(GL Exclusive) Bajrangi Bhaijan is not releasing in Pakistan; Read the entire inside story.

by Momin Ali Munshi


Will he? or  Will he not? That is exactly the question which is on everyone’s mind. While there are those who are eagerly anticipating the arrival of the beloved “Bajrangi Bhaijan” there are others for whom this name is like a nightmare. The impending release of this Salman Khan starer is surely the hottest topic of discussion among the Pakistani public and even more so for the trade people for whom this film is like a sword hanging on their heads. There have been many reports as to the release status of the film but Galaxy Lollywood here brings you the super exclusive post which will expose the inside workings and will tell what’s really going on  behind the scenes and that why will the film SURELY NOT RELEASE in Pakistan.


The music of Bin Roye launches with a bang and release of two video songs “Ballay Ballay” and “Teray Bina Jeena”

by Zeeshan Mahmood

This weekend proved to be highly exciting one for Pakistani cinema with the back to back music launch of two films releasing this Eid. Yesterday, the songs of “Wrong Number” created a lot of buzz and today the music of “Bin Roye” is launched with the release of videos of two songs which made us fall in love with them.

Bin Roye soundtrack consists of six songs done by artists both from Pakistan and India in very unique combinations. The title song “Bin Roye” is composed and sung by Sheraz Uppal. A wedding dance number “Ballay Ballay” is sung by Sheraz Uppal and Harshdeep Kaur. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan lends his voice to “Terey Bina Jina” which is composed by Sahir Ali Bagga. Shani Arshad collaborated with Rekha Bhardwaj for “Chan Charya” and living legend Abida Parveen and Zeb Bangash for “Maula Maula”. Another song is composed by Waqar Ali and sung by Bollywood’s favorite singer Ankit Tiwari.


3 Bahadur (Review): Pakistan’s first animated feature film is a brave and sincere effort and lays a foundation for children’s cinema

Movie name: 3 Bahadur

Release Date: 22 May, 2015

Director: Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy

Music: Sheraz Upal

Review by: Zeeshan Mahmood

3 Bahadur (3 Brave) is the first animated feature film of Pakistan and this exclusiveness has given it a special recognition and made it one of the most talked about films of this year. The good thing is that the film proved itself worthy of it and successfully laid the foundation of children’s cinema in Pakistan.


3 Bahadur opens with a star-studded premiere in Lahore and gives a hint about the sequel

by Zeeshan Mahmood

3 Bahadur, the first animated feature film of Pakistan, had its star-studded premiere in Lahore on Wednesday night and it was attended by film and fashion fraternity. The crowd consisted of not only elders but also children who were, obviously, more exciting than others and were the true stars of the night.

Ali Zafar, Meera, Misha Shafi, Ali Azmat, HSY and Mehreen Saeed increased the glitz and glamour quotient of the red carpet with their presence. The crowd pulled towards them as they arrived.