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
The global halal market is worth trillions and caters to everything from food to cosmetics to adult toys
Is it okay to escape from the violence of our reality into a world where problems can be solved with a few finger taps?
Some people are just unlucky when it comes to the law. And then, there are those who are made unlucky by the system.
As parents bury their dreams again, it's undeniably clear that even after APS Pakistan’s response was, at best, lukewarm
Our new prime minister may be the one to guide the nation out of its quagmire.
The women of JPNA are relegated to a footnote in the film designed only to interact with and support their men.
It's not surprising that Salman Khan has been shown leniency by the courts; an unspoken right of the prestigious.
I have carefully curated a list of Pakistan’s sexiest men. Feast now, thank me later.
“How can you be depressed? You have it all.”
Adnan Syed became a sort of folktale – a bogeyman used by Pakistani-American parents to warn their kids.
Despite flashes of brilliance by international musicians and promising promos, Coke Studio lacked the desired impact.
As the battle between evil and good continues to rage, Moin Khan's journey is that much more necessary for Pakistanis.