Another day, another drama that falls apart.
The show's director, writers and cast came together to create in one of Pakistan's finest horror works to date
After the success of Bandish, I started thinking about Pakistan's other horror hits
It's unfortunate that a husband who stands by his wife is a foreign concept for most Pakistani dramas.
It's a story about jealousy, possession, black magic but also about strong, resillient women
Acting wise, Bilal Abbas Khan and Saba Qamar are on top of their game but does the story live up to the hype?
Supernatural stories are hard to pull off but Bandish has a solid script, coupled with good direction and a stellar cast
Bandish follows a family of three sisters tortured by black magic
Four episodes in, Cheekh stands out by not romanticising the villain
Marina Khan is the game-changer here
Everyone agrees that Pakistani TV could use a shake-up. Enter Dhund, with ghosts.
HUM TV needs to invest heavily in its editing department. It is absolutely horrific!
Bin Roye shows that nothing good can come of placing the susraal's happiness over your daughter's needs
I cannot condone dramas telling girls that it's okay for them to obsess over men because at the end, 'it'll work out'
Sanam's currently on a whirlwind schedule with the rest of the Dobara Phir Se cast!
We get more insight into Saba and Irtiza's attachment. But still, a couple of questions linger...
Parents play a big role in helping their children heal, and Udaari presents a strong mother who does just that
Because making light of rape culture is what got us into this mess in the first place.
Udaari also makes important points about motherhood