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Chor Machaye Shor is a Pakistani Urdu language film directed by Syed Noor. The film stars Babar Ali, Resham, Sahiba Afzal Khan, and Saud. The film was released on 22 March 1996 and celebrated its Golden Jubilee at Pakistani cinemas in 1996. A re-make of Punjabi film Sohra te Jawai (1980 film).

Super-hit songs from this film
Film song lyrics were written by Riaz ur Rehman Saghar and Saeed Gillani, music was by M. Arshad

“Banno Hamari Anmol, Sajao Doli Dholak Baja Ke” Sung by Shazia Manzoor,Saira Nasim and others

Cast
Reema Khan
Babar Ali
Jan Rambo
Saud
Sahiba Afzal
Resham
Ali Ejaz

Pakistani Cinema Description
The Cinema of Pakistan or Pakistani film alludes to the filmmaking business in Pakistan. Pakistan is home to a few film studios focuses, essentially situated in its two biggest urban areas – Karachi and Lahore. Pakistani film has had an essential impact in Pakistani culture and lately has started thriving again following quite a while of decay, conveying excitement to gatherings of people in Pakistan and exiles abroad. A few film enterprises are situated in Pakistan, which will, in general, be local and specialty in nature. More than 10,000 Urdu include films have been delivered in Pakistan since 1948, just as more than 8000 Punjabi, 6000 Pashto and 2000 Sindhi full-length films. The principal movie at any point delivered was Husn Ka Daku in 1930, coordinated by Abdur Rashid Kardar in Lahore. The principal Pakistani-movie created was Teri Yaad, coordinated by Daud Chand in 1948. Somewhere in the range of 1947 and 2007, Pakistani film was situated in Lahore, home to the country’s biggest film industry (nicknamed Lollywood). Pakistani movies amid this period pulled in vast groups of onlookers and had a solid faction following was a piece of the social standard, generally accessible and imitated by the majority. Amid the mid-1970s, Pakistan was the world’s fourth biggest maker of highlight films. Be that as it may, somewhere in the range of 1977 and 2007, the film business of Pakistan went into decrease because of Islamization, reinforcing of oversight laws and a general absence of value. All through the 1990s, the film business experienced a few times of good and bad times, an impression of its reliance on state subsidizing and motivations. By 2000, the film business in Lahore had felled and saw a slow move of Pakistani performing artists, on-screen characters, makers, and movie producers from Lahore to Karachi. By 2007, the injuries of Pakistan’s fell film industry started to mend and Karachi had established itself as the focal point of Pakistani film. Quality and new innovation prompted a blast of an elective type of Pakistani film. The move has been seen by numerous individuals as the main source for the “resurgence of Pakistani film”. In spite of the business emergency beginning in the mid-1980s, Pakistani movies have held quite a bit of their particular character. Since the move to Karachi, Pakistani movies have indeed started pulling in a solid religion following.

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Chor Machaye Shor is a Pakistani Urdu language film directed by Syed Noor. The film stars Babar Ali, Resham, Sahiba Afzal Khan, and Saud. The film was released on 22 March 1996 and celebrated its Golden Jubilee at Pakistani cinemas in 1996. A re-make of Punjabi film Sohra te Jawai (1980 film).

Super-hit songs from this film
Film song lyrics were written by Riaz ur Rehman Saghar and Saeed Gillani, music was by M. Arshad

“Banno Hamari Anmol, Sajao Doli Dholak Baja Ke” Sung by Shazia Manzoor,Saira Nasim and others

Cast
Reema Khan
Babar Ali
Jan Rambo
Saud
Sahiba Afzal
Resham
Ali Ejaz

Pakistani Cinema Description
The Cinema of Pakistan or Pakistani film alludes to the filmmaking business in Pakistan. Pakistan is home to a few film studios focuses, essentially situated in its two biggest urban areas – Karachi and Lahore. Pakistani film has had an essential impact in Pakistani culture and lately has started thriving again following quite a while of decay, conveying excitement to gatherings of people in Pakistan and exiles abroad. A few film enterprises are situated in Pakistan, which will, in general, be local and specialty in nature. More than 10,000 Urdu include films have been delivered in Pakistan since 1948, just as more than 8000 Punjabi, 6000 Pashto and 2000 Sindhi full-length films. The principal movie at any point delivered was Husn Ka Daku in 1930, coordinated by Abdur Rashid Kardar in Lahore. The principal Pakistani-movie created was Teri Yaad, coordinated by Daud Chand in 1948. Somewhere in the range of 1947 and 2007, Pakistani film was situated in Lahore, home to the country’s biggest film industry (nicknamed Lollywood). Pakistani movies amid this period pulled in vast groups of onlookers and had a solid faction following was a piece of the social standard, generally accessible and imitated by the majority. Amid the mid-1970s, Pakistan was the world’s fourth biggest maker of highlight films. Be that as it may, somewhere in the range of 1977 and 2007, the film business of Pakistan went into decrease because of Islamization, reinforcing of oversight laws and a general absence of value. All through the 1990s, the film business experienced a few times of good and bad times, an impression of its reliance on state subsidizing and motivations. By 2000, the film business in Lahore had felled and saw a slow move of Pakistani performing artists, on-screen characters, makers, and movie producers from Lahore to Karachi. By 2007, the injuries of Pakistan’s fell film industry started to mend and Karachi had established itself as the focal point of Pakistani film. Quality and new innovation prompted a blast of an elective type of Pakistani film. The move has been seen by numerous individuals as the main source for the “resurgence of Pakistani film”. In spite of the business emergency beginning in the mid-1980s, Pakistani movies have held quite a bit of their particular character. Since the move to Karachi, Pakistani movies have indeed started pulling in a solid religion following.

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