From being likened to a young Abida Parveen to being called a female-version of Ali Azmat, Natasha has come a long way
A fizzy drink, kombucha is made from a tea base with sugar that has been fermented with a ‘tea fungus’
How did Coke Studio and Pepsi Battle of the Bands fare in their current seasons, and do we really need them?
There's no proper music industry, no sustainable model for musicians to make a living yet, music continues to be made
Bagga's been in the music business for over two decades but he only recently decided to step out of the shadows. Why?
The 20-year-old’s having a very successful year with hit television dramas such as Khaamoshi, Tabeer and Suno Chanda
Xulfi talks about how the band Call happened, working with Pepsi Battle of the Bands and what's in store for the future
Rimal is making her big screen debut with 7 Din Mohabbat In and says there's more to her character than meets the eye
Sanam Maher opens up about her newly released book 'The Sensational Life and Death of Qandeel Baloch'
The director talks about the perception of animated films in Pakistan and why he attempted a project like Allahyar
Arnalds came to Pakistan on the request of his Pakistani friend who invited him to her wedding in Lahore
Danial shared his experience of trekking to the Base Camp of the highest mountain in the world at T2F on Thursday
The classical dancer gets candid about facing personal and external hurdles while trying to pursue her dream
At the moment in Pakistan, the only ones getting anywhere by taking advantage of social media, are our comedians
"Because women’s bodies are involved in this," explains Muhammad Ahmed Shah, President of the Arts Council
Ali Zafar opens up about merging movies with martial arts, working in India and his new-found mellowness
With brutal honesty Marvi talks about an impoverished childhood, losing her first husband and her daughter's kidnapping
Sanam Marvi knows no such thing as stage fright; on stage she's as natural as having a cup of steaming chai.
Sounds of Kolachi was invited by Center Stage, which has earlier introduced Noori and Zeb & Haniya to American audiences
“Sometimes I feel like an auctioneer,” laughs Saad, “Like, you need to talk 100 words per minute."
More and more artists are now forgoing physical distribution in favour of digital