"When a state-owned channel for which I pay taxes extends its support to foreign content, I begin to lose hope.”
Kapoor worked with Fawad Khan, the lead star of TLOMJ in Kapoor & Sons back in 2016
Along with doing their part during the coronavirus pandemic, fashion designers are also bringing back the glamour.
The stars may be sitting at home but so is the rest of the world, including trolls who now have a lot more free time
There will be five teams, headed by a celebrity captain each, and audiences will be able to participate from home
One thing's for sure; in a post-pandemic world, only brands that reinvent themselves will be able to last.
The actor dishes on social media trolls, working with Khalil ur Rehman Qamar and what really happened at PISA in Dubai
The singer candidly chats about cashing cheques, fandom, family and how the Bollywood ban didn't really disturb him
And he’s seen Pakistan through the ages, surviving political turmoil, wars and military rule.
Due to the Covid-19 lockdown, shoots for many shows could not start at all while others were left midway.
Some filmmakers want to ‘wait and see’ while others have backed away/are contemplating backing away from an Eid release.
The movie, meant to be Zahid Ahmed's film debut, is titled Ghabrana Nahi Hai and no, we didn't make that up.
With Bollywood movies banned and most local productions releasing on Eid, how can cinemas survive?
Why do actors choose to become producers? In a nascent industry where good scripts are few and far between, why not?
The actor gets candid about mental health, experimenting with different creative mediums and of course, Asim Azhar.
The song, titled Khel ja Dil se, also features Aima Baig, Haroon Shahid, Bayaan's Asfar Hussain and Kashmir's Bilal Ali.
“You have to see the long-term benefits,” says actor-producer Humayun Saeed.
This fledgling awards event that surfaced out of nowhere, insulted a number of celebrities by ghosting them.
But hopefully, not for too long. “I spread myself too thin,” the designer pondered to me, following his announcement.
“You could consider it an Ankahi 2.0,” shares director Dawar Mehmood.