Pakistanis know how to laugh at themselves and this new social media trend proves it.
"2020 was a stressful year. A lot of people are still going through so much, the idea was to produce something lighthearted."
"Our journey has been quite eventful to say the least [...] some loss, some pain but extraordinary learning."
The actor shared the exciting news with her fans as speculations started doing rounds on social media.
"Is it because my parents were poor? Is it because they used to live in PIB colony?" he questions.
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Her followers woke up to a surprise.
We round up messages from some of our favourite celebs, hoping to send out good vibes into the universe.
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In a tête-à-tête, the couples shed light on how they feel about each other's work.
Collectively, everyone is learning how to be grateful!
The fake Queen in the alternate message also spoke about watching movies on Netflix, and perfecting moves on TikTok.
The match’s only saving grace was Fawad Alam’s century, and that did not go unnoticed.
"Shameem is a window for me to look into the life of underprivileged women of Kohala Paien, Haripur," says Minal.
"Demoralisation is the real failure. Learn to fall, but then get back up with grace. Discover your strengths."
Written and directed by Anup Singh, this was the actor’s last film of his career before his unfortunate demise.
"Does Gigi Hadid even know that she escalated tension between India and Pakistan with her latest Insta story?" one user posted
"This right was provided to me by my father, that I could choose to divorce my spouse. It shouldn't be considered insulting."
Did you know her dream collaboration includes being able to work with music guru AR Rahman?