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Pahariwood is the name of the Pothwari filming industry that is based in the city of Mirpur, Azad Kashmir in Pakistan. Films produced by Pahariwood are in the Pothwari language.

List of films

The notable Potowari films produced by Pahariwood, based in Kotli, in Azad Kashmir, are as follows:

  • Nahla Pe Dahla
  • Paira Chaska Walayat Naa
  • Sayr Upar Sawa Sayr
  • Mister Saadah
  • Khushiyaan
  • Chabarey
  • Khaie Aaye O
  • Nikka Raja
  • Chan Mhara Charya
  • Chan Pardeshi
  • Uchay Shamlay
  • Maye Ni Maye
  • Mobile Mohabtaan
  • Main Ve Kukarr Khasaa
  • Red Passport Nay Rolay
  • Phapa Aaya Pakistan
  • Acho Khairi Naal

All these films are part of the Potowari TV series Miki Kharo (Make Me).

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