Who knew sporting salt and pepper hair in your 20s would be dubbed as an act of valour, a symbol of courage?
New doc by German filmmaker on slain activist Sabeen Mahmud tells the tale of two generations left behind by a third.
Two years after Sabeen Mahmud's death, we look at how the institution she created survived its darkest hour
Tucked away in a busy market is a tiny shop which sells and services typewriters
People donate clothes and food which are then stacked beside a wall on Karachi's MT Khan Road
Are these songs our very own 'Blurred Lines'? They seem to suggest that no means yes and that's not cool
Asim Butt passed away in 2010 but his provocative message lives on
Mohib Mirza stresses that Bachaana was in the works well before Bajrangi, so any resemblance is an uncanny coincidence
Will established producers find the next big thing in film here? Let's find out
The discussion 'Urdu drama and film' saw veteran writers and actors lament on the current state of Urdu dramas
Mahira Khan, Adeel Hussain and Sheheryar Munawar promote HMJ by visiting colleges and hanging with college students
Led by artist Shilo, the campaign held workshops in Lahore, Rawalpindi and Karachi to spread the message of fearlessness
Danial Shah's nature photography is distinguished by the presence of people in every frame
Illustrator Sajjad Ahmed Sididqui drew for digests like Khilona and Musafir decades ago. Can his son continue his work?
Planned as a safe space for women and members of transgender communities, the dhaba will also be open to men
National Novel Writing Month is a global competition in which writers have to write 50,000 words by the end of November
Edward Albee's dark comedy directed by Sunil Shankar challenges boundaries
Faraar Gallery will not only help in sustaining the organisation will also help artists become economically viable
The gallery juxtaposes Sadequain's poetry with his paintings
Based on the life of a transgender person, Sapna aims to challenge the thought which alienates 'them' from 'us'.