The information in this article is incomplete. Insights into the missing information is most welcome. 🙂

Some recent PAFs include:

  • Year 2010
    • Ramleela (Hindi: रामलीला, lit., Ram’s play) by hostels-4,10 and13 on 18 March 2010
    • Panchhi re (Hindi: पंछी रे, lit., O’ Bird) by hostels-1,3,9 and 12 on 22 March 2010 – the winning PAF,winner in 5 out of 9 different parts of paf like script,dance and voice over.
    • Mai Mati (Hindi: , lit., My soil) by hostels-5,6 and 11 on 26 March 2010 – runners up,won best music and costume.
    • Antaragni (Hindi: अंतराग्नि,lit., The Fire Within) by hostels-2,7,8 and Tansa on 30 March 2010 – third position, won Prod and Lights.
  • Year 2009
    • Karvat (Hindi: , lit., Turn aside)by hostels-5,9,12 and Tansa House on 20 March 2009 — third position.
    • If Tomorrow Comes , by hostels- 3, Hostel 8 and Hostel 11 on 23 March 2009 — runners up.
    • Najafgarh, by hostels- 6,7 and 10 on 26 March 2009.
    • Arthur Road, by hostels- 1,2,4 and 13 on 30 March 2009 – the winning PAF. Won all individual trophies except best music and best costumes
  • Year 2008
    • Arsh (Hindi: , lit., Throne) by hostels-1,7,8 and 13 on 18 March 2008 — third position.
    • U-Turn, by hostels- 4,9 and 10 on 21 March 2008 — runners up.
    • 1984, by hostels- 5,6,12 and Tansa House on 25 March 2008 — the winning PAF.
    • The Show Goes On…, by hostels- 2,3 and 11 on 28 March 2008. .
  • Year 2007
    • Aashayein (Hindi: , lit., Hopes) by hostels-3,8,10 on 18 March 2007 – first runner up
    • Saare Jahaan Se Achha (Hindi: , lit., The Best in the World) by hostels- 1,5 ,11 and 13 on 21 March 2007 — the winning PAF.
    • Numb-D, by hostels- 2, 6 and 9 on 24 March 2007.
    • Good Morning, by hostels- 4, 7 and 12 on 27 March 2007.
  • Year 2006 (all in Hindi)
    • Asrār (Hindi: असरार, lit., the secret), by hostels 2, 8 and 7 on 19 March.
    • Kharāshen (Hindi: ख़राशें, lit, the scratches), by hostels 13, 6, 10 and Tansa House on 22 March-first runnerup.
    • Camouflages, by hostels 3, 5 and 12 on 25 March — the first PAF ever to use the F-word and ‘orgasm’.
    • Déja Vu (French, lit., already seen), by hostels 1, 4, 9 and 11 on 28 March — the winning PAF.
  • Year 2005 (all in Hindi)
    • Lāl Rekhā—Ek Marīchikā (Hindi: लाल रेखा—एक मरीचिका, lit., the red line—an illusion), by hostels 2, 7 and 11 on 20 March.
    • Satyoaham (Hindi: सत्योऽहम, lit., I am the truth), by hostels 9, 13 and Tansa House on 23 March.
    • Bombay (Hindi: बॉम्बे), by hostels 1, 5 and 10 on 27 March— first runnerup and Best Prod winner.
    • Kastūrī (Hindi: कस्तूरी, lit., musk), by hostels 4, 8 and 12 on 30 March.
    • Dastak (Hindi: दस्तक, lit., knocking), by hostels 3 and 6 on 2 April— the winning PAF.
  • Year 2004
    • Far from Vietnam, by hostels 3, 9 and 12 on 29 March. (in English)
    • Asāfeer (Hindi: असाफ़ीर, lit., sparrow), by hostels 6, 8 and 11 on 1 April. (in Urdu-rich Hindi)
    • Agnihotra (Hindi: अग्निहोत्र, lit., the fire-sacrifice), by hostels 7, 10 and Tansa House on 26 March. (in Hindi)
    • Āhvān (Hindi: आह्वान, lit., invoking), by hostels 2 and 5 on 23 March. (in Hindi)
    • Lākshāgrih (Hindi: लाक्षागृह, lit., the house made up of shellac), by hostels 4 and 13 on 4 April. (in Hindi) —the winning PAF.
  • Year 2003
    • Le Peintre de Mort (French, lit., the painter of death), by hostels 2 and 3 on 22 March. (in English)
    • Shānte Mrigayam (Hindi: शान्ते मृगयम्, lit., the peaceful deer), by hostels 5 and 6 on 7 April (in Hindi) —the winning PAF. Won all individual trophies except Best Choreo and Best Costume.
    • Child’s Play, by hostels 4 and 11 on 25 March. (in English)
    • Omicidio (Italian, lit., the homicide), by hostels 9, 10 and Tansa on 28 March. (in English)
    • Anth (Hindi: अन्त, lit., the end), by hostels 7 and 8 on 10 April. (in Hindi)
  • Year 2002
    • Avshesh (Hindi: अवशेष, lit., Residue), by hostels 8 & 9 (In Hindi) – the winning PAF.
    • La Isla dela Musica, La Isla del Amor (Spanish, lit., the island of music, the island of love), by hostels 2, 10 and Tansa on 4 April (In English) – first runnersup.
    • Aham Brahmasmi (Hindi: अहम् ब्रह्मास्मि, lit., I am Brahman), by hostels 4 & 5. (in Hindi)
    • Aahuti (Hindi: आहुति, lit. the sacrifice), by hostels 1, 3 and 11 on 21 March. (in Hindi)
    • 14:12 (a Biblical reference), by hostels 6 & 7. (in English)
  • Year 2001
    • Thespian, by hostels 2 and 7 (In English) — the winning PAF.
    • Dansh (Hindi: दंश, lit., the snake-bite), by hostels 4 and 9. (In Hindi)
    • Asakth (Hindi: आसक्त, lit., the addiction), by hostels 8 and 10. (In Hindi)
    • Nimaad (Hindi: निमाड, popular for maa reva, the river Narmada) by hostel 3 alone. (In Hindi)
    • Pratyancha (Hindi: प्रत्यंचा, lit., the Bowstring), by hostels 5 & 11. (In Hindi)
  • Year 2000
    • Rashtroday (Hindi: राष्ट्रोदय, lit., the rise of the nation) by hostels 2 and 9. (In Hindi)
    • Al-Qasas (Hindi: अल-क़सस, Urdu / Arabic: lit., The Story), by hostels 5 and 8 (In Hindi) — the winning PAF.
    • Sarhad (Hindi: सरहद, lit., border), by hostels 3 and 4. (In Hindi)
  • Year 1999
    • Abhimanyu (Hindi: अभिमन्यु, see Abhimanyu of the Hindu mythology), by hostels 4 and 7 – The Winning PAF. (In Hindi)
    • Where There is a Will, by hostels 3, 10 and Tansa. (In English)
    • All for Love, by hostels 5, and 6. (In English)
  • Year 1998
    • The Dream Theater, by hostel 2 and 3 – The Winning PAF (In English)
    • OR, by hostel 4 and 5 (In English)
    • The Artist, by hostel 6 & 7 (In English)
    • Ek Adhura Kalpavriksha – Hostel 9 & 10
  • Year 1997
    • …In Love and War, by hostels 2 and 5 (In English)
    • Nightfall, by hostels 6 and 8 (In English – based on the Isaac Asimov story) – The Runner Up
    • Mrigtrishna , by hostels 7, 10 and Tansa (In English) – The Winning PAF
        • Sachin Jade (H3) won the best actor award
  • Year 1995
    • The End, by Hostels 4 and 8 – Joint Winner
    • Harlequin Chevalerie, by Hostels 2 and 7 – Joint Winner
    • The Twilight Zone, by Hostels H9, H11, and H1
  • Year 1994
    • Raga Saaga, by Hostel 7 and 8 – The Winning PAF
    • “Any Dream Will Do” by H3 and H10
    • The Unforgiven, by Hostels H9 and H4
  • Year 1993
    • Locomotivation, by Hostel 8 and 9 – The Winning PAF
  • Year 1991
    • Moonstone, by Hostel 6 and 9
    • Songs of a Distant Earth, by Hostel 2 and 7 – The Winning PAF