Come watch the film with passion and unity, this is an honest film made for you Pakistan and it is made by Pakistan.”
Rakesh Roshan, spoke about "Krrish 3" and why children are a crucial audience for Bollywood films.
Riaz spoke to Dawn.com about his childhood memories and his passion for music.
‘The Thousand Faces of Eve’ – A series by Raja Changez Sultan on exhibit at the Full circle gallery.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
An exhibition of artworks by six artists titled ‘Urdu digest illustrated’ opened at ArtChowk.
Dawn.com gives you a list of some of the productions that deserve a tribute for making our year so entertaining.
With UAE celebrating its 41st National Day on Sunday, December 02, 2012, Dawn.com gives you a glance of the country, its buildings and attractions.
“Students often question us if Shahrukh Khan could participate in Exchange for Change, or if Karachi also have tall buildings like they do in Mumbai."
Mohib and Aamina’s uncensored thoughts on the entertainment industry and its content, ratings and quality.
"For me, the most interesting divas however, were in the crowd and I just couldn't resist the temptation to make quick sketches of them.”
Malik was nominated for Shoaib Mansoor’s social drama 'Bol', based on a female convict on death row whose last wish is to tell her story to the media.
Josh will be showcased at the prestigious MAMI (Mumbai Film Festival) in the world cinema category.
A quick glance at the stills from the the movie Josh, with images of the cast.
From mainstream designers' presenting their collections to the National Women's Football Championship. Here's how Pakistan spent the weekend.
A total of 13 designers and four make-up artists will feature on four days, with each day hosting an exclusive style/trend show.
A sneak peak of the L'Oreal Paris Bridal Week 2012 where exquisite models twirled in designer's creations.
She’s the ramp’s favourite wild child; fiery-haired, kohl-eyed, tempestuous, coquettishly playful one instant and elegantly sultry the next.
Mohsin Hamid talks to Dawn.com how his novel “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” was shaped into a feature film.
Highlights from decades and anniversaries past as depicted on the front page of the daily Dawn.