Wajahat Rauf’s Chhalawa is already drawing the ire of social media critics who are comparing it to Dilwale Dulhaniya
Mohammad Kamran Jawaid
British-Pakistani filmmaker Abrar Hussain’s One Day in the Haram goes behind the scenes at the Great Mosque of Mecca
It may seem like we’re condemned to seeing the same type of films every Eid and the rush for the cluttered release slot
The actor refuses to come back to television after his PTV days, says there's a lack of intelligent scripts in Pakistan.
There’s more to actor Hameed Sheikh than meets the eye, a restless citizen of the world with his feet firmly anchored
Junoon-i-Ishq falls into the “so-bad-it-makes-you-cry-with-laughter” category
Industry squabbles, an unwillingness to learn from mistakes and steep ticket prices are making things worse for the
The only consistent aspect of Project Ghazi is its clumsiness
Laal Kabootar is a frantically paced, edge-of-the-seat thriller that comes at you from all directions at the same
Despite some good visual effects, there is hardly any plot in the air force movie Sherdil, let alone a cohesive
There is an argument that radicalisation and lack of gun control are bigger causes than violent video games for shooting
The audience has high hopes from director Kamal Khan’s debut feature Laal Kabootar, lined up for release on March 22.
Why do most Pakistani films falter at the cinema box office? Why do most Pakistanis think our films lack finesse?
Gully Boy is director Zoya Akhtar’s most ambitious and mature film to date while Pakistani filmmakers can learn a ...
As undeserving candidates find a place in the Oscar line-up this year...
In the world of motion pictures, love sells. Take the example of JPNA or PNJ. Even Bin Roye.
There isn’t much of anything in director Bhushan Patel’s Amavas, a laughably bad attempt at horror
In the world of motion pictures one undisputed fact reigns supreme: love sells. Even in midst of giant robots...
Classifying Manikarnika as good, bad or mediocre is easier said than done
A look at the films currently in the cinemas