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Lollywood – The Period full of Ups and Downs – (1991-1999)

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Ghoonghat, a family musical drama with delightful melodies by Amjad Bobby made big profits for the producer and the distributors. Shaan appeared in the film as an obsessive psychopath and gave a fantastic performance.

The nineties saw complete downfall of the film industry with the demise of Nazrul Islam. There were no good directors to make good films, the situation nose-dived further as satellite TV, cable and CD invaded the market. Directors like Iqbal Kashmiri, Sangeeta and Pervaiz Rana churned out mediocrity in dozens. Syed Noor who has scripted around two hundred films in the 70s and 80s, turned to direction and came out with Qasam, Sargam, Sangam, Ghoonghat, Deewaney Terey Pyar Key, and Daku Rani. He showed some spark, but it turned out to be as temporary as a spark is. The director chose to go the quantity way and dipped himself into a pool of films. The decade also saw rise, fall and rise of Shaan who made an entry with Javed Fazil’s Bulandi (1990), but lost his way in the industry with time. The actor bounced back with Sangeeta’s Khilona (1996), and then ruled the box office throughout the decade – Aijaz Gul

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3 Comments

  1. why you dont for us that kind of movies like ful of ochestra. i have a lot of stories that show pakistani beauty and music in the form of orchestra……………………………………. <3 u PAKISTAN.

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