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The following is a list of Pashto-language films: [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

Highest grossing films

Top 10 highest-grossing Pashto films of all time.

Rank Title Year Studio Worldwide Gross Ref.
1 Janaan 2016 IRK Films Rs. 30 crore (US$1.0 million) [10]
2 Zama Arman 2013 Liaqat Films Rs. 6 crore (US$210,000)
3 I Miss You 2014 Abid Naseem Films Rs. 3.50 crore (US$120,000)
4 Moor 2015 Azad Film Company Rs. 1.85 crore (US$64,000) [11]
5 Dukhtar 2014 Geo Films Rs. 1.65 crore (US$57,000) [12]
6 Badal 2016 Hunerkada Films Rs. 1.60 crore (US$55,000)
7 Tezaab 2015 Shahid Usman Films Rs. 1.59 crore (US$55,000)
8 Badnaam 2015 Nadir Khan Films Rs. 1.55 crore (US$54,000)
9 Haram Khor 2014 Qaiser Sanober Films Rs. 1.48 crore (US$51,000)
10 Jashan 2016 Shahid Usman Films Rs. 1.40 crore (US$48,000)

1970s

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1970 Yousuf Khan Sher Bano Aziz Tabassum Yasmin Khan, Badar Munir, Noreen, Nageena, Nemat Sarhadi Drama It the first-ever Pashto film released in Pakistan. It was also debut film for Badar Munir and Yasmin Khan. The film was released on 1 December 1970.
1971 Darra Khyber Mumtaz Ali Khan Asif Khan, Surayya Khan, Rabnawaz, Umar Daraz, Aman, Rehana Social Released on 14 May 1971
Bahadur Khan B.R. Sayed Rukhsana, Humayun Qureshi, Nagina Released on 18 June 1971
Adam Khan Dukhaniye
Ajab Khan Afridi Badar Munir, Yasmin Khan
Moosa Khan Gul Makei
1972 Memone
Meh Jabeenay
Zama Badal
Makhrur
Ghazi Kaka
Ilaqa Ghair
1973 Charagh Aladin
Dagodar Ghara
Farhad Shirinayi
Orbal
Melma
Da Pakhtun Tora
Juwargar
1974 Jang Aw Amn
Topak Zama Qanoon
Naeem Shah
Dehqan
Wotan Mena
Khana Badosh
Rehamdad Khan
1975 Deedan
Baz-o-Shehbaz
Zartaja
Baghi
Da Arman
Kochwan
1976 Haibat Khan
Da Inteqam Lumbay
Da Meeney Awar
Kafirstan
1977 Sheeno
Ehsan
Qaidi
Meranay Roar
Veena-o-Meena
1978 Tarbur
Sarah Jora
Zama Ghairat
Gul Bano
Ilzam
Juvand Ya Marg
Chal Wal
Mujahid
1979 Nadan
Shaheed
Ganrkap
Mujim
Dolai
Badnaam
Anjaam
Tandur

2000s

Son of a Lion (2007)

See also

References

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  3. ^ "Pashto film makers form association in Lahore". The Express Tribune. February 17, 2016. Retrieved October 21, 2016.
  4. ^ "Pashto filmmakers find solace in Kabul". The Express Tribune. October 28, 2015. Retrieved October 21, 2016.
  5. ^ "Three Pashto films released in Peshawar on Eid". The Express Tribune. July 5, 2016. Retrieved October 21, 2016.
  6. ^ "Four Pashto films hit the screens". The Express Tribune. September 12, 2016. Retrieved October 21, 2016.
  7. ^ "Pashto film industry has become stagnant – Ajab". nation.com. July 5, 2016. Retrieved October 21, 2016.
  8. ^ "Gone are the days of Badar Munir but Pashto films still draw crowds in Karachi". Retrieved October 21, 2016.
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  13. ^ "Pashto Movies from Pakistan". pakmag.net. Retrieved June 12, 2022.
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