On the icon's 70th birth anniversary, we look back on a life well-lived.
Which one are you trying first?
A great thinker, exemplary poet and devoted philosopher, Iqbal's vision for Pakistan was revolutionary.
"I have never called a single person fat in my life, I instead use words like elephant, bull or hippopotamus," the model said.
What's so entertaining about a married man joking about flirting with other women?
"K2 was a once in a lifetime trip. 2 weeks, 300 km trek, sleeping in freezing temperature - the only thing driving me, the photo"
Apparently the only promise the actor wanted before marrying Hina Altaf? "Please don't fat."
In a resurfaced clip from Good Morning Pakistan, Hocane claims she does not mind being catcalled. "Unki bhi Eid hai."
Previously, shameful slurs were restricted to ministers and men in power, but recently, even artists are picking up on the trend.
"It’s a book I wish I had growing up,” says author Ashhad Ahmed Qureshi about the Mera Jism Mera Hai series
“All my life, teachers made me feel stupid for not being great at Urdu. But Asif sahab was really something else."
The Google mom, the office mom, or the mom who leaves her child at her own mom's. Which one do you judge the most?
Here is a list of the top memorable performances by the heartthrob of his era.
The secret to healthy skin is as close as your kitchen.
For starters, get out of your pyjamas.
Makeup artists are coughing, models are two inches away in a cramped studio but Good Morning Pakistan must go on.
Not many flame-grilled joints survive in Karachi. Can Pepe's Piri Piri pull through in a market dominated by Nando's?
Unnerved by the slogan 'My body, my choice', his latest outburst includes swearing at Marvi Sirmed on live television.
It's 2071 and in the future Islamic Republic, there is only one rule, one law and one expression: citizens have to smile
The heart of the matter is that there's something happening in Karachi for everyone.