"They still continue to invade our privacy! Guys! Stop this now!" she wrote.
"In 1980, I would've understood that, 'Oh, we don't have the means to educate ourselves.' But now? What's your excuse now?"
On her 33rd birthday, the Chhalawa star reflects back on a life well-lived, cyber bullies and performative celeb philanthropy
He requested his audience to follow SOPs, reminding them that we are in a middle of a high-risk situation.
"I hope that what we gain from this shared experience is a commitment to empathy, to the safety of our global community."
"What real heroes look like", wrote Mikaal Zulfiqar.
"All I can tell myself to feel some peace is that GOD IS WATCHING EVERYTHING," said Hamza Ali Abbasi.
The new food street will start from Fresco Chowk and go on all the way to Fatima Jinnah Women's College.
The two are reportedly going their separate ways after six years of marriage.
The former captain of the Pakistan national women's cricket team spent her birthday in isolation, sharing glimpses of how it went.
Speaking to Images, Sethi revealed that the book arrives in Pakistan in May 2021.
The six-episodes follow the a young couple who have just moved into an apartment in Karachi to start a new life together
Small achievement but an important one.
So far, iconic dramas like Dhoop Kinare, Tanhaiyan and Aahat have been dubbed in Arabic
"Wearing this dress was my choice. As wearing whatever you want, is yours."
The Congress bill requires USAID to award at least 50% scholarships to Pakistani women, across a range of academic disciplines.
Recently, the Ustaad had encouraged his fans and followers to help him reach the exciting milestone.
Will the rumour mills ever chill?
"I want to get in touch with my spiritual side, and cultivate a stronger relationship with myself."
Pakistanis know how to laugh at themselves and this new social media trend proves it.