Junaid Jamshed is in the spotlight again and not for a good reason. After facing severe criticism over his recent sexist remark, the pop star-turned-televangelist released a clarification in the form of a video.
That, however, didn’t stop superstar Ali Zafar from grilling Junaid — and that too publicly. Giving Junaid some benefit of the . . . → Read More: Ali Zafar demands public clarification from Junaid
Noorena Shams could not believe the fact that it was her ‘real hero’ Ali Zafar who helped her out with sponsorship, so that she could take part in the Asian Squash Tournament.
Apparently, Ali Zafar is not only a versatile, talented artist of note but he also has a big heart and tends to help . . . → Read More: Well done Ali Zafar for helping Pakistani Squash player
News of the cancellation of scheduled concerts by Ali Zafar and classical singer Javed Bashir in India in the wake of cross-border tension has sparked fury online.
One commenter on The Express Tribune website called Pakistani artists who work in India “shameless” for wanting to perform across the border after being “humiliated”; another felt that . . . → Read More: Is Bollywood better off with Pakistani artists?
By Bhakti V
Recently, I read a blog on The Express Tribune entitled “Bollywood, please stop demonising Muslims” by Muhammad Mustaqeem Yousfani. Had the article written been about the mind-numbing inanity that Bollywood is prone to dishing out from time to time, I wouldn’t have batted an eyelid because, frankly, there is some truth . . . → Read More: How is Bollywood Islamophobic?
Two major Pakistani and Urdu feature films; Love mein Ghum and Bhai Log are slated to release this Eid-ul-Fitr, the success or failure of which will define the future of Pakistani Cinema called Lollywood.
Reema Khan’s second directorial film Love Mein Ghum, sponsored by LUX , is a romantic love story which also has some . . . → Read More: Pakistan Eid Blockbusters
At a time when the entertainment industry in Pakistan isn’t doing well, the music industry and musicians are the ones making fortunes. Be it Ali Zafar, Atif Aslam or Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, all are in high demand in India, as well as in Pakistan. The most recent to join the music industry is . . . → Read More: Music, music everywhere
After setting his mark in Bollywood, pop icon Ali Zafar has just got another feather in his cap with his upcoming album Jhoombeing mastered in world famous Abbey Road Studios, that rendered its services to legendary band, The Beatles in the 1960s. The quartet recorded 90 per cent of their creations at . . . → Read More: Ali Zafar’s new album “Jhoom” being mastered in world famous Abbey Road Studios
There is something about Lahore. There’s something in the streets of this city that is a secret. But just when you think you have it figured out, there is something missing again. We often try to figure it out, what is it about Lahore that keeps us so intrigued?
. . . → Read More: The Secret to Lahore…