Are we all pushing to be NormCore, or can Pakistan actually embrace Hipster-ism?
We have spent a lifetime cultivating our own identity, and fickle as it's often made out to be, it does exist.
Only when you cross the thin portals into the glorious Hyderabad of before do you realise how fascinating this city was.
Just another attempt at an erotic thriller with steamy scenes and weak storyline.
We've had a history of great comedy shows to prove our audience is intelligent enough to process smarter jokes.
'Khushwant Singh: The Legend Lives On', is a compilation of obituaries written by friends, relatives and acquaintances.
Perusing various lists was great fun, but often, they did not feature a single book by a non-British, non-white writer.
Blaming the internet or the victim for violation of online privacy is an ill-informed approach that perpetuates abuse.
Only in misogynist societies will one find people decrying vulgarity for a-dime-a-dozen.
Predictable and plodding, the movie is neither comic enough nor thrilling enough to be memorable.
The memoirs of James Burnes have fascinating things to say about the Talpur Mir dynasty of Sindh.
Despite a few shortcomings, the show broke cliches, overacting was curbed, pacing was fair, dialogues were poignant.
It was surreal, standing right next to the single-storey building where Orwell was born over a century ago.
The film is missing the ingredients of a Rohit Shetty classic.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" is different; a visual treat, funny and wildly entertaining.
Many people are unaware that we possess only chunks of the archives from PTV's early and golden days.
Swatting flies away from his produce, a fruit seller talks about his take on independence and inqilaab.
Naive as it may be, sir, I am troubled everyday with one question: What kind of a country did you want to create?
The #Mpower Fest aims to link the socially conscious with opportunities to effect positive change in the society.
The thousands of years old city is a place where old and young, past and present, rich and poor truly live in harmony.
A madrassa now stands in place of the Eid Gah in Lyari to protect it from land grabbers.