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How do jury members decide who wins? Is it fair for peers to judge each other? We speak to insiders to find out.
The film is a rom-com with some dark, dramatic moments, but perhaps it’s better described and digested as a fantasy film
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Director Ahmed Jamal on why Pakistan’s first screen adaptation of Shakespeare is no Omkara and doesn’t have to be
The film's winning attribute is writer Bilal Sami's subtle subversion of widely held ideas about love and marriage
The young director of 'The Glassworker' sounds off on what's holding Pakistan back
It's troublesome when a movie's highlights include the script's funniest bloopers
Director/writer Hamza Bangash has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the post-production of his film Rang Raaz
International development expert Mariam Adil uses her addictive game to promote better menstrual hygiene habits
In its form and content, the film echoes woes of modern-day artists, weary of growing demand for easily digestible 'art'
The infamous social media personality had her Facebook page suspended then reinstated because of mass complaints
The actor calls Shaan's assertion that Humayun hadn't been his top choice for Arth 2 a mere "publicity stunt"
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The film doesn't paint Manto a saint and it works. Are we finally learning to accept truth over a glossy veneer?
The artist has worked on Godzilla and Gravity; she talks about making it as a Pakistani woman in a male-dominated field
"I can make you do anything," is Humaima's bold catchphrase in the film
I feel connected to the legendary man and his work, so I decided to play his role, says actor/director Sarmad Khoosat
In family films you expect wholesome humour. You also expect them to not be sexist. Wrong No didn't meet these goals