Pakistani TV Shows and Movies on Netflix You Can’t Miss! 0 414

Who doesn’t like binging on TV shows on weekend or during their leisure time? Ever since Netflix became available in Pakistan, streaming movies and TV shows has become super convenient!

Being Pakistani, it is hard to not be aware of how the Pakistani show industry has thriving and made superhit dramas and films that feature great acting and a story line that is highly bingeworthy!

Netflix has featured some of the greatest Pakistani dramas and movies that is a must-see. You can get your Netflix subscription on Daraz at amazing rates, so you can get that quality content with ease!

Here’s a list of some of the greatest Pakistani dramas and movies available on Netflix!

Moor (Film)

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Director: Jami
Writer: Jami
Cast:  Sheikh Aman, Joshinder Chaggar, Nayyar Ejaz 
Year: 2015
Rating: ⭐7.7/10

Plot

When his wife dies unexpectedly, Wahidullah Khan (Hameed Sheikh), a poor train station master of a small, remote town in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, must come to terms not only with her death and his own childhood demons. The choice between facilitating a web of corruption and his morals and duties. Set against the backdrop of the decline of the railways system in Pakistan, ‘Moor’ is a story about the meaning of loyalty to one’s land, one’s family and one’s principles.


Khaani (Drama)

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Director: Anjum Shahzad
Writer: Asma Nabeel
Cast: Sana Javed, Feroze Khan
Year: 2017
Rating: ⭐8.0/10

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Plot

Khaani is Pakistani Crime and Romance Drama that starts with Sanam Khan (Sana Javed) as a timid and pragmatic girl; her sisters tease her with the title “Khaani”. Her one and only brother Sarim is soon to be graduated and has to share the burden of house members, however, events turn dark when he angers a rich, spoilt son of a politician named Mir Hadi (Feroze Khan). A fight ensues, and Sarim is killed by Hadi. Sanam then struggles to avenge the murder of her only brother who was killed by a short-tempered politician only son. Khaani’s chivalry and bravery melts Mir Hadi’s heart and he falls in love with her.


Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai (Film)

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Director: Anjum Shahzad
Writer: Abdul Khaliq Khan
Cast: Feroze Khan, Sajal Ali, Alyy Khan
Year: 2017
Rating: ⭐6.5/10

Plot

This emotional film is based on the story of a young couple struggling with challenges of life. Zain (Feroze Khan) and Mahira (Sajal Ali) who have raised a kid and seem to be struggling with the challenges of life since they married at a very young age. Both are aggressive and follow their own thoughts which affect their relationship due to which their reunion becomes complicated gradually.


Sadkay Tumharay (Drama)

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Director: Ehteshamuddin
Writer: Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar
Cast: Mahira Khan, Adnan Malik
Year: 2014-15
Rating: ⭐7.5/10

Plot

Set in the 1980s Pakistani society and based on the writer’s real-life story, Sadqay Tumhare follows the story of Shano (Mahira Khan). On the very day when Shano was born, her maternal aunt, Inayat, lovingly asks Shano’s mother, Rasheeda, for Shano’s hand in marriage for her son, Khalil (Adnan Malik). An arranged engagement between a village girl and her city cousin shows signs of true love, but an indiscretion decades ago could doom their romance.


Pinky Memsaab (Film)

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Director: Shazia Ali Khan
Writer: Shazia Ali Khan
Cast: Hajira Yamin, Kiran Malik, Adnan Jaffar 
Year: 2018
Rating: ⭐6.5/10

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Plot

The film opens to 21-year old Pinky (Hajra Yamin) about to leave her home village in Pakistan for a new job in Dubai. To Pinky, who has never left her village, the airplane, the airport at Dubai, all of Dubai with its glass and steel and air-conditioning is a shock.. The lives of a gullible maid; a beautiful socialite; an ambitious investment banker and a happy go lucky chauffeur are entwined together in Dubai, in this bitter-sweet tale of self-discovery.


Zindagi Gulzaar Hai (Drama)

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Director: Sultana Siddiqui
Writer: Umera Ahmed
Cast:  Fawad Khan, Sanam Saeed, Sheheryar Munawar, Samina Peerzada
Year: 2012-13
Rating: ⭐9.0/10

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Plot

The story revolves around the lives of two families which are poles apart. Kashaf Murtaza (Sanam Saeed) and Zaroon Junaid (Fawad Khan) protagonists belong to these families. Kashaf comes from a lower-middle-class family background and lives with her mother Rafia (Samina Peerzada). The family has to face hardships as a result of all this Kashaf develops insecurity and concerns about gender inequality, class difference and distrust in men.


Cake (Film)

Director: Anjum Shahzad
Writer: Abdul Khaliq Khan
Cast: Feroze Khan, Sajal Ali, Alyy Khan
Year: 2017
Rating: ⭐6.5/10

Plot:

“Cake” a story about love, loss and passage of time. A woman who takes care of her ageing parents and their land is joined by her sister when their parents’ health worsens. It’s a story about love, loss and life and death – all the things that we are familiar with. The movie showcases their conflicts in dealing with their relationships.


Humasafar (Drama)

Director: Anjum Shahzad
Writer: Abdul Khaliq Khan
Cast: Feroze Khan, Sajal Ali, Alyy Khan
Year: 2017
Rating: ⭐6.5/10

Plot

Khirad Ahsaan (Mahira Khan) belongs to a small middle-class community in Hyderabad and lives with her widowed mother, Maimoona (Saba Faisal). To fulfill her mother’s dying wish, Khirad marries elite Ashar but his mother and Ashar’s childhood friend, Sara (Naveen Waqar), who is in love with him disapprove of this marriage and plot to turn Ashar against his wife. Khirad is caught within this love-triangle with other internal and external forces at play.


Balu Mahi (Film)

Director: Anjum Shahzad
Writer: Abdul Khaliq Khan
Cast: Feroze Khan, Sajal Ali, Alyy Khan
Year: 2017
Rating: ⭐6.5/10

Plot

The movie begins with Bilal “Balu” (Osman Khalid Butt) gatecrashing a wedding with the goal of preventing it. He mistakenly believes the bride is his ex-girlfriend, whom he still loves. The plot thickens when he discovers the bride is Mahi (Ainy Jaffri), not his ex, and that she is being forced into an arranged marriage by her family.


Chalay Thay Saath (Film)

Director: Anjum Shahzad
Writer: Abdul Khaliq Khan
Cast: Feroze Khan, Sajal Ali, Alyy Khan
Year: 2017
Rating: ⭐6.5/10

Plot:

Beautiful and adventurous doctor Resham meets a handsome Chinese backpacker named Adam while travelling with friends on a journey of self-discovery. The film depicts a cross-border love story.


Janaan (Film)

Director: Anjum Shahzad
Writer: Abdul Khaliq Khan
Cast: Feroze Khan, Sajal Ali, Alyy Khan
Year: 2017
Rating: ⭐6.5/10

Plot:

Meena (Armeena Khan), a Pashtun student living in Vancouver, Canada, travels to Swat, Pakistan for her cousin Palwasha’s (Hania Amir) wedding. It is a story of a Pakhtun girl who returns from Canada to attend her cousin’s wedding in Swat, Pakistan and falls in love.

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