viewers. With a star cast including Sana Fakhar, Juggan Kazim, Gohar Rasheed, Nasim Vicky, and Qaisar Piya, “Shotcut” will be released on the OTT platform Chaupal, allowing audiences to stream it conveniently at home.
These films not only provide entertainment and escape but also serve as a reflection of the vibrant Pakistani cinema industry. By making them accessible through television and OTT platforms, more people can partake in the joy of watching movies during Eid ul Adha, regardless of the financial constraints posed by rising inflation.