Restrained acting shows us how manipulation and psychological abuse can creep up and catch victims unawares.
Inkaar shows us the devastation of sexual violence but also provides a lesson on how to overcome it
Is Momina Duraid's latest all-star period drama worth the hype?
Maryam Pereira is a well-intentioned project but poor direction and lack of research lets it down
After strongly criticising women's subjugation throughout its run, the TV drama's last episode takes a step back
Although Shah's character Nigaar suffers from a minor disability, that is not the focus of the drama
Young Abida's brutalised body is discovered in yesterday's heartbreaking episode
The drama is said to be fictional but its first episode bears striking similarities with Zainab's rape and murder case
Can we expect a Suno Chanda sequel? The lead actor gives his two cents
The comedy serial may be yet another cousin love story but it's the best thing to watch on TV right now
If anyone is looking for a show that is not only entertaining but actually intelligent, this is your answer
The makers chose to exclude one important figure in Qandeel’s last days, that of Mufti Qavi
The makers of Padmaavat have shamelessly played into the narratives of extremists
Should Bushra Ansari have been nominated for her role in Seeta Bagri? Why was Saima Noor left out?
Baaghi is now exploring Qandeel Baloch's motives and acknowledges our privilege in judging her choices
Some thoughts on this year's Pakistani drama serials
Ehteshamuddin on his Partition obsession, what's different about his next project and the acting role that got away
Most people are watching Baaghi because of its Qandeel Baloch connection, so producers do owe her story some honesty
Pakistan's new TV crush gets candid about having a famous father, moving from Canada to Pakistan and his love for films
Eight episodes in we have to wonder if Qandeel's story is not being diluted for the worse