Raza Ali Sayeed
A collection of scholarly essays is intellectually stimulating and enlightening in explaining the cross-cinema influences in...
Former banker-turned-entrepreneur Nadeem Hussain’s memoirs illustrate his belief that great achievement comes from bold visions
A reissue of the first novel in a Japanese hitmen trilogy is almost film noir in word form: complicated at the beginning, puzzling
A debut novel set just before Partition is a riveting read about luxurious lifestyles, lavish parties and forbidden romance...
A Lebanese-American transgender doctor finds echoes of her own history in a Syrian refugee camp on a Greek island. A tou...
The 2020 Booker Prize-winner is a superb piece of world-building that exposes the devastations caused to working class...
Fellow climbers pay tribute to Muhammad Ali Sadpara, the mountaineer who disappeared attempting to become the first...
An anthology of essays on Pakistani cinema raises the question: what happens to
a society when its cinema dies?...
What is incredible about Nachayev`s manual is that it gives remarkable insight into the obsessive andnarrow worldview of a fanatic, who will stop at nothing to turn the world around him upside down.
Based on Ghulam Abbas' Anandi, its a superb satire on the tussle between prostitutes and holier-than-thou politicians.
The Che Guevara story had its crucible in the ‘Motorcycle Diaries’ and director Walter Salles knew it.
Pakistanis can hold their heads high after conducting and participating in landmark general elections.
Rekha has probably never been more beautiful or more powerful as she is in the title role, and has the other characters revolving around her.
Rekha has probably never been more beautiful or more powerful as she is in the title role of 'Umrao Jaan'.
Immediately after its release, the film faced severe criticism, with some arguing that it justifies the use of terrorism and makes a shameless apology for it.
Set a year before the 1857 uprising, this film is a window into a bygone era that is shifting, which the protagonists of the film refuse to accept.
Jack Nicholson cemented his status as a Hollywood leading man in the early 1970s with this great film noir.
The aesthetically pleasing, albeit slow-paced film will keep you riveted by the way the story unfolds and more specifically the questions it asks the viewer.
The sword fight between Tyrone Power and Basil Rathbone has been called as one of the best, if not the best, ever committed to film.
The Iranian film pokes fun at turbaned mullahs, and shows that it is alright to laugh in Islam.