List of Urdu-language Films

List Of Urdu-language Films

A list of Urdu language films in year order. The films listed here are mostly from Pakistan. For a full list of Pakistani films which includes Punjabi language, and Bengali language films in addition to Urdu see List of Pakistani films. Most films from Bollywood (India) are in mixed Hindi and Urdu with a spectrum ranging from entirely Urdu to mostly Hindi. See article on Hindustani language and list of Bollywood films

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