Sabyasachi x Khush Wedding: A Tale Of Dreamy Couture

Marking an exciting first, leading bridal publication, Khush Wedding, has collaborated with eminent, Indian couturier, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, for its first issue of 2021. One of India’s biggest couture, bridal and celebrity designers with an international profile, Mukherjee has designed an exclusive bridal collection for Khush Wedding’s latest cover and cover story. Actor and fashion muse, Aditi Rao Hydari, graces the milestone cover in the avatar … Continue reading Sabyasachi x Khush Wedding: A Tale Of Dreamy Couture

Wonder Woman brings female empowerment to the fore

Anticipation has been building for everyone to go back to the theatres to get the full cinematic experience. After “Tenet”, “Wonder Woman 1984” is the next blockbuster to be released by Warner Bros. in theatres and fans have been excited to see Diana Prince’s next adventure. Directed by Patty Jenkins, the film stars Gal Gadot, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal and Chris Pine, and will follow … Continue reading Wonder Woman brings female empowerment to the fore

Velo Sound Station – The Atif Aslam Edit: What We Liked What We Didn’t

Sooooo Velo Sound Station is here to make commercial music more inaccessible to the average homegrown singer, wanting to make it big in Pakistan. Butttt, the music isn’t so bad. AND it has Atif Aslam, and we all know you can’t go wrong with Atif Aslam. Music show not going well, add Atif Aslam. Movie box office is not nice, Atif Aslam ke gaaney daal … Continue reading Velo Sound Station – The Atif Aslam Edit: What We Liked What We Didn’t

Iqbal Day 2020

“Khudi ko ker buland itna ke har taqdeer se pehle,⁣Khuda bande se khud poochay bata teri raza kya hai?” ⁣⁣On Iqbal Day today, we are commemorating Allama Iqbal’s birth by revisiting some of his most poignant poetry. ⁣⁣This particular couplet, that we have been hearing since we were kids (I guess Junoon also had a part to play in its popularity), has a much deeper … Continue reading Iqbal Day 2020

Barnardo’s Launches UK’s First Helpline Supporting Vulnerable Black, Asian And Minority Ethnic Children And Families Impacted By COVID-19

UK’s first helpline offering lifeline to communities hardest hit by the pandemic was launched earlier this month. An urgently needed helpline supporting vulnerable Black, Asian and minority ethnic children and families, who have been hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis, was launched on October 1st, by children’s charity Barnardo’s. The first of its kind in the UK, the helpline, therapeutic support and live webchat facility … Continue reading Barnardo’s Launches UK’s First Helpline Supporting Vulnerable Black, Asian And Minority Ethnic Children And Families Impacted By COVID-19

Churails packs a solid punch

If you are a desi, chances are that over the past few days, you must have heard the buzz surrounding one of Pakistan’s first few digital releases, Churails. The show has been released on the Zee5 platform, under the ‘Zindagi’ programming umbrella that features the best of Pakistani content. Asim Abbasi, who made everyone sit up and take notice with “Cake” last year, is at … Continue reading Churails packs a solid punch

Barnardo’s To Set Up ‘See, Hear, Respond Partnership’ For Kids In Crisis Over COVID

More than a million parents1 believe their child could benefit from professional help in thewake of the coronavirus lockdown, according to a new survey by Barnardo’s.The poll of more than 1,000 British parents conducted by YouGov2 for the leadingchildren’s charity also reveals that more than half (58%) of parents have found it difficultto cope with their children during lockdown at some point. Almost a third … Continue reading Barnardo’s To Set Up ‘See, Hear, Respond Partnership’ For Kids In Crisis Over COVID