Will Priyanka Chopra be Meghan Markle’s bridesmaid?

It is no secret that Priyanka Chopra and Meghan Markle are something of a BFF Mutual admiration society so we cannot really be blamed for thinking that Ms Chopra might have been asked to be a bridesmaid at the Royal Wedding happening on May 19th. C’mon they have gone to see theatre together and even…

Meesha Shafi accuses Ali Zafar of sexual harassment in shocking statement

In what is the first revelation of its kind from the Pakistani entertainment industry, powerhouse singer and actress Meesha Shafi has just spoken out about harrowing sexual harassment by one of her peers, Ali Zafar. In a shocking tweet, Meesha opened up about how she finally found the strength to speak up. Meesha went on…

Parchi: Here’s Why You Need To Go Watch It Now!

By: Ayesha Babar When the film makers who have previously brought films like Siyaah and Janaan to our screens announced their next Parchi, we were incredibly excited to see what would be on offer. The trailer of the film promised a rather different genre for Pakistani cinema – somewhere in the thriller-comedy space – which…

Five street foods you need to try on your next holiday!

If you are anything like us, then a holiday abroad means experiencing different cuisines – and what better place to do that, then to have the local street food available. Here are our top five street food cities in the world – so that you can start planning your next vacation! 😉 PHO, Vietnam:  Pho…

Sajal Aly wows audiences with her singing!

Sajal Aly has just wowed audiences by singing the title track of her drama O Rungreza. In the duet with Sahir Ali Bagga, Sajal Aly proves that in addition to being one of the finest actors of her generation, she also sings beautifully! Over the past few months, Sajal has definitely become the darling of…

Yalghaar : An emotional reminder of the cost of war

By Ayesha Babar As a quintessential 90’s kid in Pakistan, I grew up on a healthy dose of patriotic television content. Much of this programming centered on the armed forces and their single-tracked focus to protect the country against all odds. Most Pakistani millennials will confess to watching these shows over and over again –…

Bano Qudsia, in remembrance.

Inna lilahe wa Inna Ilahe rajioun. Growing up, these two were such a massive influence on my life. My parents would take us to the ‘baithaks’ at their place and we would sit there for hours listening to Ashfaq Ahmed and Bano Qudsia talk about life. As I moved cities, those experiences and life lessons…