Jinnah and glamour

Sheikh Amer Hassan is a fashion graduate from the prestigious London College of Fashion and Bournville College of Art in England. Now living between Karachi, Lahore and London, he is one of the pioneers of fashion in Pakistan and famous as a designer, socialite and a social worker I learnt … Read more

Hari Puttar Vs. Harry Potter

Warner Bros studios have taken legal action against an Indian studio which plans to release a film entitled Hari Puttar – A Comedy of Terrors. The Hollywood giant has recently commenced proceeding against Mirchi Movies, of Mumbai, over the film in question; feeing its name is too similar to that … Read more

Interview with Adeel Asghar Choudhary

“Koi Chehra” is a song that has been playing on all Indian and Pakistani music channels almost non-stop. Adeel Asghar Choudhary is the voice that has made this song an instant hit with music lovers. Originally studying to become a dentist, this multitalented young man followed his heart and has … Read more

New Zealand ask ICC for Kenya game switch

New Zealand asked the sport’s governing body on Saturday to switch their World Cup Group B match against Kenya from Nairobi to South Africa. “The New Zealand board have reconfirmed their decision made on January 31, which is not to allow the New Zealand team to travel to Nairobi for … Read more

Laila sheds light on the industry

It was in the second year of college when Syed Noor and Shamim Ara saw me and within 10 minutes of each other offered me a role in their films. Blunt, immodest and focused, Laila doesn’t see the need to mince words. Having started off in 1997 without a portfolio, … Read more

Struggling Bangladesh hope for an unlikely upset

With performances falling far short of their ambition, Bangladesh find themselves in a cricketing no man’s land as they approach their second consecutive World Cup. Their dismal record of losing all but one of their 17 tests, many of them innings defeats inside three days, and three wins from 61 … Read more