Punjab Nahi Jaungi vs Na Maloom Afraad 2 – A quick comparison of what to expect

The big day has arrived where two of our biggest movies of this year Punjab Nahi Jaungi and Na Maloom Afraad 2 release. Na Maloom Afraad 2 is a sequel to a very successful first part where as Punjab Nahi Jaungi brings back the team of Jawani Phir Nahi Ani which still is our highest grosser. We at Galaxy Lollywod got a chance to watch both the films and first things first, we must say that Pakistan Cinema is flourishing and these two movies are by far the best local films we have brought out in 2017. In this little post, we tell you what both these films have to offer so you know what to expect when you buy that ticket.

Punjab Nahi Jaungi provides wholesome entertainment which will be loved by all kind of audiences especially the families which usually come out on Eid. Na Maloom Afraad 2 is quite entertaining itself but most of the jokes will appeal to the youth, hence this film will click with a certain audience only.

In today’s fast paced life people prefer crisp and tight movies and NMA 2 has this area covered really well as it is just two hours long whereas Punjab Nahi Jaungi spans over two hours and forty minutes.

Khaleel ur Rehman Qamar after a long break is back as a film writer with Punjab Nahi Jaungi which once you see the film will realize is the biggest strength of the film as all the dialogues are such that they will become cult in the near future. Na Maloom Afraad 2, on the other hand, is a breezy entertainer which is enjoyable for its two hour run time but does not carry that soul which makes the film stay with you.

Na Maloom Afraad 2 will definitely see a bigger initial as it has got much higher shows and also a successful first part. Moreover, it is a good entertainer and people won’t come out disappointed. Punjab Nahi Jaungi may suffer in the start but its word of mouth will guarantee a very long run at the box office.

This undoubtedly is the biggest clash for our industry and both the movies are good but it will be interesting to see that whether Khagga’s of Punjab emerge victorious or Na Maloom Afraad’s of Karachi but one thing is certain Pakistan cinema has won!

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