A suit was filed against govt bodies by the makers of Chakkar, Dum Mastam and Parde Mein Rehne Do.
The problems are many and can't be reduced to the release of a single movie or the timings of a single cinema.
Three of the five films set to premiere on Eid-ul-Fitr collectively destroyed both the critic and the sceptic in me.
This is a spectacular time for Pakistani cinema because viewers are spoiled for choice when it comes to entertainment offerings!
The trailer for the movie, which is set to release this June, is finally out.
There are just a handful of episodes before the ARY Digital show comes to an end.
The upcoming film frames its narrative on the anxieties coronavirus forced onto the common man.
Diversity and inclusivity will be the key words at tomorrow’s 94th Academy Awards. Despite their own misgivings, Icon’s film...
Ishrat is not an actioner, nor is it a slapstick or a parody, yet there is unremitting use of wit, puns and parodic instances.
The upcoming film tackles the topic of infertility, something that isn't really talked about in film or television.
The first look of the film is fast paced, sharply cut, colourful and about more than a boy meets girl love story.
She's going to be playing a "fighter girl" in the movie, which is being directed by Abu Aleeha.
The fantasy serial boasts plenty of grey characters and a unique storyline. Does producer Rashdi have something to prove?
Icon goes on the Larkana sets of Badshah Begum, a fantasy serial about to unfurl on the airwaves. With no mothers-in-law in the...
The series focuses on a counsellor and his clients and premieres on YouTube today.
He doesn't foresee much opposition to the resolution, after all, who would want to stop artists from getting royalties?
The drama is a reflection of the golden age of television, and the singer turned actor is playing an important role in it.
The Junaid Khan and Mansha Pasha starrer is back after a very short cinema stint back in December.
Shot Cut, which stars Gohar Rasheed, Juggun Kazim and Sana Fakhar, will start filming on February 1.
The war between filmmakers, distributors and cinema owners is a tired old one, and yet it continues to persist without remedy.