Wrong Number 2 – ‘A Leave Your Brains Home’ Comedy Turns Out to be...

On the Third Day of Eid I saw this wonderful debacle of a film, the second local offering after a hiatus of over 9 Weeks post ‘Project Ghazi’. The...

Chhalawa – A Rainbow Full of Colors but no Substance

The deserted islands, the cinema houses of Pakistan, finally saw two fresh releases this Eid ‘Chhalawa’ and ‘Wrong No. 2’. With Chhalawa being the hottest property thanks to Mehwish...

Abida Parveen’s son Debuts with Bazm E Rang – A spiritual journey not to...

Abida Parveen needs no introduction. When it comes to spiritual music, she is the one name that comes into mind instantly. Giving some bone chilling compositions in the past,...

Sherdil – was it worth the flight? (Review)

OIf you are making a movie in Pakistan and you want it to be successful, either make a rom-com or a patriotic one. With the recent tensions with the...

LAAL KABOOTAR – Taking the Pakistani cinema on a whole new height (Review)

3 months into 2019 and still we have nothing significant going up on cinema which is pretty disappointing for people like us who basically live on movies on the...

In conversation with the Cast & Producers of Laal Kabootar – A movie not...

Its not very common that you get to see a different kind of movie in Pakistani cinema that isn't rom-com. While our film industry is still taking baby steps...

Sufi music enters the EDM realm with Hori (Aj Piya) by Abida Parveen ft....

How many of us are actually into sufi music, no really its a genuine question I am putting out. To be honest, the kind of restless generation we are,...

Blood Brothers – A Play of Love, Life and Inseparable bonds

Its been a while that we have got to watch something, be it movie, drama or a theatre play that kept us at the edge of our seats through...

Are Online Streaming Portals a Death Blow to Mainstream Cinema in Pakistan

Ours is a generation of people who either don't want to come home or just don't want to leave it altogether,there are no middle grounds for us to hold,...

Pakistani Cinema 2018 to 2019 – What we saw, what we see and what...

The transition from 2018 to 2019 hasn't been as dramatic as our resolutions that went down the drain as soon as clock struck 12:01 am. We vowed to be...