shoaib mansoor

Live, breathe, sleep Junoon

LAHORE – The trio was the heaviest thing that the Pakistani youth had ever come across. The hard, electric guitar riffs had sunk their talons in the minds of confused, angsty youth. Ali Azmat’s voice – oozing with power and machismo, but tinged with a haunting and yearning at the same time – crooned away songs of heartbreak, and belted out anthems of revolt against authority; Brian O Connell (a unique phenomenon of being a foreigner in a Pakistani band), a plucked placidly at his bass strings, cool as a cucumber, but producing some of the most solid bass-lines, while Salman Ahmed, who had once upon a time played for the Vital Signs, fiercely churned his guitars, almost to ear deafening level. It was an impeccable combination of gritty Pakistani rock – actual rock.

Pakistani Film Bol release shifted again, This time July!

For the third time the Bol release date has been changed. It was to be released worldwide on 24th June, 2011 but there was news cooking around that Bol release date has been changed again. We recently sharing this news with all of you, told about the new release date which we told was 17th June, 2011 as told by some people from Bol’s management but they actually told us that it is still not confirmed though.

Hadiqa Kiyani (Pakistani pop singer)

Hadiqa Kiyani in Shoaib Mansoor’s film BOL

Who else could’ve persuaded her to grace the silver screen in Pakistan but the one and only Shoaib Mansoor ? If gossip-weavers are to be believed Hadiqa will be featuring in SM’s forthcoming film, Bol, singing her heart out at a concert. Technically it may not count as acting, but the pop star will be seen in the film nonetheless.