‘’Beyond the idea of right and wrong, there’s a field. I’ll meet you there”, nothing could describe Aina and Amaan better as I watched the last few minutes of Yeh Dil Mera. Yeh Dil Mera, ending after 33 episodes, had a formidable team behind it – a Momina Duraid production, penned by the wonderful Farhat Ishtiaq, with Ahsen Talish of Suno Chanda fame in the … Continue reading YEH DIL MERA: A BRAVE ENDEAVOUR
So now that we (along with every other Pakistani) have taken some time to come to terms with the ending of ‘Meray Paas Tum Ho’, here are all the things that made us go WTF about the last episode! P.S. Before we start, kudos to the director, Nadeem Baig, and the actors Humayun Saeed, Adnan Siddiqui, Ayeza Khan, Hira Mani and especially Shees, for creating … Continue reading Here Are 8 WTF Moments From The Meray Paas Tum Ho Finale
The veteran Bollywood actress Sridevi passed away in February this year. Her sudden demise left her family and fans in grief and shock. Last month it was announced that Sridevi had received the top acting honours, the Best Actress National Award, for her brilliant performance in Mom. Sridevi, essayed the role of a mother who fights for her daughter, played by Pakistani actress Sajal Aly, … Continue reading Sridevi’s daughters receive National Award on her behalf
As always, some of Pakistan’s top celebrities stepped on to the LUX Style Awards in their finest. We saw an interesting mix of Pakistani and international designers, especially on the leading ladies. Here’s a list of our favourites from the night and also some which left us a bit blah! Sajal Aly: We LOVE an eastern jora done right and everything about Sajal’s look … Continue reading LUX Style Red Carpet: Hits & Misses!
The moon calms and thus energizes our sense, which in turn sparks a clarity of purpose within us. The dark softness beckons us to look inward into our own creative being.The moon casts a soothing and relaxing effect on us at that time of the evening when we switch on the lights to make the world around us bright and colourful. Taking this concept, THE … Continue reading Have you seen the After Moon Show with Yasir yet?
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 – from ‘Dhuan’ based on the police services, to ‘Ghazi Shaheed’ … Continue reading Yalghaar : An emotional reminder of the cost of war