For mother’s sake

Published Sep 09, 2012 12:05am

Though Sania Saeed has become a bit more composed with age, she hasn’t lost her youthful ebullience when it comes to hosting a show about the role of celebrities’ mothers in their lives. The programme that she conducts is a decent effort given the kind of frivolity that today television has become synonymous with.

The episode on which Zeba Bakhtiar talked about her mother was worth watching and Sania S asked the right questions (most of the time). Pakistani television needs more of such sensitive, unpretentious programmes, not the drivel which is offered in the name of ‘reality shows’.


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