Lovers are like moths drawn to the flame. Closer and closer they fly in to the welcoming warm glow, unrealizing their singed wings till too late. Then, forgotten is the […]
Fauzia Batool is a girl of a different type, the type who does not allow others to dictate her life. The problem, however, is that she is born in a […]
Six episodes in I am still very much on board with Teri Raza. What about you all?
I had ended my last review with a wah wah and I must begin this review on the same note – wah! wah!
The second episode picked up the narrative seamlessly, building upon the foundation laid in last week’s opening installment, giving more of an insight into Fauzia Batool’s family dynamics and adding […]
For the past couple of years I have been one of the most vocal critics of the declining quality of Pakistani dramas magar ab it seems like perhaps, just perhaps things […]
In its third episode, Dhund dares to go where few dramas have gone before. A big round of applause for the Dhund Team.
In its second episode Dhund ups the intelligent quotient and Sania Saeed demonstrates yet again why she is the best actress we have today.
Dastaar-e Anaa ~ Dastaar, roughly translated, refers to male headwear, typically a turban, and in the feudal context signifies the wearer’s elevated societal status. Anaa is loosely defined as ego or pride. […]
This second episode of Tau Dil Ka Kia Hua was a vast improvement over the first one. Gone were the orange/yellow tints, background music was more in keeping with the […]