Starting with a very enjoyable question, reporter asks about the gifts they share with each other and Reema’s husband with a smile replied “No Comments”. Further more Reema says they will have a Walima function in Pakistan when they reach there. About settling abroad she said, Pakistan is my country and will obviously live in there for life.
LAHORE/KARACHI Outside the dingy and old Metropole cinema in Lahore, for the first time in years, huge crowds showed up for the premiere of Pakistani films Bhai Log, Love Mein Ghum and Jugni. The quality and effort put in the films contributed to what the producers claim was a successful run for Pakistani films that were released this Eid. “We have not had this much rush in years,” commented Ashraf who works at the ticket sale office at Metropole cinema. “Most of our shows are selling out for the first time in years.”
Lahore – Pakistani actress Reema reveals she has invested her life savings on her upcoming film ‘Love Mein Gum’. While talking to Pakistan Today at an Iftar dinner hosted by NGO Innocent Child for needy children at SOS Children’s Village, she said that she had invested all her money and abilities on her upcoming project.
Artists from music, film and television industries continue to help out the survivors of the floods in Pakistan, we present a roundup of flood relief efforts undertaken by celebrities in the last two weeks.
New Lollywood flick ‘Channa Sachi Muchi’ has been premiered in Lahore on Thursday.
After a very long time a big budget film of the money-strapped film industry would hit the cinemas on April 16 (tomorrow).
It’s been an extremely busy season for fashion and entertainment in Pakistan (despite all odds) and it promises to end on a very promising, spiritual note for many of its fraternity members. An unprecedented number of designers, actors and musicians are off for the holy pilgrimage as we speak.