"The Indian government has banned the airing of their content in our country. Bollywood is not an option anymore.”
The veteran actor dishes on losing awards, being picky with her work, KRQ and favouritism in Lollywood among other things
Yesteryear film star Resham is a changed woman, content in her own world of a belief in destiny and spirituality, close
Associating nepotism with the young Raza Talish wouldn’t be fair. Anyone familiar with his acting work will acknowledge that he is
In his newly launched web-series, he chronicles his journey narrating a monologue through the changing scenery.
The actor-turned-director has faced allegations of nepotism for her hit drama Ruswai and survived a near-fatal bout of Covid-19
A trip down memory lane reveals that, long before lawn and bling smothered our senses, proud fashion forward moments did exist.
Looking at Deepak Perwani 26 years on, one often wonders whatever happened to the rockstar designer from the past? Is fashion
“If only artists had done so in the past, our intellectual rights wouldn’t be infringed so callously."
Designer Ansab Jahangir’s five-year-long career in fashion can be considered a road map for new designers trying to build a strong
It’s not an easy transition, but moving to Karachi is currently a requirement for any Pakistani actor.
A few decades ago, Lahore, with its film industry was the Mecca for Pakistani actors. But over the past two decades, Karachi,
"Rahat especially drove down from Lahore to record the video. We hope to release it after the first 10 days of Muharram."
Will the post-Covid world bring in a new, better era for local fashion? Or will it continue stagnating on catwalks?
A typical ‘happily ever after’ screen romance can only be as convincing as the lead couple’s chemistry on screen. Icon takes a
Fashion’s new marketing obsession has brands working with multiple celebrities at one and the same time
A life constantly in the limelight, perpetually open for public dissection, constantly sidestepping a minefield of political
Designer Nauman Arfeen understands his customers and what they like: elegant, understated menswear in subtle tones, sans
From harmful toxins to the obvious colonial hangover, the product is problematic in every way and always has been.
An exclusive interview with Pakistan's Turkish sweetheart.