She's going to be playing a "fighter girl" in the movie, which is being directed by Abu Aleeha.
The fantasy serial boasts plenty of grey characters and a unique storyline. Does producer Rashdi have something to prove?
The series focuses on a counsellor and his clients and premieres on YouTube today.
He doesn't foresee much opposition to the resolution, after all, who would want to stop artists from getting royalties?
The drama is a reflection of the golden age of television, and the singer turned actor is playing an important role in it.
The Junaid Khan and Mansha Pasha starrer is back after a very short cinema stint back in December.
Shot Cut, which stars Gohar Rasheed, Juggun Kazim and Sana Fakhar, will start filming on February 1.
The war between filmmakers, distributors and cinema owners is a tired old one, and yet it continues to persist without remedy.
For the singer, the nine songs in his album Mein Tera are very much 'Azaan', coming from different moments in his life.
It's soaring at the box office, but the real miracle lies in its manner of storytelling.
The movie stars Mansha Pasha, Junaid Khan, Kamran Bari and Roma Michael and opens in theatres across Pakistan on December 17.
Nabeel Qureshi is inching towards greatness with each film and Bilal Abbas and Sajal Aly have the aura of stars in this movie.
2021 marks the 50th year of the ‘Fall of Dhaka’ — ergo the hurried release, explains the movie's producer.
Most of the supporting characters had very little screen time with their parts relegated to the eventual sequel.
The Netflix film is far better than most other titles on the streaming platform.
Shaan says it’s a lost cause and he's right; but the cause is lost because of all the wrong reasons.
We have to stop looking at nationalism as a quick promotion tool to be in the spotlight on particular days.
The frantic pace and the seemingly all-over-the-place plot somehow gel together in director James Gunn’s sequel to the 2016 film.
As studios scramble to boost business, creative choices and artistic freedom to tell stories seem to be suffering greatly.
There’s not much of a pipeline of international films and the problems of Pakistan’s film industry remain.