If you are tired of the same stories and genre of the television drama serials then Pakistani short films on the web are the breath of fresh air. These short films can bring you nostalgia, love, horror, mystery, and comedy and can delve into all genres. If you are someone who gets sick of prolonged stories with no near ending, these short films are just for you. So let’s have a look at some Pakistani short films that can offer you a complete pack of entertainment.
Pakistani Short Films You Should Definitely Watch
Paying Guest (Saifee Hassan and Muneeb Butt)
The story revolves around a young man who is in search of a house to be a paying guest. Finally, he finds a house, where he meets an interesting woman who seems a little mysterious. Everything goes on smoothly but the story takes a turn when the resident’s owner tells him that woman is not alive. Paying Guest is a horror and a nail-biter story and I hope that you would like to watch this amazing short film.
Ab Buss (Sanam Saeed)
Ab Buss is an existing story starting with Sanam Saeed. At a point, Sanam Saeed seems like she is a part of a crime, the way she was trying on Burqa (but that would be the “Churail’s” effect on me). The film gets too suspenseful when viewers find out about the collection of knives that Sanam has. But at the end, the film turns in a powerful message ingrained in it. If you watch the end one time you will want to watch it all again with a different viewpoint, and then you would consider Sanam’s every act justified.
Champa Chambeli (Salman Shahid)
Champa Chambeli is a film that revolves around two friends, and the film is full of fun because of their friendship that delights the viewers. The film undertakes two genuine topics that are fake accounts and Pakistan India friendship. Not only that, in fact, they discuss the people’s economic circumstances on the ground due to the COVID-19 lockdown, and it talks about lonely senior citizen and brings on what make content go viral.
Ammi Jaan ( Gul e Rana)
This short film has an emotional storyline, the film is a masterpiece in itself. The story revolves around dead people and they become friends with each other and they wait for their loved ones to visit them. But because of their busy lives, they have to keep on writing. Big names have worked in this short film, and it should be your must-watch list because of its amazing storyline and it definitely brings tears to your eyes.
Chambeli (Aijaz Aslam)
Chambeli starring Aijaz Aslam, is completely different from “Champa Chambeli”, with an epic twist, exciting visual, and gripping storyline, it keeps one hooked.
These Pakistani short films are true entertainment if you are bored of that daily soaps that seem to be heading nowhere.