The film follows a formula, but its message is bound to resonate with the majority.
The film will comfort its local audience by confirming our biases about Pakistan and India in light of recent events.
An after-school maths program in Karachi has proven to be a creative initiative for reintegrating women in the workforce
Producer Ali Murtaza says the show will follow a 17-year-old on a quest to stop djinns from taking over the world
PHJ may leave you with renewed respect for the air force but as a film viewer, you may only truly enjoy its funny bits
Urdu poetry is as much a character in this documentary as the people in it
The Cake cast and director take our questions on their film, acting and Pakistani cinema
Did Allahyar meet expectations of better-than-before animation from Pakistan?
The Ahsan Khan and Neelum Muneer starrer may be the holiday film we were waiting for
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With the focus on the characters’ poor English, one wonders if PNJ can only be appreciated by an ‘English-medium’ crowd
The director gets candid about the poor reception Chain Aye Na received and the divisions in the Pakistani film industry
Director Umar Riaz says that the feature-length 'Some Lover to Some Beloved' was quite the accidental project
Images speaks to writers Shazia Khan and Umera Ahmed about their process of writing the drama inspired by Qandeel Baloch
From the most inspiring to the most cringe-worthy moments, we've got them all!
How do jury members decide who wins? Is it fair for peers to judge each other? We speak to insiders to find out.
The film is a rom-com with some dark, dramatic moments, but perhaps it’s better described and digested as a fantasy film
Who had the worst outburst of them all?
The film's winning attribute is writer Bilal Sami's subtle subversion of widely held ideas about love and marriage.
The young director of 'The Glassworker' sounds off on what's holding Pakistan back