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[20 Oct 2011 | One Comment | ]
Pakistan’s Paris Hilton- Mathira

Nineteen-year-old Mathira Mohammad is as unpredictable as British weather. From flaunting her style statement — which may be termed as ‘minimalistic’ by some — to fighting her condescending callers with valor, She has the guts to do it all. Termed as ‘Pakistan’s Paris Hilton’ by the Los Angeles Times, Mohammad has garnered media attention with […]

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[16 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
Pakistani Elvis,Alamgir needs Prayers-Khayal Rakhna

I remember him for his songs like Main ne tumhari gagar se kabhi pani piya tha, piyasa tha main yad karo…..and Umeed e Subhay jamal rakhan, khayal rakhna khayal rakhna. Who can forget such great music? He is Popularly known as the ‘Elvis of the East’, legendary pop singer of Pakistan Alamgir, needs his fans’ […]

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[27 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
Shoaib, Sania will be on Geo TV Morning Show

The Indo Pak star couple Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza will be interviewed exclusively by Dr. Shaista Wahidi on Geo TV’s morning show Utho Jago Pakistan.  This debut interview of couple to any morning show in Pakistan will be on air this morning 09:00 am. Shoaib Malik is in Pakistan to play Faysal bank T […]

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[24 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
Junoon: Celebrating 20 years of Sufi rock

With Junoon’s 20th anniversary on its way, several local and young artists have been invited to revamp the band’s songs for an exclusive 20th Anniversary Album. The upcoming album will be an opportunity for rising artists to flaunt their signature styles globally through Junoon’s platform. Salman Ahmad, Junoon’s stalwart guitarist, researched and then contacted bands […]

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[25 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]
Once upon an Eid

One thing is for sure, when you’re out Eid shopping, the best deals are not at your cool desi retail stores like Sheep, Ego, Daaman and Fnk Asia, but at the more older haunts like Generation and Cynosure. While the list of former stores have changed the way we perceive ready-to-wear these days, and are […]

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[24 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]
The Designer: Exploring the world of retail fashion

At The Designer’s pre-eid launch, one observed how cleverly retailer Asad Tareen brought in names like Sadaf Malaterre, Adnan Pardesy, Mohsin Ali and Akif Mahmood, who have wowed us on the ramp but left us skeptical of when they retail. To Tareen’s credit, he managed to get the best of what these names could contribute […]

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[20 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]
Lux Style Awards: It’s time to play dress-up

The Lux Style Awards (LSA) is arguably the single most distinguished awards forum in the country. It may not be the most perfect answer to the highly stylized and extravagant award shows across the border, like the Filmfare awards, but it is undoubtedly an event which gave birth to the ‘red carpet’ phenomena in Pakistan. […]

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[14 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]
Rainbow Center undergoes a change in Ramadan

Famous for the variety of entertainment CDs and DVDs it offers, Karachi’s Rainbow Center turns into a whole new place with the onset of Ramadan. There’s no sight of posters of “Razia Phans Gayi” or “Sheila Ki Jawani” and no demand for music. When customers are less interested in films and music, the retailers know […]

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[14 Aug 2011 | One Comment | ]
Syed Noor’s struggles

Film director Syed Noor, credited for revitalising Lollywood in the mid-90s, shares his opinion on the reasons behind the decline of the film industry and how he plans to reverse the situation. Noor, known for making issue-based films, has been praised for making some of Lollywood’s biggest hits, such as Choorian, Jeeva, Ghoonghat and Deewane […]

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[14 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]
Art and the East: From nightmares to childhood memories

Among the many themes to ponder at the Believer’s Paradise exhibition that has opened at Koel Gallery is the developing relation of the self to its surrounding, which in many cases can be a contemporary Hell. For the show, curator Syed Faraz Ali brought together the works of three Thai artists: Panuwat Sitheechoke, Kriangkrai Konghanun […]