“I hope that by summer next year, life would have normalised,” says the director optimistically.
There was tons of standard, pretty, wedding fare on display but the show would have benefitted with a few cutting-edge silhouettes
Did she expect Ertugrul to become such a hit outside of Turkey? “No, but I understand why so many people love it,” smiles Konul.
While the night turned out to be a pleasurable one, a more stringent check on wearing masks would have made the experience better
Designer-wear will be showcased to a limited live audience in an open-air private venue with spaced out and random seating
Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad gets set to be the first Pakistani release in Covid times. But who will save cinemas in 2022?
"The Indian government has banned the airing of their content in our country. Bollywood is not an option anymore.”
The veteran actor dishes on losing awards, being picky with her work, KRQ and favouritism in Lollywood among other things
In his newly launched web-series, he chronicles his journey narrating a monologue through the changing scenery.
The actor turned director talks about depression and Covid-19, the nepotism debated stirred up by Ruswai and future projects
A trip down memory lane reveals that, long before lawn and bling smothered our senses, proud fashion forward moments did exist.
“If only artists had done so in the past, our intellectual rights wouldn’t be infringed so callously."
It’s not an easy transition, but moving to Karachi is currently a requirement for any Pakistani actor.
"Rahat especially drove down from Lahore to record the video. We hope to release it after the first 10 days of Muharram."
Will the post-Covid world bring in a new, better era for local fashion? Or will it continue stagnating on catwalks?
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Why can they not be honoured and applauded while they are still alive?
Called 'Catwalk Cares', the show was also meant to be a salute to frontliners during this pandemic. But was it really?
"In order to inspire others, there needs to be more to us than just glamour," explains the actor.