Like other films in the ‘Mummy Daddy Burger Film’ genre, the movie also does not consider originality and innovation to be a virtue; it does not have a single original thought or idea and borrows freely from more than 20 films
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It’s a beautiful thing to witness the birth of a new star. And what’s better than to watch several new stars make an impactful debut in one film and put the entire industry on notice. Mohsin Ali’s Chupan Chupai, the last Pakistani film of 2017, does just that. Read full story!
There is a line — and not one which is thin, or fine — between being glamorous and coquettish. Unfortunately, it has all been erased in Arth — the Destination
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Amid the entire Padmavati mess, a Pakistani film, Raees star Mahira Khan’s Verna, almost ended up getting banned for revolving around the topic of rape. According to a The Times Of India report, a member of the Punjab Censor Board said, “Firstly, it shows a governor’s son involved in a rape case which was the biggest objection. Secondly, it includes many bold dialogues and scenes. The general plot of the movie revolves around rape, which we consider to be unacceptable.”
Washington DC (JOHN): There once was a girl who lived a double life – one, of an uber popular rockstar and the other of a normal high schooler. Read full story!
Everyone’s favourite Mahira Khan is all set to star in Shoaib Mansoor’s much-awaited next cinematic outing Verna. The upcoming film will deal with social issues yet again, as did Shoaib’s previous offerings, namely Bol and Khuda Kay Liye. Read more
Some people are remembered forever while some are forgotten, but the truth is that every person leaves a mark. With their small but meaningful contributions in various fields, the following Pakistanis from the olden days helped to shape the future of our country in one way or another.
Mahira Khan and Haroon Shahid starter ‘Verna’ has been the talk of the town, as of late. Directed by the ShoMan himself, Shoaib Mansoor, the film is being hailed as a turning point for Pakistani cinema. And we all know Shoaib Mansoor has the power to do that, given that it was his film, ‘Khuda Ke Liye’ that was credited as being the ‘revival of Pakistani cinema’. Read more
“Saawan,” a suspense drama set in the remote deserts, has been selected as Pakistan’s contender for the foreign-language Oscars race. The selection was announced by the Pakistan Academy Selection Committee. Must See!