This famous actress was born in 1985 in Lahore to a submissive, heartbroken mother who also cried a lot. All the time.
In Sindh and especially Karachi, Bombay is still alive as a brand, identity and a living piece of history.
It’s a sign of changing times that Bollywood’s top heroines are sticking their necks out to point out this disparity.
“Being a public figure allows you to talk on misconceptions about Pakistani people, and reduce the culture gap.”
This fiery red dish has the honour of being among the 36-course ceremonial Kashmiri wazwan.
The bright lights of fame obscure financial challenges musicians face when consumers no longer need to pay for music.
They say we can’t see the beauty around us because we are so absorbed in our phones, texting and facebooking.
Within a few hours of being in Lahore, it seemed that the entire city was going out of its way to welcome me.
As important as treasuring something and holding it dear is celebrating it, sharing it and passing it on: Meesha Shafi.
PTV has historically fought against all kinds of adversities. Let us hope it is able to revive its lost glory.
Popularly a subcontinental curry, Vindaloo is a Goan adaptation of the Portuguese dish 'Carne de vinha d'alhos'.
Pakistani television faces a dearth of dramatic storytelling, but marriage plots aren't the problem, their treatment is.
The overwhelming Muslim population that frequents Edgware Road ironically likes to party as much as it likes to pray.
'Godfather' starring Tushar Kapoor would flop but the story of 'Humpty Dumpty' starring Shahrukh Khan would not.
The story of the Pakka Fort is an absorbing tale, one documenting the rise and fall of different rulers.
The end product, though not utterly horrendous, is still just a shell of its former self.
Whether you move here from abroad or elsewhere in Pakistan, Karachi will change you – and not always for the better.
While Robert spent a life of luxury at the Governor House, Hasrat spent his participating in the movement and in jail.
In author Bina Shah’s new novel, 'A Season for Martyrs', what history has torn apart, fiction brings together.
I'm rather partial to Akhbar-e-Jehan's charm, but the magazine needs to address some major issues.
Harassment is everywhere if one looks hard enough, so naturally, few ever do.