Fouzia Nasir Ahmad
Horror is a slowly but steadily developing genre on TV and the latest offering, directed by Qasim Ali Mureed and written by Adeel
As Shehnai continues to seamlessly entertain, it proves that Ahmed Bhatti is better at directing lively storylines (Ghisi Piti
Even though the storyline of a young man (Sarmad Khoosat as Ahsan) being pressurised primarily by his greedy mother Bushra Ansari
With a Haseena Moin vibe to it, Samia Akram Chaudhry’s story, directed by Danish Nawaz, super-entertained us throughout Ramazan.
As the heartbroken Fadi (Feroze Khan) is all set to leave Bahawalpur after Mahi (Iqra Aziz) comes clean to him that she has no
The horoscope-crazy Zain (Seriously! Which millennial man is into horoscopes?) falls for the studious and career-minded Zoya, even
The nooze tightening around horrible Maya’s (Sanam Jung) neck is her own doing. Busy with her extra-marital affair with
Some astounding twists and turns in the story leave us pining for more. When protagonist Alihan (Onur Tuna) discovers an
Director Ahmed Bhatti and writer Radain Shah bring us a brand new storyline for this thoroughly enjoyable rom-com. After their
Between ‘thought scenes’, loud background music and Star Plus-type slo-mo effects, there is a story struggling to move forward.
The much-maligned (for belonging to the red-light area) stepmother Nargis (Rabia Butt) finally wins over Rakhshi’s (Maya Ali)
Break-ups, make-ups and a looming divorce in the backdrop of Aliya’s (Sevval Sam) relentless plotting and planning keeps the
With a title referencing the PM’s favourite expression, Vasay Chaudhry hosts Ghabrana Mana Hai, a talk show, featuring celebrity
When Minhaj (Ibrahim Alvi), the surgeon with a soft spot for old flame Sneha (Hira Mani) stumbled upon Tara (Armeena Khan), he was
Grab some popcorn, do the chicken dance for your favourite actor such as Humayun Saeed, Adnan Siddiqui, Aijazz Aslam, Junaid Khan
After one episode too many about Joya (Sohai Ali Abro) and Hamza’s (Farhan Saeed) guilt trip about running away from their
Apparently, it does take a solid antagonist to rev up a lame storyline. Because if it weren’t for the saucy vamp Tara (Armeena
In a sad and an unprecedented turn in Zanjabeel Asim Shah’s story, Professor Humayun (Naumaan Ijaz), who was rightly/wrongly...
Despite the star cast, the story of a man from a conservative family falling for our TV version of a prostitute/ call-girl/ escort
As Mrs Humayun, the wife of Humayun (Noman Ejaz), the professor accused of harassing his student Amal (Sana Javed), Yasra Rizvi’s