We say we stand for 'empowerment' but we do so only when the terms of that empowerment are dictated by men.
It looks like internet sensation Zaid Ali T won't have to wait long. He's already in talks to do a film in Pakistan!
Reham Khan opens up about Pakistani cinema, dealing with abuse ... and love
Qandeel had only just begun to grasp what she stood for: that women should be able to live how they want, no judgement
Our Ramazan outrage only proves we're fatally confused about what role religion should play in Pakistan
Actually Lisa, saying motherhood is the pinnacle of female achievement is really problematic.
Filmmakers who were set to show these documentaries at an Islamabad film festival ask, 'what's next?'
Two years after Sabeen Mahmud's death, we look at how the institution she created survived its darkest hour
In his second Indian film Fawad Khan plays a gay man, but it's not what you'd expect.
Top trends? Full sequined looks, animal motifs, more sportswear, more sneakers
Feeha returned to the ramp after three years and MUSE made clear that a brand can evolve without abandoning its ethos
The concept that a 'positive image' of Pakistan can and should exist is flawed. So is a whole lot more.
With many saying the lit fest has grown beyond its ambit, a greater focus on books and a streamlined agenda might help
In an exclusive chat with Dawn, Anupam Kher reveals: "I am always ready to visit Pakistan."
Art features heavily this year, some panels are grossly general as usual. Who's the star attendee? We tell all
Ho Mann Jahaan is a happily glossy coming of age drama that tells you everything is going to be alright
Books like The Spinner's Tale, Agency Rules and Juggernaut excite because they're unabashedly Pakistani
The only bright spot in all this misogyny? Mawra's refusal to allow a man to shame her or invalidate her opinions