Anwar Maqsood, Javed Sheikh and Arshad Mahmud remember the late dramatist.
The maestro has recorded 50 albums.
Over 20 artists had been working for the past two months to ‘embrace and accept’ the year 2020.
A discussion based on her book 'Uljhay Suljhay Anwar' was held at T2F.
Due to the pandemic, the 11th edition of the festival was moved online
The current (online) version of the festival was introduced as a creative response to what’s going on around us.
Book Main Ista’aron Mein Ji Raha Hunwas was launched at T2F
It wouldn’t be a bad idea to reopen the parks where observance of SOPs can be ensured
Creative people are trying to spend the lockdown in as productive a way as possible.
Before becoming the beloved satirical writer he is today, Maqsood was known as a fine artist.
The beach is clean as a whistle without people, but the silence is discomforting.
The German poetry, performed by an opera singer was enhanced with a staged choreographed piece by two dancers.
The two sit in conversation for Saeed's book On Their Own Terms: Early Twenty-First Century Women’s Movements.
Marium Habib and Rabia Ali share their personal journeys for art show called Body Memories.
The renowned historian was one of the two keynote speakers for the inaugural ceremony.
This year's theme is how the written and spoken word connects across borders.
The second edition of the Adab Festival Pakistan kicked off at the Arts Council of Pakistan, Karachi.
"Literature comes in handy” when judges can’t say things themselves, shared former CJ Asif Saeed Khosa.
The second edition of the literary festival will feature over 200 speakers, lots of book launches and some qawwali.
Helmed by Zia Mohyeddin, the Urdu adaptation keeps the spirit of the Shakespeare tragedy pure.