Month: October 2011

KZ-Entertainment comes to Qatar and the Middle East

KZ Managing Director Kaser Mehmood is confident his new Middle Eastern Operation will bring celebrities from the UK, Hong Kong and USA to Qatar and build successful bridges between the countries by featuring artistes in collaboration with a number of high profile businesses in the Qatar and wider Middle East region. Kaser has a wealth of knowledge and experience of the events market and has painstakingly researched both his new audiences and the market itself. Kaser recognises he is dealing with a different target audience to that in the UK and intends to produce events that would be acceptable to these communities.  Research has particularly indicated a demand for certain types of events and celebrities within a niche market of professional under 30’s including large Indian, Pakistani and Expat groups who have settled in Qatar.

The Rise & Fall of Morning Shows

The year 2006 set a new trend for almost all Pakistani channels, terrestrial & satellite. The trend was that of the daily morning shows, but little did we know, that in less than half a decade, the trend, instead of growing productively, will continue to grow visually in numbers, but will lose its charm & intelligence and fan following.

Ghazal singer Jagjit Singh died

One of the most beloved voices in the Ghazal genre of Indian music breathed his last. More than two weeks after being admitted to Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai , veteran Ghazal singer Jagjit Singh passed away on Monday 10th October morning. He was 70. The singer had undergone an emergency surgery for brain hemorrhage at the Lilavati Hospital on September 23. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE

Interview: Cheapmunks

Cousins Mehak Taherani and Suhana Baloch shot to fame when they posted a duet on Facebook in September 2010. Their unique sound immediately caught the attention of thousands of unsuspecting Pakistanis. By harmoniously syncing their voices to render a fusion of eastern and western melodies, these 20-year-olds have found a niche that caters to the taste of the country’s modern youth. They seem to have music running in their blood and also seem destined to scale new heights in music. Their studies, though, will take first priority.

Meesha Shafi all set to make her Hollywood debut

As we reported earlier and today Meesha Shafi onfirmed on her Official Facebook fanpage that she is all set to make her Hollywood debut in Mira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist! She will be sharing the screen with an all-star cast including Kiefer Sutherland, Kate Hudson, Liev Schreiber, Riz Ahmed, Om Puri and Shabana Azmi. Acclaimed film-maker Mira …

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