Reviews

Reviews

Read the reviews of Pakistani movies by the critics/reviewers of Galaxy Lollywood.

Arth (Review): This masterclass in brilliant acting is simply unmissable

Movie Name: Arth Release Date: December 21, 2017 Director: Shaan Shahid Review by: Momin Ali Munshi A schizophrenic superstar, a has been singer, a frustrated housewife, and a cheating husband. What happens...

Motorcycle Girl (Review): A champion film on an odd-beating hero

Movie Name: Motorcycle Girl Release Date: April 20, 2018 Director: Adnan Sarwar Review by: Sameer Anwar Adnan Sarwar’s biopic of Zenith Irfan’s solo journey from Lahore to Khunjerab,...

Na Band Na Baraati (Review): Pakistani cinema at its worst

Movie Name: Na Band Na Baraati Release Date: June 16, 2018 Director: Mehmood Akhtar Review by: Momin Ali Munshi As I sit here penning my review, there is one thought...

Jawani Phir Nahi Ani ( Review): This laugh out loud riot is the definition...

Movie Name: Jawani Phir Nahi Ani Release Date: September 25, 2015 Director: Nadeem Baig Review by: Momin Ali Munshi They say actions speak louder than words and this statement could not be...

(Review): Bin Roye; a film where romance leads and emotions follow. A classic ‘Hum’...

Movie Name: Bin Roye Release Date: July 18, 2015 (Eid-ul-Fitr) Director: Shahzad Kashmiri & Momina Duraid Review by: Aayan Mirza HUM is perhaps the only entertainment channel in Pakistan...

Zinda Bhaag (Review): Fil-lum set aay, Fil-lum hit aay and it might just win...

The directors did not spoon feed the conclusion rather ended it on an impactful note, leaving the cinemagoer to think about the seriousness of the situation. All in all this is one film you should not miss! (Read More)

Swaarangi (Review): A movie with a soul despite serious shortcomings but not “controversial” at...

The release of Swaarangi became highly eventful because of the series of events and incidents that took place before release. The film was already amongst the...

Moor (Review): It’s Pakistani cinema at its finest

Moor's is a beautiful story set in the backdrop of the eventual fall of Pakistan Railways, most specifically in the Zhob-Bostan areas of Balochistan province, due to the rising corruption in the department and the subsequent birth of land and route-bus mafias; spiralling and entangling the common local lives of the area and those with honest attachment to their land and Railways.

Tamanna (Review): Watch it for Acting, Music and the Mansion says Aayan Mirza

Direction was where Steven Moore showed his real mettle since he also wrote the film. It was good, new and refreshing. A few bits that would look extremely ordinary in between the film, but

Dekh Magar Pyaar Say (Review): You’d be better off not visiting this Asad Ul...

Movie Name: Dekh Magar Pyaar Say Release Date: August 14, 2015 Director: Asad Ul Haq Review by: Momin Ali Munshi Before a film starts, the opening credits play on...