In my memory, no film has been dragged this much by Indians themselves then Padmaavat (formerly named as Padmavati). It already deserves a standing ovation for being finally released despite the mob violence, buses being burnt and the threats of beheading Deepika. Although when you watch the movie, you've trouble understanding what
Disclaimer: I’m a foodie and I think food-based meetups are the best thing to happen to our society since sliced bread.
That said, Islamabad was rather late to the food fest party *grr* BUT BETTER LATE THAN NEVER AMIRITE? So you can imagine just how excited I was when I found
We all know that junk food is easily blamed for half of the myths circulating in our mind. The latest one was that when we burn Lays chips, it burns as if it is made of plastic. Is there any truth in it? There's a video going viral about it.
Parchi revolves around four friends Bash (Ali Rehman Khan), Bilal (Usman Mukhtar), Saqlain (Ahmed Ali Akbar) and Bhola (Shafqat Khan). They are a bunch of losers who are trying to make a living in a tough city. Just like the movies that we've seen million times, it's copied storyline is
The 60 Second International Film Festival is a youth-focused platform encouraging young filmmakers from the world over to step up and showcase a 60 second peek into their minds – a film of remarkable brevity but unparalleled insight – on any one of several categories. As a mission statement, 60SIFF
Funcity Giga Mall is a sprawling wonderland for children and adults alike, bursting to the seam with activities designed to entertain, thrill and excite young and old alike. Fun (and scary!) rides, arcades with more classic and modern games than you can name and a wonderfully helpful and kind team