Tag: Review

  • Kinara Video Making Memories by Shahzad Aslam

    Kinara Video Making Memories by Shahzad Aslam

    Dear aadeez Thanks for liking the video of Kinara. Here is a list of some happening during the video making of Kinara. We were actually not having any specific plan to shoot this video but what ever happened in there was random. Normally on tours we are fully equipped with High definition cameras to record […]

  • Striking the right cods – Akash The Band Interview with Maha Javeria Ahmad

    MAHA JAVERIA AHMAD talks to Akash about their music and upcoming project After rocking the local charts with the release of their album Aks, the band has been very busy making videos, performing live in concerts, composing and producing music. They have already released it in the USA and will soon be releasing it in […]

  • Hotstepper of the week: Sanam Agha

    She’s young, she’s beautiful and with her very first collection launched under her newly established fashion label ‘Sanam’, she has proved that she is talented too. Sanam Agha isn’t a new kid on the block – she’s been part of the fashion and media blitz by juggling various roles.

  • Review: Turning up the heat on the Lux Style Awards

    Review: Turning up the heat on the Lux Style Awards

    In terms of high voltage drama, this year’s Lux Style Awards went up in flames as Shaan and Iman Ali went head to head on stage, Ali Azmat sparked off distaste with his crass sense of humour and short circuiting sent out smoke signals from an actual backstage fire

  • Ali Azmat Is Not Dead by Madeeha Syed

    The last Ali Azmat gig I attended was a Junoon concert sometime in 1998 at the Alliance Françoise in Karachi. Needless to say, I was pushed around, got an accidental bonk on my head from the danda of a policeman who was supposed to be a part of the security arrangements and saw people doing […]

  • Atif Aslam vs Jal – The Instep Article!

    The inspiration behind this article is the video of ‘Mein Mustt Hoon’ which has been playing on music channels recently. One fails to understand how a group that came out with a fabulous video in ‘Sajni’ could put out such a monstrosity? The answer, of course, lies in India.

  • Ramchand Pakistani – Movie Review

    Most Pakistani films are synonymous with loud acting, garish sets and blood-n-gore. But KHUDA KAY LIYE earlier and RAMCHAND PAKISTANI now signify the changing times, the changing outlook, the changing mindset. RAMCHAND PAKISTANI is a simple story, a true story in fact, of a kid and his father crossing the LOC and being held captive […]