YouTube was where you went to get famous. Now the already super duper famous are trying to make it their home ground.
Which is exactly what makes it a frustrating but powerful watch. Also, the acting...oh, the acting.
Over the course of 72 hours, I saw firsthand the relatively well-oiled machine that is an overseas award show.
We also spoke to acid attack survivors to see how accurate the show's portrayal was.
The actor reflects on how life has changed since YKS, what patriotism means to him, future projects and a whole lot more
I had expected the drama to do a surface-level sweep of a woman’s life altered by an acid attack, but it's so much more.
“We only ever want to talk about an actor’s sense of style, roles or controversies. And I’m sick of this," she tell me.
A few times I was left thinking that maybe now I understood the allure of cult leaders.
He went from working for the UN to full-time actor; Ali's fifth film, Heer Maan Ja is out this Eid.
It's high time we see how sexual harassment affects common folks like young girls working desk jobs or housemaids.
He's known as the progressive (and handsome!) spouse in Cheekh, but this candid chat reveals he's also so much more.
Seems like misogynistic, patriarchal themes are here to stay for second season of the hit comedy show
Makeup artist Maliha Khan’s masterclass with Nargis Fakhri felt like a cosy, make-up obsessed sleepover.
The eight-part series is an uncompromising and unconditional love letter to Mumbai and her people
My time at the Pakistan International Film Festival revealed how state inefficiency brings cinema down
PIFF seemed to have it all: celebs, film screenings and a stellar location. Then why didn't it make more of an impact?
Ahad Raza Mir's character is a new type of man that the industry has yet to fully latch onto
Bushra and Hina Bayat share how they navigate the social media commentary about their looks and sartorial choices
Women are always expected to bear the burden of birth control, though it should be the concern of both
"With this resume I wanted to impress recruiters in Canada and the US in a different way," Muhammad says.
Businesses can't afford to ignore the wants and needs of Muslims — now 23 percent of the world population