A new internet sensation has dropped — memes, watch out.
Netizens are looking forward to the meme material the Pakistani web-series will bring.
The Rs30 per litre price hike has got their creative juices going.
If we've learned anything over the past couple of years, it's that all Pakistani governments fear protests.
That Imran Khan's statement about Mariam Nawaz at the Multan rally reeks of innuendo and sexism cannot be debated.
The flames of bad publicity can be fanned, the flames of global warming — not so much.
In a politically charged climate, technicalities tend to take a backseat, especially when memes are at stake.
Netizens poke fun at the actor for going to the PML-N supremo to promote his film in a politically divided atmosphere.
It's wrong, even if the victim has aggravated public sentiment, disrespected institutions of marriage, religion and governance.
The Ramazan rom-com stars Ahad Raza Mir, Ramsha Khan, Sarah Khan and Junaid Khan.