Bol Nights relies on interesting content rather than dhol dhamaka. But there's more to the story than just great content
When the cross-border situation worsened, Azhar's plans with his record company, Universal Music India came to a halt.
What his critics fail to acknowledge is that for audiences, he remains 'hero material' even after 24 years in showbiz.
There were some forgettable collections at FPW. Perhaps some teetered towards the ghastly.
Start fashion week off with an exciting designer like Stella Jean. End it with a big veteran name like Maheen Khan.
Seems like the only thing hot about Fashion Pakistan Week's Day 1 was the weather.
"It is a hand-embroidered piece so we literally worked day and night," added the designer.
"These artworks are my vision of Noor Jehan the woman, who was truly a symbol of female empowerment," shared Nazia Ejaz.
"I am just a night owl and I can happily shoot till daybreak," says Mahira Khan.
On the third and final day of PLBW, some major fashion heavyweights couldn’t deliver.
It's hard to pick a favourite since Kamiar Rokni and Sania Maskatiya also showcased coveted collections.
"It’s going to be a joint decision with L'Oreal," said the actor when asked what she'll wear.
What trends can be set with embellished bridal-wear? At a fashion week dedicated to bridals, it's all about details.
The designer is taking a colossal 50 piece collection to London and will be showcasing at the Savile Club in Mayfair
Why Mustafa? “He’s a good actor. He works hard. We have a great working relationship," reveals the filmmaker.
The two models will be walking for Italian designer Stella Jean, whose collection will feature Pakistani handicraft.
Among others, the lineup includes Ali Sethi and Abrar-ul-Haq. We also know that Atif Aslam will be playing a major role.
The actor gets candid about his song Uth Jaag, Pepsi BoB and going on a new direction.
By sticking to staid formats and characters, local cinema and TV is relegating so many great actors into the sidelines.
"I do believe that I’m destined for more, and that the industry is yet to tap into my full potential," he tells me.