While this is a common theme, writer Noor Ul Huda Shah focuses particularly on the brother-sister bond in 'Sammi'
The drama serial is a haunting reminder of the fact that an honour killing doesn't stop at one
What happens when a woman has to pay for the crimes committed by the men of her family?
Lead stars Osman Khalid Butt and Ainy Jaffri tell us all about their debut film coming out on February 10
What's good? Working women finally got their due. What's bad? We celebrated stalkers as heroes.
4 industry insiders shed light on the rise of the "rapist hero" trope on Pakistani television
Religion is a strong influence and the way it's manipulated to benefit those with power is depressingly familiar
In this much-awaited film, Fawad Khan impresses, Aishwarya Rai, not so much.
The top 10 have these things in common: repeat value, iconic characters, a coherent story from start to finish
But it also sets us up to ask: can we escape our fate?
The masterfully written drama ends on a hopeful note for survivors of child abuse
Mehwish Hayat proves her acting chops, and Humayun Saeed redeems himself as a romantic hero
Ali Rehman talks Jaanan, films and why he's disappointed by the Pakistani drama industry
Mann Mayal may well be a testament to the patience of the Pakistani public, who endured it to the (awful) end
A moving scene in Udaari has emboldened real-life survivors to confront their abusers
We wonder — could our love for the 'mazloom aurat' trope be to blame?
It's deeply disappointing that even in a drama that supposedly celebrates strong women, they are shown being abused
You can sit down, Hamza Ali Abbasi — it isn't you. It's your character's butler.
We shoot 20 questions at Umer Naru to find out more about him and his character
Strong women, moments of hilarity and performances par excellence - Udaari's got plenty going for it