Maha Ali Kazmi's latest song, Jana Nahi, released on Eid Day.
One of the most anticipated films to hit theatres in the near future is Na Maloom Afraad.
The locations, photography and the set are all a visual feast. The theme is old, but even old stories can be told anew.
The film might be titled Na Maloom Afraad but its producer definitely isn’t planning to keep the film unknown for long.
The band is back with their latest music video from their new body of work, 'Mera Naam'.
They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. That adage couldn’t be better suited to Pakistan’s Chef Zakir
After the success of Waar last year, Pakistani audiences seem to have developed a taste for the action thriller genre.
She was part of the Persian royal family for only seven years, yet died a princess
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Mustafa Kamal Khan releases Aorae, a new Pashto rap song, in collaboration with Pakistani rap artist, Adil Omar.
Taha Siddiqui talks about the perils of filming his award-winning documentary on polio in Pakistan.
Can you have it all? We speak to mums in the spotlight about striking the perfect balance between parenting, work
“I like to think it’s about building bridges to prosperity," says designer Naushaba Brohi.
Designers are choosing to go back to the basics in jewellery on local and international runways
“The thing about being successful is that you need to take it in your stride,” says Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.
In the mid-90s, an incident shook the Pakistani corporate world. Ayesha*, a female employee in a multinational...
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy returns with 12-episode TV show that will tackle issues that Pakistanis have been suffering from.
The saieen of saieens and the man behind the mooch, Ali Gul Pir talks about music, terrorism, and YouTube.
After the launch of Hello! Magazine several years ago, it is now OK! Magazine's turn to 'expose' itself to Pakistanis.
Here's what women who have broken cultural barriers in Pakistan think about Afridi’s comments.